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Visitor Centres - Edale

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Hope Valley
S33 7ZA

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Opening times


  • Open every day (except Tuesdays) until 5 November.
  • Open most weekends in November, except for Saturday 25 November and Sunday 26 November.
  • Open 27-31 December.


  • Open 12-14 January.
  • Open 3, 4, 10, 11 February.
  • Then opens every day from 17 February.

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Located in Edale, this flagship centre of the Moors for the Future Partnership provides a national focus for moorland research and an inspirational experience for visitors to the Peak District National Park.

The Moorland Centre's design reflect its upland setting. It has a living roof of sedum turf which acts as an eco-friendly insulator, and the building is fuelled by an energy saving ground-source heat pump.

Edale is at the start of the Pennine Way and our experienced team are here to help you make the most of your visit to this spectacular area.

How to get to the Moorland Centre

Visiting information

Access for visitors with disabilities
The centre is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities, disabled parking on site.


Toilets and car park (pay and display) at the bottom of the village operated by High Peak Borough Council
Regular train service on the Hope Valley Line to Sheffield & Manchester.

Information service

  • National Park information
  • Hill safety
  • Accommodation
  • Attractions
  • Public transport
  • Events

Retail area
Maps and guide books, gifts and clothing for the outdoors

Interactive exhibitions for all ages

The Moorland Centre is funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, East Midlands Development Agency, English Nature, National Trust, SITA Trust, Countryside Agency and the Moorland Association.

European Regional Development Fund. Project part-financed by the European Union

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