Attractions in and around Penistone
Although the big city attractions are within easy reach, there are plenty of local attractions and heritage sites.
Of course, the East Peak region is ideal for walkers and country lovers and the special walking section contains a variety of walks and landscapes to explore.
Some of the attractions are run by volunteers so please check before visiting that venues are open before turning up! As seen in recent years, bad weather can also affect opening times in the area.
How to use the map
Scroll down the table on the left of the map to see more attractions.
Hover over the placenames in the table to highlight the location on the map or click to reveal both location and info.
Click markers to reveal info & photo. Use "+" and "-" on the right to zoom in and out.
To change the format of the background map (road, satellite etc) scroll down to the bottom of the table click the
arrow next to "Base Map" and choose from the options.
To enter full screen mode, click the "broken square" icon at the right of the black title bar.
If you can't see the table (probably because you're using a mobile phone) click the fullscreen ("broken square") icon at
the top right of the black bar to visit the actual Google Map or use this link (opens in new window).
Unfortunately this map doesn't feature the Street View (a Google limitation).
Food and Drink
Staying in self-catering accommodation and too busy to cook? Find your nearest restaurant, takeway, café or pub here!
Click here to view the Food & Drink map.
There's plenty to see and do in the area. Here's a selection of attractions and things to do in the days leading up to the event.
Click here to view the attractions map.