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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in Cheshire
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THE fascinating history of one of Cheshire's most attractive and historic towns is brought to life by Nantwich Museum, founded in 1980. (The building was formerly Nantwich Public Library which stood on the site of a gaol.)
Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure
Go Ape's most spread out course. With amazingly long zip wires and stunning views of Lake Linmere.
Trafford House Bed & Breakfast
Trafford House Farm bed & breakfast is located in Alderley Edge Cheshire England. Only ten minutes from Manchester Airport. Makes this the perfect resting place before setting off on your flight or when returning home.
CHESTER ZOO is the UK’s number one zoo, with over 7000 animals and 400 different species, including some of the most endangered species on the planet. With more than one million visitors every year, the Zoo is an all-year round favourite attraction for kids of all ages!
Gullivers Theme Park
Fun for all the Family; Please visit our website.
Situated by Warrington in Cheshire
Historic Houses Association
Over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.
Check website for current opening hours and tariff.
National Trust Places to Visit
Check out the website for National Trust places to visit in the area.
Beeson Castle in Tarporley, Cheshire is also known as the the formidable ‘Castle of the Rock’. Climb to the top of this impressive crag with incredible views over eight counties, from the Pennines to the Welsh mountains. Legend has it that Beeston still guards King Richard II’s lost treasure – maybe your family can find it? An exciting exhibition details the secrets of 4,000 years of Beeston Castle’s history, from Bronze Age settlement to Iron Age hill fort, the Castle itself was begun in 1225
2,000 acres of landscaped deer park, woodland, meres and farmland make up the Tatton estate of which 1,000 acres are open to the public for exploring by bike, on foot or on horseback. The appearance of the parkland today owes much to the ideas of the landscape architect Humphrey Repton (1752-1818) though there is evidence of habitation here during the Bronze Age.
Force 10 Cheshire
Force 10 Cheshire is the number one paintball venue in the Cheshire area for groups big and small. We cater for paintballers from the age of 11 and upwards
Information about Cheshire
Some information about Cheshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Campsites and Attractions in Cheshire
Cheshire is a mostly rural county in the North West of England, which shares its borders with Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Flintshire and Wrexham, thus it is one of the Welsh Marches. Cheshire is well noted for its plethora of dairy farms, especially its production of cheese. It is thought that the phrase “Grinning like a Cheshire cat” comes from the abundance of Cheshire’s dairy farms and the love that cats have for milk and cream.
The city of Chester is the county town of Cheshire and has a wide range of attractions for the family, including Chester Zoo; Blue Planet Aquarium; Chester Cathedral; Grosvenor Museum; Grosvenor Park Miniature Railway; boat trips with Mill Hotel Cruises and it’s even home to the largest stone-built Roman Amphitheatre in Britain! There is also an adventure forest school called “i-Survive”, which offers outdoor survival lessons, adventure trails and low rope areas, helping individuals to develop important life skills. There are a huge variety of shops and market stalls as well as plenty of beautiful parks to wander around.
If you wish to be at one with nature in Cheshire, there are excellent walking routes throughout Cheshire, beautiful country parks to relax in, canoeing trails along the River Dee and the River Weaver, nearly 300km of bridleways and byways for horse riding, and ideal cycling routes across this not-too-flat-not-too-hilly county.
Perfect for children (and grown-ups too!), Gulliver’s World Resort in Warrington is an excellent value for money theme park ideal for families with children aged 2-13. There are over 90 rides, attractions and shows at the park, as well as an indoor water play area called “Splashzone”, perfect for rainy days!
Other things to do in Cheshire include visiting the Robinsons Brewery Visitor Centre (opening end of March 2013) in Stockport; find answers to the wonders of the Universe at Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre in Macclesfield; witness stunning views of Cheshire at Beeston Castle in Tarporley; visit the award winning Ness Botanic Garden in Neston; or if you love fishing, visit Coole Acres Fishery and Fish Hatchery in Nantwich.
by Nina Blanchard