Let us make your visit to the town and the surrounding area a memorable one by popping into the Ashbourne Historical Centre & Visitor Information Point Located in the Town Hall, formerly the Talbot Inn, which was visited by Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton when writing 'The Compleat Angler' in 1653. Here take a walk through the town's nostalgic past as seen through its main export, Royal Shrovetide Football.
We have changing exhibits showcasing our illustrious history, and stock a good selection of leaflets on Ashbourne and the surrounding area. Friendly local knowledge is always on tap by our trained staff.
We stock a good selection of FREE leaflets on Ashbourne and the surrounding area.
We no longer sell items, but if you are looking for Ordnance Survey Maps, then the Trespass shop on the Market Place stocks these.
For further information about the town of Ashbourne you can call or visit ashbournetowncouncil.gov.uk.
- Accessible by public transport
How To Find Us
Honest food using high quality local and seasonal produce.
Ashbourne bike hire centre is situated at the southern end of the Tissington Trail just outside Ashbourne town centre.
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