Visit Buxton Museum and Art Gallery to discover the geology, archaeology and history of the Peak District. Find out more in our collections.
Please note that Buxton Museum and Art Gallery closes for redevelopment on 5 September 2016. During this time we will be building the new galleries and improving access around the museum.
Look out for our opening dates in the spring of 2017 - hopefully in May.
Keep up with progress by following us on Facebook (opens in a new window), Twitter (opens in a new window) and through our two blogs Buxton Museum and Art Gallery (opens in a new window) and Collections in the landscape (opens in a new window).
Museum staff will be available by letter, email and telephone to answer enquiries. We will also be out and about so look out for the Pop Up Museum at venues near you.
Our thanks to all our supporters who are making this happen: Heritage Lottery Fund; The Wolfson Foundation; Arts Council England; and Museum Development East Midlands.
You can also join our mailing list to find out more.
- Monday: closed (except summer bank holidays)
- Tuesday to Friday: between 9.30am and 5.30pm
- Saturday: between 9.30am and 5pm
- Sundays and bank holidays from Easter to Sunday 4 September 2016: between 10.30am and 5pm.
Visit our shop
We stock colourful minerals, fascinating fossils and gift items made from decorative stones as well as local history and special interest books.
tel: 01629 533540
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery
Finding us by bus or train
Alight at Market Place and walk approximately 300 metres towards the town centre. The museum is on the right hand side.
There are frequent trains to Buxton from Stockport. The museum is about seven minutes' walk from the train station, following signs for the Market Place and museum.
Information on other websites
- Buxton Museum and Art Gallery Facebook page (opens in a new window)
- Buxton Museum and Art Gallery Twitter page (opens in a new window)
- Buxton Museum and Art Gallery Blog (opens in a new window)
- Buxton Museum and Art Gallery Flickr page (opens in a new window)