A wonderful place to spend your day off, the Pavilion Gardens in Buxton, Derbyshire, has so much to explore. The 23 acre garden land includes 5 rooms that could be hired for weddings or conferences. These buildings are all a grade II listed Victorian magnificence, and include The Pavilion Arts Centre, The Committee Room, The Octagon, The Octagon Lounge, and The Boardroom. It is well worth visiting and having a small tour of these venues even if you’re not coming over for an event!
The outside is just as breathtaking, where the gardens undertook a 7 year restoration project completed in 2004. Since then visitors are frequent and many, where around 1 million people set foot in the park every year. If you wonder north, across the river Wye, you will find Buxton Opera House which is a beautiful piece of Derbyshire culture. Just on the side of it is the conservatory that holds within its walls some exciting plants from all corners of the world. If you’re coming with the family, there are a few sites where the children can play as the parents relax on the green making it truly suitable for all ages.
Nestled in the beautiful town of Buxton that is surrounded by the Peak District National Park, getting to Pavilion Gardens will be an adventure for your eyes. There is a great amount of English forest and countryside to view along the way. A roads that lead to Buxton are the A6, A515, and A53. The park is just down the road from Buxton train station on the A53. You really can’t miss it! There is ample parking near Pavilion Gardens for day visitors.
Exploring the park will work up your appetite and it’s always a better idea to come prepared for these sorts of days out. Just a mere scroll away is a great selection of places to eat near Pavilion Gardens. Being in the middle of a park you may think that there aren’t many restaurants near Pavilion Gardens, however everything listed here is within a mere 15 mile radius. Have a look and book a table today for the best restaurants around Pavilion Gardens.
Did you know the Pavilion Arts Centre at the Pavilion Gardens has a state of the art technology, making it a very modern and competitive venue for exhibiting performances?