Facts and narratives that include objects and other features discovered in the ground!
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The Themes are a great way to dive into the Wonders of the Peak collection and to understand how it is organised.
Local and social history content
In addition to the two examples above, there are 10 more Themes to explore.
You might find that some of the Themes have corresponding spaces within the Museum where you can see a selection of related objects in one place.
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Find Wonders in the wild
Use the Pocket Wonders mobile app to track down Wonders outdoors in Buxton and the Peak District. Your phone or tablet will help you uncover something new each time you step outside.
Personalise your day out
Pick the Wonders that grab your interest as you browse the website, then send your personalised route to the Pocket Wonders mobile app or print yourself off a paper guide.
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Schools of the Peak - Museum Challenge
Use this challenge to upload and share your school's work; from stories and articles, to photography and artwork.
Buxton Museum & Art Gallery
The Wonders out in the landscape are linked to the Wonders of the Peak exhibits in Buxton Museum & Art Gallery. The Museum is a great place to start your trip to the Peak District.
Bret Gaunt reveals another curiosity from Buxton Museum and Art Gallery: Cats have played an important role in the everyday life of humans: as companions and for hunting vermin, as well as being both revered as gods, and reviled as demons. One of the most recent acquisitions at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery is the […]
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