Taddington is a village in Derbyshire, England. It lies over 1100 feet above sea level, on the former A6 road between Buxton and Bakewell, in the Derbyshire Dales district. To the east, the A6 runs through Taddington Dale, while Taddington Moor lies to the west.
Taddington grew around farming and quarrying for limestone and lead. The village's main attractions are Five Wells chambered tomb topped by a cairn, and the fourteenth century church, with the remains of a seventh century Celtic cross in the churchyard. The two-metre high cross shaft is decorated with an unusual chevron-based pattern. It was at one time used to support a sink in the wall of a nearby public house. A further possible cross base lies in the churchyard.
Today, Taddington has two pubs, but no shop. There is an annual well dressing focussed on the "High Well", unusually lying above the village.