AboutLocated in the 17th century Old Market Hall in the centre of town, Bakewell Visitor Centre is fully accessible. The experienced staff provide a comprehensive information service for the National Park, offering advice on local events, public transport and how to make the most of your visit to the area. The retail area displays a wide range of locally produced arts and crafts. Gifts, souvenirs and local maps are also available as well a large selection of literature to appeal to walkers, cyclists and enthusiasts of the Peak District National Park. We are also able to book accommodation anywhere in the country or reserve you theatre tickets for Buxton Opera House and a variety of other local events.
The centre has a photography gallery located upstairs on the mezzanine floor (floor -lift provided). The Peak District Photography Gallery has been created to highlight the special qualities of the National Park whilst supporting local professional landscape and wildlife photographers in the display and sale of their work. The gallery, located upstairs on the mezzanine floor presents a visual celebration of the Peak District National Park.
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Peak District Photography Gallery - www.peakgallery.co.uk
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Shop - Gift
Gifts, souvenirs and local maps are available as well a large selection of literature to appeal to walkers, cyclists and enthusiasts of the Peak District National Park.
- Dogs accepted
- Gift shop
- Smoking not allowed
- Children welcome
- Parking with charge
- Disabled access
Map & Directions
On the A6 midway between Buxton to the north and Matlock to the south.
Accessible by Public Transport.