Bakewell Autumn Festival

The organisers of the Bakewell Food Festival and Bakewell Christmas Market bring you this new event for Bakewell, The Bakewell Autumn Festival

Bakewell Autumn Festival

Saturday 24th - Sunday 25th September 2022

venue: Bakewell town centre

Free entry

Over 100 stalls, there lots of opportunity to explore the exciting taste of different cultures or fill your soul with comforting favourites. Not forgetting to keep your eye out for lovingly made gifts, crafts and much more to treat yourself or someone special to you, there will be children's entertainment and lots more to explore.

Indulge yourself into a delicious world foods, drink and browse gorgeous gifts and plants at our Bakewell Autumn Festival, located at the heart of our historically stunning market town.

  • Rachels magical entertainment and her Disney characters.

  • Look out for Mirabel, Spiderman and Peter Rabbit during the day

  • Children's rides and face painting

  • Food and craft stalls

  • Scrumptious street food

  • James McKay and his owls of Harry Potter fame

  • Local DJ in the marquee

  • British legion motor bikes

  • Big Bubble Man (Saturday only)

  • Meet Captain Mansfield and Rita the dinosaur who will be walking round the town (Sunday only)

Watch this space for updates and sneak peeks into our event.

There are also other events happening in Bakewell over the weekend, so how about making a weekend of it.

farmers market

Bakewell farmers will be held in the Agricultural Centre on the Saturday from 8.30 to 1.30 with up to 70 stalls

craft & gift fair

Peak Fairs will be holding the Bakewell Craft and Gift Fair in the Brigade Hall and the Medway Centre on both days

craft & gift fair

Dales Fairs will be holding Craft and Gifts in the Bakewell Town Hall on both days 10am to 4.30pm

Sean Walsh

See Sean Walsh at the Bakewell Town Hall on 24th September at 8pm

Tickets: £15

more information and booking

The Old House museum is open on the Saturday 24th

Set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District, the Old House Museum is a Tudor dwelling. After nearly five hundred years of continuous use, the house was rescued from demolition in the 1950s. An award winning museum, it now plays host to a wide range of artefacts telling the story of the Peak District and beyond.