Buxton has many attractions for the visitor. These include the Buxton Crescent Heritage Visitor Experience , Pooles Cavern, Go Ape – a high wire forest adventure course, Buxton Museum, the Discover Buxton Tram Tour and the Pavilion Gardens. You can also pamper yourself at Buxton’s Devonshire Spa. All are within easy walking distance of the Roseleigh.
Chatsworth House (© Visit England)
Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall
There are many places within easy reach of Buxton which are well worth a visit. While you can also arrange a Blue Badge Guide – Ellen Outram to provide you with an informative overview.
Sunrise over Edale, viewed from Mam Tor (© Phil Sproson)
Edale, Kinder & The Dark Peak offers a wide array of activities, Kinder Scout, the famous gritstone and peat moorland plateau area lies within easy reach.
For those with an interest in History, the famous henge of Arbor Low is only a few miles from Buxton, as is the Plague village of Eyam. Step back in time when visiting Caudwells Mill providing an insight into the history of the industrial revolution, likewise at Cromford Mills the home of Sir Richard Arkwright’s first mill complex, birthplace of the modern factory system and internationally recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Footbridge over the River Dove in Beresford Dale (© Phil Sproson)
Taking in the view (© Phil Sproson)
Outdoor Activities in the Peak District
The Peak District is a wonderful area for Walking, Cycling, (National Park Cycle Hire , Monsal Trail Cycle Hire ), Water Sports at Carsington , Horse Riding , Climbing, Caving and Helicopter Flights. Also for the more adventurous, Gliding and a Hang-Gliding / Para-Gliding School.
(© Phil Sproson)
Outdoor Activities in Buxton
Whilst spectator events include Buxton Raceway Thrills in the Hills.
We cater especially for people who plan outdoor activities, walking and cycling in particular. We have a library of local itineraries to suit all levels of fitness.
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