Buxton Museum & Art Gallery
In a handsome Victorian building, the town museum displays local historical bric-a-brac and curiosities from Castleton's Victorian-era...
Opposite the Crescent, a small park called the Slopes rises steeply in a series of grassy terraces. Climbing them provides the...
From the Pavilion Gardens, this vintage milk float takes you on a 12mph, hour-or-so circuit of the centre on its entertaining Wonder of...
Old Sun Inn
The cosiest of Buxton's pubs, with a warren of rooms full of original features, a dozen ales on tap, and a lively crowd that spans the...
On the lane leading down beside the Town Hall, this understated restaurant is the top choice among in-the-know Buxtonites. The chef...
cnr Market St & South Ave · interesting places nearby
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Don't be fooled by the low prices – this is serious cooking that just happens to be affordable too. Dishes such as coq au vin in garlic and red wine or sausage and root mash with smoked onion marmalade are expertly prepared and exquisitely presented. Live jazz swings in the bar on Sunday afternoons.