BUXTON PAVILION GARDENS
The Pavilion Gardens at Buxton holds a substantial number of fairs and events throughout the year, that cover a wide range of interests. Details currently available from the programme of events for 2010, are listed below. As events can be subject to change at short notice, it is advisable to telephone in advance (Tel. 01298 23114) to avoid disappointment.
Open every day of the year (except Christmas Day) the venue is very popular with visitors and local people alike.
The Pavilion Gardens events programme can be subject to change at short notice. Please telephone (Tel. 01298 23114) or check the website (www.paviliongardens.co.uk).
There is a 270 bay pay-display car park, situated on the corner of St John's Road and Burlington Road.
Coaches are allowed to drop their passengers off on the Promenade and there are currently four coach bays on Burlington Road. Further information available on request.
The bus and railway stations are situated nearby.
There are 15 disabled car parking bays on the lower level of the car park. The ground floor of the Pavilion is accessible to wheelchair users throughout. There is a disabled wheelchair lift from the foyer to the Paxton Suite. The Paxton Suite is on a split level, so wheelchair users will only be able to access the entrance level area. There are disabled toilets in the Pavilion, car park and kiosk. The car park and kiosk toilets are accessible by use of a Radar key.
Address - Pavilion Gardens, St Johns Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6XN
Telephone Number - 01298 23114
Fax - 01298 27622
Enquiries - email@example.com
Website - www.paviliongardens.co.uk
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PLACES OF SPECIAL INTEREST IN THE AREA
Poole’s Cavern: (Tel. 01298 26978) guided tours are provided of the limestone cavern, famous for its stalactites and stalagmites.
Ancient remains show the Romans worshipped here. Large car park, toilets, shop and drinks facilities available. Click here for more details.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery: (Tel. 01298 24658) award winning ‘Wonders of the Peak’ gallery. Programme of temporary exhibitions and displays. Well stocked shop. Open all year Tuesday to Saturday and Bank Holidays. On Sundays, the museum is open from Easter to the end of September.
Buxton Opera House: (Tel. 0845 12 72190) designed by Frank Matcham in grand Edwardian style, was completed in 1905. Following a period when it had fallen into disuse, it was lovingly restored in 1979, and re-opened as an opera house. In the same year the Buxton International Festival of Music and Arts was born, which has developed into one of this country’s largest opera-based festivals.
Fountain Restaurant (Tel. 01298 23114) is fully licensed and can seat up to 200 people in a room that overlooks the promenade and gardens. During lunchtime al a carte menu is served to suit all tastes and budgets.
Gardens Coffee Lounge (Tel. 01298 23114) open every weekend of the year and on weekdays during the summer, half term-holidays and busy event days. Situated above the restaurant, it provides an elevated view of the gardens.
Promenade Cafe (Tel. 01298 23114) a spacious modern cafe, open on a daily basis, serving a wide range of sandwiches, jacket potatoes and salads. There are 130 seats and customers in wheelchairs or with prams will find it accessible and convenient.
PAVILION FOOD AND GIFT SHOP
The shop was established to make the best local products to visitors. Currently there are over 30 local suppliers across a range of products including cheese, candles, chocolate, jams, sauces, pottery and cards.
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BUXTON PAVILION GARDENS
The Pavilion Gardens is a Grade II listed park covering 23 acres of landscaped gardens in the centre of Buxton. Edward Milner designed and laid out the park, on land given to the town in the 1870s. Recently the gardens have been restored, with the help of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A town with fine parks and grand old buildings. The main reason why Buxton has grown to its present size is due to the thermal springs it stands on, from where the water rises at a constant temperature of 82 F (28 C).
From Buxton Country Park the walk soon climbs up to the moors and as Stanley Moor is approached there are good views over Axe Edge and from the best vantage points at the top of the climb Kinder Scout can be seen in the distance. Grin Low and Solomon's Temple are visited on thisinteresting walk.
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