We are delighted to announce a more genteel way to travel.
The newly converted Wonder of the Peak leaves hourly from the Pavilion Gardensgates next to the Opera House and takes you on a journey to showcase the very best of the town.
See the richly decorated complex architecture of The Crescent, by John Carr (1780-86) and a dome bigger than St Paul's Cathedral
Discover more about Mary Queen of Scots and her visits to the town.
Breathe in the excitement of the Opera House; see the magnificence of the lower town spread below us as we climb to explore Higher Buxton, the market place and the beauty and simplicity of St Anne's church (1625).
Arrive at Pooles Cavern (optional) and alight to see how crystal stalactites have lined the chambers over millions of years, take the opportunity to stroll through beautiful woodland trails to Solomon's Temple or simply enjoy mouth watering delicacies in the cafe.
Then catch a later tram slowly returning to the modern day as we bring you back past Arts and Crafts houses to the beginning of your Victorian experience.
Journey back in time to experience a bygone age
aboard a "Victorian tram" and relax as our knowledgeable guides reveal the historic and architectural gems of the ancient spa town of Buxton.
Charles Cotton's The Wonders of the Peak was written in 1681 andwas probably the first successful guidebook to the Peak District. Two of Cotton's wonders were Pooles Cavern and St Anne's Well in Buxton; he had of course not travelled on the tram!
£5.00 per person
(maximum capacity 8 only - prebooking recommended)
NOW leaving every hour on the hour from Pavilion Gardens gate next to Opera House
Your tram ticket will entitle you to a 25% discountto Pooles Cavern.