Take a cultural journey across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire

Her Grace Land by Linder, Chatsworth, courtesy of Chatsworth House Trust

Proving that there are plenty of great cultural venues north of the M25, the Grand Tour returns to showcase the diverse richness of art, architecture and landscape to be found in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. A series of landmark exhibitions currently on show at four venues across the region celebrates both the artistic process and the impact of industrial creation. Highlights include a series of interventions created by British artist Linder Sterling during her residency at the Chatsworth estate, which coincides with a major exhibition of her work at Nottingham Contemporary. The Harley Gallery presents artist Clare Twomey’s lithophane portraits of people who live and work on the Welbeck Estate where the gallery is based, while an exhibition at the Derby Museum and Art Gallery looks back at the region’s industrial past. A fringe programme of exhibitions, events, workshops, installations and culinary experiences ensures there is lots to visit while touring this scenic part of England.

The Grand Tour runs until 17 June 2018.