Buxton

Buxton Walk

This is a walk that starts and finishes in the Buxton Pavilion Gardens. It goes to Solomon’s Tower (on Grin Low) where there are spectacular views, then via the wooded Country Park to Poole’s Cavern, then returns via a walk along the River Wye. It passes a number of magnificent Victorian and Georgian buildings in …

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Information on Buxton

Buxton, located 6 miles (15 mins) from Six Litton Mill, is a thermal spa town nestled in the centre of the beautiful Peak District and the UK’s oldest National Park. With its stunning ornamental gardens and world-famous Georgian and Victorian architecture, which provide an impressive backdrop to a rich and vibrant range of music, theatre …

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Cycling To Buxton

The Monsal Trail is a great cycling experience. It is well surfaced and has easy gradients. The Monsal Trail runs from Bakewell to just near Buxton and there are cycle hire locations on the Trail at Hassop Station – http://www.monsaltrail.co.uk/Blackwell – http://www.peakblackwellcyclehire.com/ The Monsal Trail also takes you to a lot of locations with good …

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Pavilion Gardens

Located in the centre of Buxton, the 23-acre Pavilion Gardens show off the Victorian splendour of Buxton. The Gardens are surrounded by the Buxton Opera House and other architecturally interesting buildings like the Dome and the Crescent. In the centre of the gardens is the Octogan Concert Hall, Winter Conservatory, and Gallery. Further details at …

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