The historic spa town of Buxton is famous for its therapeutic waters, magnificent Georgian buildings, spectacular Peak District scenery and above all a warm welcome.

The town has attracted curious visitors since the 16th century when Mary Queen of Scots was interned in the residence of the Earl of Shrewsbury, Now the Old Hall hotel in Buxton.

Early travellers followed a route guide known as the' Wonders of the Peak' published in 1636 taking in the first wonder of Poole's Cavern along the way.

Follow in the footsteps of centuries of explorers, travellers, vagabonds and royalty on a group visit with our expert guides to journey deep underground and deep in to the past.

Combine your cavern visit with a walk to Grin low viewpoint, lunch at the cavern cafe or time to explore the town of Buxton Spa.