Buxton is a small town in the East Midlands region. It is not that popular when it comes to international tourism. That is why not many people know just what this “small” town has to offer.
If you are planning to visit Buxton soon, here is your ultimate guide to really experience and immerse yourself to the brilliance of this town.
This particular cavern is only a couple of minutes away from the heart of Buxton. In here, you’ll see a lot of weird and unusual concretions and of course the poached eggs stalagmites with yolk-like pigments on the tips. You are sure to marvel at how the entire cave illuminates from artificial light.
There is so much history in this place mainly that it has been around for more than two million years. According to historians this limestone cave served as a shelter for people during the Bronze Age and Roman Period.
It is also said that this place was once visited by Mary Queen of Scots.
Truly an architecture treasure for all of England. The Chatsworth House served as the home of the Cavendish family, who established Buxton as a spa resort. This house is an integral part of the town as well as of UK.
It shelters some of the oldest art pieces including ones made by legendary Dutch painter Rembrandt.
The house has 30 rooms including a painted hall and a sculpture gallery. But the house is only one of the highlights of this place. Surrounding the property is a stretch of Greenland perfect for morning picnics. There is also a 105-acre garden you can explore.
If you really want to experience England’s country life, Goyt Valley is the perfect place to be. It is a combination of a riverbank, moorland, farmland, and forest. Truly a breath-taking experience for everyone. The best phrase to describe this place is scenic sublime.
You can trike the valley and locate all 18 signposted walks with something unique on each one. There are more ways to experience country life and tourism in England by the way. Subscribe to our online magazine for more.