Buxton's flamboyant, turreted Victorian Opera House is the town's most famous building. It hosts an impressive variety of stage shows
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...
St Ann's Well
Modern-day health tourists queue up to fill plastic bottles from a small spout known as St Ann's Well.
Buxton's gorgeously restored Opera House hosts a full program of drama, dance, concerts and comedy. It's the focal point for festivities...
Set in a renovated wing of the Pavilion, these tearooms conjure up images of jazz-fuelled tea-dances sometime between the wars.
Pavilion Gardens information
Adjoining Buxton's opulent Opera House is the equally flamboyant Pavilion Gardens, dotted with domed pavilions. The main building contains a tropical greenhouse, a nostalgic cafe and the tourist office.