Buxton Museum and Art Gallery (Derbyshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Terrace Road / Buxton / Derbyshire / SK17 6DA
Newest Review: ... houses a large number of permanent displays plus a range of temporary exhibitions. Walking into the building through the entrance there is a large reception positioned in the middle of the foyer. This reception also doubles up as a small gift shop. Directly in front of here there is a small room, which has computer stations. These were all occupied when I last visited as this is probably ... more
Customer Buxton Museum and Art Gallery (Derbyshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/06/08 (Very useful, 156 readings)
Buxton is a beautiful little picturesque town situated right on the fringe of the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. It is place that is both picturesque and historic and is well worth a visit. Any visitor to the town wanting to know a little more about this old Roman spa town should set an hour or so of their day aside and pay a visit to the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery. Admission to this building is completely free, something of a bit of a rarity these days. I have visited here a few times and I have always been very impressed. The Building that houses this museum has an interesting history of its own. It was built in 1880 and ... Read the complete review
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