Pavilion Gardens Octagon Hall
Pavilion Gardens, St. Johns Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6BE
Walk through the historical Pavilion Gardens, the building is over 150yrs old. Enter through the Conservatory and walk through to explore the
Octagon Hall and enjoy the splendour of this magnificent building!
AFTER A £3 MILLION REFURBISHMENT PROJECT WHICH WAS COMPLETED IN 2018, RETURNING THE VENUE TO ITS ORIGINAL VICTORIAN SPLENDOUR, THE OCTAGON HALL IS THE LARGEST AND GRANDEST VENUE WE HAVE TO OFFER.
Set amongst 23-acres of landscaped gardens, this beautiful Victorian concert hall, now known as the Octagon, was originally designed by the Buxton Architect, Robert Rippon Duke and was opened in 1875. Now, it’s a Grade ll listed building and one of the largest eight sided rooms in Europe.
Many different types of functions and events are held within the room throughout the year, taking advantage of the versatile nature of the Octagon. Functions typical to the Octagon include events and fairs, plays, concerts, charity events, car auctions, prom nights, award ceremonies and conferences.
The grandeur of the Octagon is difficult to appreciate until you experience it for yourself. We therefore highly recommend viewing this magnificent space.
You can enter through the Conservatory and walk through the building to the Octagon Hall. The hall will be open to the public for viewing on Monday 11th September.
Monday 11 September: 9:30 – 16:30
No booking required