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Buxton Visitor Centre

Monday to Saturday: 
10.00am to 4.30pm
Sunday:
 10:00 to 3.30pm

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Buxton Crescent Visitor Experience

Monday – Sunday 
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Help Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust preserve and celebrate the heritage and future of the Crescent.

You are warmly invited

To visit the elegant Victorian Pump Room, dedicated to Arnemetia The Goddess of the Grove to take the thermal mineral waters and experience a trip into the past to find out more about this magnificent space and its history. Rising from 5,000 feet below ground the water is at a constant 27.5 degrees and has been enjoyed since Roman times. Visitors to the town, who would have 'taken the waters' include Mary Queen of Scots, Georgian aristocracy, eminent Victorians such as Darwin and the Wedgwood family. Then in later years by Vera Brittain and more recently by the many visitors to and performers at the Opera House and Buxton's renowned festivals.

The Pump Room Events

Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust presents a programme of evening events featuring talks, music, cultural, artistic, family and educational events. Coming soon.

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Become a Friend of Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust or join the team of volunteers or support the project through a range of sponsorship and donation opportunities.

Latest News

Pump Room Available!

Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust offers a free venue to local community groups Does your community group need a venue? Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust are excited to announce that, with the support of the Bingham Trust, we can now offer a

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Regency Masked Ball

Buxton’s first Regency Ball in 200 years – coming to the Crescent this September (The Gorgeous Georgians are coming to Buxton) The recently renovated Buxton Crescent, one of the finest Georgian buildings in the country, built by the 5th Duke

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A Buxton Alphabet Competition – Celebrate your best bit of Buxton with a poem and a picture

A is for Arnemtiae, B is for Buxton FC, C is for Crescent, D is for?*

Finding out about the Manchester Alphabets got us thinking; what would a Buxton Alphabet look like? What would the people of Buxton include in a Buxton Alphabet created in 2022?
Our team in the Buxton Visitor Centre and Buxton Visitor Experience share top tips about Buxton everyday. We are always looking for ways to raise awareness of different places in the town that people can visit and enjoy; which is why we are launching this competition – to connect and celebrate the unique things about Buxton.
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"Buxton's thermal mineral water has inspired people for over 2,000 years. It was the Romans who first discovered the warm spring."
Duke of Devonshire
Patron - Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust

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Support The Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust with membership by becoming a Friend.

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Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust are very grateful to our members, sponsors and partners.

Volunteer

The time, support and passion of our volunteers is greatly valued by the Heritage Trust.

Hire

Hire our stunning Pump Room from Spring 2019 or the Crescent's Assembly Room from Spring 2020.

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