Latest in Buxton

For centuries, visitors have been drawn to Buxton and its many landmarks like the Opera House, the Crescent and the imposing Devonshire Dome. Being a thousand feet above sea level, another notorious feature of Buxton is its micro-climate. The town actually has its own weather website and daily forecast!...
If you’re heading to the Derbyshire Peak District on your staycation this September, here’s seven reasons why the Heights of Abraham is a must-see attraction. 1. Travel on Britain's first alpine style cable car system A rare mode of transport in Britain, the iconic cable cars were installed in 1984. Travel...
Buxton Buzz Comedy Club
Monthly comedy night with stand-up from some new and not-so-new faces on the comedy club circuit | £9 in advance, £12 on the door
Celia Harwood
Few books are as satisfying as a crime fiction novel set in a location familiar to you. This series of novels transports you back a hundred years to Buxton in the 1920s, a town of Edwardian grandeur, adjusting to the restrictions and changes brought by the First World War,...
Buxton Museum workshop
Back in February 2020, Buxton Museum and Art Gallery launched their new paid workshop programme which was proved to be a roaring success with most of the upcoming spring and summer workshops selling out. Subsequently the pandemic quickly took hold and the majority of the sessions had to be...
Art Workshops
Professional photographer Tim Frost is well-known for his portrait work and wedding photography but opening a new studio in Terrace Road in Buxton reveals other talents that he is eager to share. Terrace Road takes you from the well-beaten tourist trail of Lower Buxton to the vibrant independent shops and...