Buxton’s first Family Festival has the answer with what to do with the children this summer!
Enjoying real quality time with your family is what summer should be all about and Buxton is delighted to offer you this 17 day programme, jam packed with events and activities showcasing the very best of what Buxton has to offer.
Whether it’s a day visit, short break or longer stay, Buxton can be your holiday park for the duration of your trip where you will be able to easily access and experience the many family-friendly venues that have all helped to put this exciting itinerary together.
In the heart of the Peak District, Buxton also has many wonderful places to stay, eat, drink, relax and see, so there’s no shortage of things to do between your activities.
Book your activites direct with the venues which can be found in this brochure Family Fest_Prog_LO
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Journey back in time to experience a bygone age aboard a “Victorian tram”, and relax as your knowledgeable guide reveals the historic and architectural gems of the ancient spa town of Buxton, Derbyshire
We are delighted to offer our guests a unique historical tour of Buxton aboard the Wonder of the Peak tram.
Your tour guide will meet you in the hotel, a place of hospitality for over a thousand years, to unlock some of the secrets of this famous place and then guests are invited to ride the tram to learn more about the fascinating inland resort of Buxton.
Every Saturday the tour lasts approximately an hour commencing 5.45pm and costs £10 per person.
The tram can only carry 8 people and demand is high so please express your interest at reception.
“I think I know Buxton as well as any tourist would, but almost all of what I heard was new to me, and I came away with a proper understanding of the history that’s shaped this unique and idiosyncratic town. It’s an utterly charming experience too.”
Richard Stamp Fringe review.
We are very proud to be sponsoring the Match Ball for the Celebrity Cricket Match on the 2nd June in aid of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance, held at Buxton Cricket Ground on the 2nd June 2013. This is on the anniversary of a professional match in 1975 which got called off due to snow!