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Derbyshire, the Peak District & Poole’s Cavern Small-Group Tour from Manchester
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Derbyshire, the Peak District & Poole’s Cavern Small-Group Tour from Manchester

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This region encapsulates everything everybody loves about England.<br><br>There are rolling hills so green that you wonder whether there’s something unusual in the soil, there are rural towns with more quaint cottages than you can count, and caves with tales of kings, queens, and treachery.<br><br>On this tour, you explore the most fascinating spots in the area of Derbyshire.<br><br>You see the gently towering hillocks of the Peak District, experience the traditional streets and treats of Bakewell village, and journey into the natural wonder of Poole’s Cavern.<br><br>Join this tour and experience England in miniature.
US$54.95 per adult
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Micky270566 wrote a review Nov 2020
Macclesfield, United Kingdom504 contributions232 helpful votes
An old act of parliament deemed a natural supply of spring water should be supplied free to all the residents of Buxton. 500 years later its still here and still ever so popular for visitors from afar.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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SevenoaksSinjun wrote a review Oct 2020
Sevenoaks, United Kingdom1,531 contributions586 helpful votes
This is an attractive stone font, easy to find just by The Crescent and bath houses in Buxton. The spring water flowing continually from the well head has passed through the underlying rock for thousands of years, and comes out at a constant 27 degrees centigrade. It tastes great and it's free. People regularly turn up and fill containers with the spring water, and so did we...!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SheffieldPip wrote a review Oct 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom1,020 contributions450 helpful votes
We visit Buxton almost weekly and hadn't realised until seeing someone park nearby and fill two large milk cartons from the well, that anyone could actually do this. Will be taking my own containers next time!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Oostende42 wrote a review Sep 2020
Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom261 contributions131 helpful votes
Free sort flowing water filtered for thousands of years through the limestone hills and noted for its health benefits. Take your own containers for this free water from the well that never dries up.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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BonnieRed850 wrote a review Aug 2020
Huntingdon, United Kingdom445 contributions178 helpful votes
Water is what tourists like me know Buxton for so it was lovely to find this monument in the town. It would have been good if there was something explaining the history behind the well but it was still a great find.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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