The Roundhouse at Derby is a British Heritage gem; it is the world’s first and oldest surviving railway roundhouse. It was originally developed in 1839 by four rival rail companies. In 2008, the Grade II* Listed building and other associated buildings on the site were restored, and have since become a hub of incredible events and a must-visit place.

Derby Train Station could not be closer and offers a very short walk across the road to the main entrance of the event.  The venue offers 3 large parking areas for the event, but we do recommend travelling by train as the car parks can become busy.

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