A magnificent building in the heart of Buxton, a stunning venue for your wedding. Set in the stunning peak district national park and surrounded by breath taking scenery it is a perfect location for wedding photography.
Buxton is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the peak district famed for its natural spring water and Georgian architecture . The town was founded by the Romans who called it Aquae Arnemetiae. It was the 5th Duke of Devonshire who put Buxton on the map with development in 1780s the centrepiece being the Georgian Crescent soon to be a 5*hotel. Visitors to Buxton can fill their own bottles from the permanent flow at St Annes well in front of the Crescent.
The towns magnificent architecture also includes The pavilion gardens , 23 acres of award winning ornamental gardens . There is a historic winter gardens linking to the opera house with the main complex.
The Devonshire Dome was built in 1779 by John Carr of York for the 5th Duke of Devonshire and provided facilities for up to 120 horses and accommodation for secants and ostlers of those staying in the crescent. The Devonshire Dome is now the campus of the university of Derby in Buxton and Buxton college.
Measuring over 150 feet in diameter the Dome is bigger than St pauls cathedral in london and is the largest unsupported dome in europe. The grade II listed building is open to visitors as well as students. The dome houses a fine dining restaurant cafe modern hair and beauty salons and a wonderful commercial spa. Corporate events and wedding fairs are regularly held in the Dome.
With plenty to do and attractions to see your wedding guests will have an enjoyable stay. With breath taking scenery and beautiful architecture you won’t fail to have stunning wedding photography at Buxton.
We are located within 5 mins from the Peak District National Park, Buxton Peak District Wedding Photographer.