What's On

  • Two Floors of Interactive Exhibits  
    Hat Works Museum 

    The UK's only museum dedicated to the hatting industry, hats and headwear ....

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  • Your perfect day out in Cheshire 
    Tatton Park Gardens 

    Visit one of Cheshire's largest Visitors with over 100 events per year ....

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  • Telling the Story of Mid Cheshire 
    Weaver Hall Museum 

    Housed within the old Northwich Union Workhouse building, full of displays, tales and history of Mid Cheshire ....

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  • Unfolding History 
    Nantwich Museum 

    The fascinating history of one of Cheshire’s most attractive and historic towns is brought to life at Nantwich Museum ....

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  • Set in Beautiful Parkland  
    Castle Park Arts Centre 

    Visit the historic town of Frodsham and enjoy three galleries, craft units, coffee shop ....

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A Perfect Place to Visit

Buxton is surrounded by hedgerows, streams, cliffs, outcrops and natural heritage literally teeming with birds and wildlife.  From upland oak woodland and moorland to dipper, flowers, insects and ground nesting birds.  Bluebells to wood warbler, pied flycatcher, wildflowers and butterflies, the area has it all!

Once a magnificent 18th Century stable block, it is now the new campus of the University of Derby in Buxton. The Slate Dome was errected in 1882 for the Royal Devonshire Hospital and is over 150ft in diameter, bigger than St Paul's Cathedral.  The vast central space beneath the dome is home to cafés, shops, restaurants and study spaces. Pop in for a coffee and watch the gentle swing of the Foucault pendulum hanging from the centre of the dome.

Buxton Opera House was restored to its former glory in 2001 and is one of Britain’s leading provincial theatres.  It has around 450 performances each year including dance, comedy, children’s shows, drama, music, pantomime, opera and even shows on ice!  As well as a lively Fringe Theatre, the Opera House is also home to the prestigious Buxton Festival and The International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival and The Four Four Time Festival of Live Music.

The great carboniferous limestone Poole's Cavern is one of the finest show caves in England and boasts many wondrous formations, sculptured over millions of years. Mary, Queen of Scots was said to have visited and people have coming ever since.

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