Pavilion Gardens (Buxton) Reviews
Description:Address: St. John's Road / Buxton / Derbyshire / SK17 6XN / Telephone: 01298 23114 / Tranquil gardens surround the ... more
Newest Review: ... them to their former Victorian glory! The park and conservatory is free to visit, so even if you only have 15 minutes to spare then it is worth a visit! There is a beautiful lake in the centre of the gardens and a river running through them. The flower beds are amazing, colourful and beautiful. However, when we visited it was raining so we didn't loiter too long in the gardens and chose ... more
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by - written on 18/05/09 (Useful, 181 readings)
In the centre of Buxton you might stumble upon the pavilion gardens - you can find them near the opera house.... they are a beautiful spot in the centre of Buxton - an area of peace and tranquillity. I don't know much about the history of the gardens but I do know that they were restored in 1997 - the purpose of the restoration was to return them to their former Victorian glory! The park and conservatory is free to visit, so even if you only have 15 minutes to spare then it is worth a visit! There is a beautiful lake in the centre of the gardens and a river running through them. The flower beds are amazing, colourful and beautiful. However, when we visited it ... Read the complete review
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