There was a lot more here than I was expecting. First treat is the building itself, and its Nouveau stained glass. Add to this a comprehensive 'Buxton through the ages' exhibition, a remarkable collection of local inlay work (Ashford black marbe), an eccentric Victorian collection of 'wonders' including a very comprehensive number of key and locks (and a Houdini connection) and a fine collection of local fossils and minerals and you've got an excellent local museum with a coherent story to tell.
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