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Eaton Estate (Chester)
Ranked #91 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #92 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Crewe Heritage Centre, built to commemorate 150 years of the town of Crewe, was opened in 1987 by Her Majesty Queen... more » Owner description: The Crewe Heritage Centre, built to commemorate 150 years of the town of Crewe, was opened in 1987 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Based in a truly unique location, right in the heart of the Grand Junction Railway. Our site is connected to the mainline railway network with the result that we have frequent visiting main line steam and Diesel locomotives present on site in addition to our own collection of rolling stock. We also have three spectacular Miniature Railway's, offering 3.5", 5" and 7.25" gauges. We offer the facility of hiring the site out and have worked with rail industry and non-rail industry partners in the past. If you are interested in hiring the Site or the Exhibition Hall, please Contact Us. « less
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Ranked #93 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Ranked #94 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Amusement Parks
Owner description: Gulliver's has over 35 years of experience in providing families with great value fun. Designed for children aged 2-13... more » Owner description: Gulliver's has over 35 years of experience in providing families with great value fun. Designed for children aged 2-13 years, all of our themed areas comprise thrill rides, fun rides, family rides, indoor rides, attractions, shows and play areas providing non-stop entertainment for children of all ages at all times. Our multiple award winning theme parks are open at all key holiday times, almost all weekends and many term-time dates throughout the year. We host hundreds of Children's birthday parties every year and hold loads of annual special events that include Easter, Halloween and Christmas! « less
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Dane Meadow (Holmes Chapel)
Ranked #95 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Ranked #96 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
St Peter's Church (Prestbury)
Ranked #97 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Queens Park (Crewe)
Ranked #98 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Hooton Park Trust (Ellesmere Port)
Ranked #99 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Ranked #100 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Churches Mansion (Nantwich)
Ranked #101 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Ranked #102 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Farms; Amusement Parks
Owner description: Short Description: Apple Jacks Adventure Park is a day out primarily for children aged 4-12. Many attractions involve... more » Owner description: Short Description: Apple Jacks Adventure Park is a day out primarily for children aged 4-12. Many attractions involve physical challenges and activities. Racing Zip-wires, Jack’s Ball Blast, Roller Skating, Adventure Tractor Hayride, and the Jumping Pillow are some of the attraction available. Food, drink, toilet and baby changing facilities are available. Long Description: Apple Jacks Adventure Park hosts loads of attractions to keep you busy right through the summer. During our low season, all of our attractions are available except from our Massive Maize Maze which opens around mid-July. Jack’s Ball Blast arena hosts high-pressured fun where you need to dodge all the balls flying around. A family favorite is the Jumping Pillow, as is to the Roller Skating – which is included in the price! New for 2011 was our Racing Zip Wires – it’s time to put your parents to the test and see who can get down to the finish line the fastest! Top Tips: Season tickets are available for just £25 per person for 2012. This would mean unlimited visits until 2nd September 2012. Bring some wellies or boots for the Massive Maize Maze during the high season, as it can get a bit muddy in places. Pig racing takes place at either 3 or 4pm, make sure you plan your day so you don’t miss it. Booking online always has a reduced price through the official website. Attraction Listings: Jack’s Ball Blast, Massive Maize Maze (Peak Season only), Racing Zip Wires, Pedal Karts, Jumping Pillow, Roller Skating, Stilt Walking, Pig Racing, AJ and Sammy Mascot Show, Penalty Shoot-out Competition, Archery, Corn Cannon (from 1st July each year), Fence Maze, Adventure Hayride. Extra charge applies for Electric Quad Karts and Mini Digger. Times of some attractions may vary. Food and Drink: All food and drink at Apple Jacks Adventure Park is sourced from local providers where possible. Good quality beef burgers and pork hot dogs are available, along with healthier options such as Jacket Potatoes and Salads (all prepared fresh on the farm in the morning). Toilet Facilities: 2012 has seen a large upgrade in toilet facilities at the park. We have plenty men and women’s toilets, as well as a large disabled toilet and baby change facility. On-site Gift Shop: Apple Jacks Adventure Park has a gift shop which sells toys, outdoor games and teddies to remember the day. Payment Methods: Apple Jacks Adventure Park accepts all major credit/debit cards at the park, except from American Express. There is no cash machine on site. Admission Prices: Low Season (4th April 2012 to 13th July 2012): Adult: £8 (£6.99 online), Child: £7 (£5.99 online), Senior: £7 (£5.99 online), Family: £26 (£21.99 online). Peak Season (14thJuly 2012 to 2nd September 2012): Adult: £11 (£9.49 online), Child: £10 (£8.49 online), Senior: £10 (£8.49 online), Family: £38 (£33.99 online). Terms and conditions apply to some prices. More information available on our website. Disabled Access: Due to the nature of the park, we believe it’s best if you read our accessibility guide to give you more information on accessing the park. Our Access Guide is available on our website. Baby Food: We do not sell baby food and are unable to heat baby food in a microwave. We can, however, provide hot water on request for bottles to rest in. Getting to the Park: By Car: From the M56: Exit the M56 at Junction 10. Head down the A49 towards Warrington. Take your first right, at the traffic lights, onto Stretton Road. Apple Jacks is situated roughly 0.7 miles down on the right. From the M6 J20: Follow signs for Stretton from the M6 motorway. There are yellow 'Apple Jacks' signs which can be followed when turning off the round about at the M6 J20 junction. Public Transport: Please note when you public transport: Apple Jacks is in a rural location, and therefore has limited public transport links. Please plan your journey carefully. Apple Jacks Farm also has a long entry drive, which is 10/15 minutes walk from the main road. Bus: The number 8 from Warrington Network will get you to Apple Jacks Farm at selected times. Please note that not all number 8 buses stop at Apple Jacks Farm. Rail: Our nearest railway station is Warrington Bank Quay. You would need to then take a taxi to bring you to Apple Jacks. (If you would like to catch a bus, Warrington Central would be a better station to go to as the bus station is across the road. « less
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Milton Park (Alsager)
Ranked #103 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Inland Waterways Museum (Ellesmere Port)
Ranked #104 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Reaseheath Zoo (Nantwich)
Ranked #105 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Zoos/Aquariums
Owner description: Come along to the Reaseheath Zoo and meet our many animals, including meerkats, monkeys, rabbits and reptiles! You will be... more » Owner description: Come along to the Reaseheath Zoo and meet our many animals, including meerkats, monkeys, rabbits and reptiles! You will be able to visit our aquatic room, reptile room, invertebrate room, petting area (not open all year round), zoo paddock area and outdoor enclosures. Over the various dates we will be running different activities through the day. These may include keeper talks, fun quizzes and animal meet and greets. The Reaseheath Zoo will be open from 10am-5pm with last entry at 4pm. Free car parking and onsite catering. Admission £16 Family (2 adults and 3 children) £5 Adults £4 Children (aged 3 - 16 years) and Concessions Under 3's FREE « less
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Chester Rows (Chester)
Ranked #106 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Ranked #107 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens; Outdoors
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Ranked #108 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #109 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Other
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Ranked #110 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Cultural
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Merelake Way (Alsager)
Ranked #111 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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The Meadows (Christleton Chester)
Ranked #112 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
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Ranked #113 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Ranked #114 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
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Ranked #115 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: History Museums; Museums
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Ranked #116 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
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Crazy Club (Widnes)
Ranked #117 of 125 attractions in Cheshire
Category: Playgrounds; Outdoors
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Owner description: The Shropshire Union Canal and the River Dee both flow through the centre of the historic walled city of Chester. The... more » Owner description: The Shropshire Union Canal and the River Dee both flow through the centre of the historic walled city of Chester. The medieval streets, magnificent cathedral and dramatic Roman amphitheatre are all memorable sights. The surrounding coutryside is also very attractive and ideal for exploring by bike. « less
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