Spring In Buxton – Peak District, England

On their travels around the world Grey World Nomads stopped by in Buxton to explore the Peak District. Unexpectedly the town itself astonished with it’s beautiful Pavilion Park and ancient buildings. This slide-show gives you some teasers.

Spring in Buxton, Peak District, England. Photographs of a beautiful, old town in the middle of the English countryside.

In June we stayed in Buxton, heart of the Peak District and enjoyed some leisurely days. A laid back town, peaceful town, with more important days as a spa-town in the past, embracing the future with investments in flowering parks and renovations of ancient buildings. Plenty of small authentic shops line up in and around the car free center and quaint cafés and restaurants offer all kind of local specialties.

Have you been in the Peak District before?

Spring In The Peak District In England

Spring In The Peak District In England

Spring In The Peak District In England

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Author: Marcelle Simone Heller

I’m searching for natural beauty and wilderness, while I’m travelling relentlessly to find delightful places and encounters with wildlife. I try to capture the thrill of the moments in photography and words, hoping to inspire others with the love for animals and nature.

22 thoughts on “Spring In Buxton – Peak District, England”

  1. Wow! You guys got to visit some amazing places. i do not know a lot about England so it is fun and inspiring to learn more about it. Didn’t know there was a town named Buxton. I know a family with that last name ;0)

  2. I loved the expanse of white flowers and the squirrel and ducks. Thanks for putting the slide show together and joining in BTS.

  3. I haven’t spent time in Buxton but I had a great weekend exploring the Peak District close by. A beautiful part of the world with its rolling hills and remoteness. #citytripping

    1. It’s surprising how remote some places in England still are. We loved Buxton and the Peak District a lot. If the weather is good there are plenty of hikes to enjoy.

  4. I grew up not too far from Buxton but it’s a long time since I was last there. I always remember it being very pretty – and beautiful moorland scenery to get there. Thanks for linking up with #citytripping

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