St Peter's Quarter can be found between the Cathedral Quarter and Intu Derby shopping centre.
St Peter’s Quarter and the surrounding shopping areas including East Street, Albion Street, Exchange Street, The Lanes and The Spot are largely pedestrianised and boast an array of popular High Street shops plus an eclectic collection of niche, family-owned businesses.
Markets have been at the heart of Derby’s retail scene for more than 700 years and the iconic Eagle Market in the Intu Centre is a traditional market offering expert knowledge, friendly customer service and excellent value for money.
St Peters Quarter is easily accessed from the Bus Station and is close by to the Genting Club, Holiday Inn and Premier Inn hotels. St Peters Cross and the newly redeveloped Spot can be accessed from St Peters Quarter. Both offer a busy programme of street entertainment and events. The Spot is home to a large circular sculpture which pays homage to Derby's industries including the jet engines at Rolls-Royce and the cogs in clocks at Smith of Derby. A low wall - created by Smith of Derby – features key events in Derby's history including the first car leaving Toyota in 1992, Derby County winning the FA cup in 1946, Rolls-Royce opening a factory in 1907 and the opening of Derby Arena just last year.
The area boats many cafés and coffee houses and traditional pubs. Derby Theatre can be found in the Intu Centre- one of the region’s best known venues.
Car parking is available throughout the area which is also close to the bus station and well serviced by taxi ranks.