Cheshire Tourist Attractions Series: Popular cities in Cheshire

As home to some of the country’s most impressive historical houses, Cheshire is a tourist destination par excellence. Replete with history, greenery and a range of activities to keep the whole family entertained, Cheshire is fast becoming one of the country’s leading tourist destinations. In the Cheshire Tourist Attractions Series, we’ll be taking a closer look at what makes the county so enticing to travellers. In this post, we look at what are considered among the best tourist attractions, ordered by city.

Chester

  • Chester Cathedral
  • Chester Zoo
  • Walls of Chester
  • Chester Cathedral Falconry and Nature Gardens
  • Chester Rows

Warrington

  • Walton Hall and Gardens
  • Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden
  • Warrington Museum and Art Gallery
  • Wild Wings Birds of Prey Centre
  • Gulliver’s World

Ellesmere Port

  • Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
  • National Waterways Museum
  • Hooton Park Trust
  • Action Transport Theatre
  • Rivacre Valley Nature Reserve

Northwich

  • Lion Salt Works
  • Arley Hall and Gardens
  • Delamere Forest
  • Marbury Country Park
  • Abbeywood Gardens

Crewe

  • Crewe Lyceum Theatre
  • Crewe Heritage Centre
  • Queens Park
  • Tom’s Tap and Brewhouse
  • The Alexandra Stadium

Macclesfield

  • Tegg’s Nose Country Park
  • Blaze Farm
  • The Silk Museum and Paradise Mill
  • Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre
  • Capesthorne Hall

Knutsford

  • Gauntlet Birds of Prey
  • Tatton Park
  • Knustford Heritage Centre
  • Tabley House
  • Peover Hall and Gardens

Nantwich

  • Dorfold Hall
  • Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker
  • Nantwich Museum
  • Nantwich Lake
  • Wybunbary Tower

Congleton

  • Little Moreton Hall
  • Astbury Mere Country Park
  • Glebe Farm Astbury
  • Victoria Mill Antiques and Collectors Centre
  • Clonter Theatre Opera

Widnes

  • Victoria Park
  • Catalyst
  • Pickerings Pasture
  • Spike Island Nature Reserve
  • War Memorial Widnes