St Ann's Well
Modern-day health tourists queue up to fill plastic bottles from a small spout known as St Ann's Well.
At the base of the Slopes is the Pump Room, which dispensed Buxton's spring water for nearly a century. Modern-day health-tourists queue...
The various Buxton Baths buildings are fronted by a grand, curving facade, known as the Crescent, inspired by the Royal Crescent in Bath.
Moroccan tables, hanging lanterns and deep-violet walls create a casbah vibe at this sultry cafe and bar, which hosts regular live music.
A contemporary alternative to the Pavilion Gardens' old-fashioned tearooms, this funky little cafe brews Illy coffee, whips up gourmet...
Opposite the Crescent, a small park called the Slopes rises steeply in a series of grassy terraces. Climbing them provides the definitive view over Buxton's Victorian rooftops.