The Grade II listed Pump Room, now Buxton Visitor Centre, has a varied and interesting history, serving the town in a variety of ways over the years. The building was initially used for a place to ‘take the waters’ in
Buxton Visitor Centre
Sunday, 10.30am – 4pm
Buxton Crescent Visitor Experience
Reopened on 17th May 2021.
Plan Your Visit
You are warmly invited
Thanks to Nestlé Waters UK, up to 3,000 local Buxton residents will be able to visit the new Buxton Crescent Visitor Experience (BCVE) for free this spring/summer. In a ticket giveaway exclusively for the local community, residents will get the
Young film maker Aidan Rhode helps put The Buxton Crescent Visitor Experience in the frame for reopening
You might think that a teenagers life is made up of studying, playing video games and hanging out with friends – but not for one young local filmmaker. At just 18, Aidan Rhode from Buxton is carving out quite a
The Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust welcomes funding boost from second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund
The Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust has received a grant of £36,900 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund. The vital funding will help the trust recover and reopen in this next period of the Covid-19 pandemic, at a hugely challenging time for the cultural sector. … Read More
As National Apprenticeship Week is underway (8th – 14th February), we’re putting the spotlight on our very own apprentice Alfie Tomkinson. So, how has he found things so far? We #askanapprentice to find out… … Read More
Culpeper’s Complete Herbal might not be the first historic book you’d associate with Buxton Crescent.
It has found its way onto our reading list this week, as we continue to plan new learning activities based on the history of medicine, healing, and wellness in Buxton. … Read More