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#1 of 3 things to do in Cheddleton
We had a stroll up some paths that were solid under foot it was Autumnal stroll with the leaves on the ground we really enjoyed it and will visit again but next time we will wear stouter footwear because we could...
#1 of 17 things to do in Leek
Great variation, woodland , stone structures, great views lovely (Wincle) craft brewery and the ship inn pub just up the road for a lovely lunch - what more could you ask for?
Perfect for those of you seeking splendid scenery, beautiful picnic areas, challenging walks.

Apedale Heritage Centre

Chesterton 9.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chesterton
... and very knowledgeable, he loves Apedale and enjoys walking through the museum aswel, he loves learning about the past and this is the perfect place for that, we also enjoy the Halloween train and the santa train
It contains a wonderful museum which traces the history of the area from Roman times to the present, organises trips underground down the former mine workings and has a nice cafe on site too.

Gladstone Pottery Museum

Longton 6.8 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Longton
Another gem in the city great museum showing you the great hard ships people injured great extra little workshop the kids painted a moneybox for a real thoughtful present car park a little small plenty of sidestre...
I've visited with friends and used to take my nephew in the school holidays, it's such an interesting museum and they have a good range of activities to try out, well worth a visit and the little cafe is great too!

Dovedale

Ashbourne, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Ashbourne
... day It's a beautiful place so much culture and the stepping stones are amazing we followed the longer path and if you go the whole way round the park is honestly so beautiful amazing for culture and countryside.
Go for a lovely walk by the river belowThorpeCloud which is a lovely hill to climb too walk across the stepping stones and see the beauty of the Peak district ideal for a family picnic when the weather permits

Edward and Vintage

Tissington, UK 12.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Tissington
Fantastic fudge, sweets of every kind you can imagine, indulgent ice cream and most excitingly there's even a treat counter for dogs watched over by an adorable, vintage wire-haired fox terrier push along toy.
Such a charming little sweet shop, really feel like you've stepped back in time..the gentlemen that served us was lovely and helpful, we bought some delicious fudge and sweets and even treats for our little dog!

Ilam Park

Ilam, UK 9.9 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Ilam
Wonderful place to visit and explore, peaceful and relaxing, plenty of walks, it's what a holiday is all about, We enjoyed our time in the Park, the scenery and walks were what you would expect from a visit in the...
Most beautiful scenery, ideal for a leisurely stroll, banks full of wild garlic, fields of sheep and lambs, rabbits etc, nature at its best and at the end a lovelt tea room with homemade cakes etc.

Dovedale Stepping Stones

Thorpe, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Thorpe
There is a calm beauty all around; the River Dove flows through the Dale surrounded on both sides by tree-clad hills and its beauty is enhanced by the birdsong and scenes of families enjoying themselves on the far...
The rest of the valley is worth exploring as it has some great caves, rock formations, and beautiful plants There's also a great ice cream shop where the national trust kiosk is, the honeycomb ice cream is one of...
#1 of 13 things to do in Hanley
This museum and art gallery did the trick, it is a serene environment in which to soak up local history with some of the Staffordshire hoard on display as well as a spitfire artists piece and more pottery than you...
The ground floor is brilliant, we took in the Staffordshire hoard, paintings by Silvia Pankhurst, natural history, archaeology, dioramas and a Spitfire exhibit.

Mad-Renaline Activities

Heaton 6.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Heaton
Great fun and staff were excellent with my daughter who was quite nervous to start with but loved it by the end
Would recommend the Segway experience, a 1 hr experience including off-road segways and a great obstacle course.

Blaze Farm

Macclesfield, UK 9.4 mi away
#3 of 26 things to do in Macclesfield
We come to Blaze Farm regularly and love the beautiful surroundings (rolling hills of the Peak District) - there is a very short nature trail which you can walk around and a slightly longer walk; both take less th...
Depending on when you visit, there are young animals, lovely tea room, always great ice cream choices, too many for the children!

Westport Lake

Stoke-on-Trent 7.2 mi away
#8 of 102 things to do in Stoke-on-Trent
relaxed place for dog walker, nice cafe, plenty joggers and cyclists, a nice walk around the nature reserve, picnic tables available, take plenty food for the ducks and swans, they are always hungry. a great day out
Very nice area and enjoyed the experience, peaceful, and very natural surroundings, and lots of conservation taking place for wetland birds and local wildlife.

Rudyard Lake

Rudyard 3.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Rudyard
It’s Always freshly made to order the breakfast baps and oatcakes and even full plated breakfasts are excellent , huge baps full of filling , cooked perfectly , really good value for money and homemade cakes and s...
The train is a great attraction for the little ones but could be a little pricey for some and the cafe , which is being extended at present but still open serves an excellent cuppa and cake or ice cream etc .

Thor's Cave

Wetton 8.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wetton
:) We parked the car outside Wetton Mill Farm car park (free, and a bit safer than along the road) and did a bit of a circular loop to get to the cave.
lovely walk... great photographs from here........ you must visit

Middleport Pottery

Burslem 7.2 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Burslem
... (you must book in advance) is an absorbing and fascinating look at a working pottery which still uses traditional hand-made manufacturing tools and techniques, many of which date back to Victorian times.
TIP 2 There is a good sized tea room , If you are a visitor from outside the area try the local delicacy of oatcakes, It is great to see the Pottery companies coming back to life, well worth a visit.

Tittesworth Water

Meerbrook 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Meerbrook
Tittesworth Water on the outskirts of Leek is a wonderful place to visit.Its an ideal place for young families with safe playgrounds, lovely grassed areas and gentle walks.For dog walkers too it’s ideal with walks...
The site is very well maintained, good quality paths, extensive parking and a superb visitor centre (comprising restaurant and gift shop).

New Vic Theatre

Newcastle-under-Lyme 8.0 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Newcastle-under-Lyme
Visited to see Eric’s Christmas Panto, It is possible to have a meal before the show but unfortunately the venue isn’t Coeliac friendly so we eat at the Polite Vicar and walk across to the theatre.
From the moment we walked we were made to feel welcome from the friendly staff and volunteers.

Dimmingsdale

Alton 7.7 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Alton
Went here at the weekend for a walk, a lovely walk amongst all the trees and greenery, some lovely areas for a picnic and some fantastic views from the top, if your eyesight is good you can see Alton towers in the...
Went today and loved it, nice and flat for walk beautiful lake, was well worth a visit, our dog really enjoyed it and there’s a pub in the car park called ramblers Retreat were you can get food and drink.

St Giles Catholic Church

Cheadle 6.2 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Cheadle
On leaving, we looked at the visitors book and there were entries from all over the world, people who had come to see this “gem” and, without exception, thought it was wonderful.
Designed by A W N Pugin and financed the Earl of Shrewsbury, this church is beautiful but also a bit over the top.

Brampton Museum

Newcastle-under-Lyme 8.3 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Newcastle-under-Lyme
Took my two grandkids who loved the shop layouts and the interactive displays.
There is always something interesting to look at and activities put on during school holidays for children.

Little Moreton Hall

Congleton, UK 9.6 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Congleton
... to other areas.Children (or adults!) can dress up in medieval costumes in certain rooms.Very tidy knot garden and many scented flowers are on display.Food in the main tea room was wonderfully fresh and tasty w...
Best advice is to buy the guidebook at the entrance, go straight to the cafe to read it - lovely fresh home made cakes, sandwiches, soups, etc - and then take the 40 minute guided tour before exploring for yourself.

Longton Park

Stoke-on-Trent 7.1 mi away
#13 of 102 things to do in Stoke-on-Trent
This is a great laid out park,for a walk around, taking the children or the dog a walk, it is well maintained and when they finish the new cafe ,this will be a bonus, there are swings and fixed exercise equipment...
Lovely evening stroll around this old historic park. Park is free and includes tennis courts, outdoor modern gym type play equipment.

Gawsworth Hall

Gawsworth, UK 11.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Gawsworth
Great place to visit for the day, beautiful house and gardens and the family that own the house really are so lovely - very hands on and helpful too.
I was fortunate to be invited one evening by Rupert for a couple of social drinks prior to a restaurant meal...the history just oooozed out of the place and Rupert’s Mother was full of historical formation...with...

Wedgwood Museum

Barlaston 9.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Barlaston
... utilisation of the then recently invented technology) was a revelation Excellent tea from exquisite china was the much need icing on the cake We shall return soon for a full factory tour and closer look at the...
1st of all just the most fantastic self guided tour of the factory.A hive of activity,learnt loads about the History of Wedgwood & gradually evidenced the process & watched everyone beavering away.

Peak Wildlife Park

Winkhill 5.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Winkhill
Absolutely great value for money If you live local buy a season ticket so you can pop up anytime Great for kids Huge play area , free bouncy castle Cafe expensive but usual for the place it is so take a packed lun...
Fantastic facilities for families including baby change, family room and also a great indoor play area which after visiting all the animals our daughter thoroughly enjoyed!

Astbury Mere Country Park

Congleton, UK 10.1 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Congleton
This is a fantastic place to spend an hour or two, with a car park (50p charge), toilets, information centre, great cafe and wonderful lake area which you can walk all the way around.
Astbury mere, an old favourite, convenient to get to and a lovely walk anytime of the year, suitable for all ages as there is a path all round.
#5 of 17 things to do in Leek
Lovely place to visit great walks especially with dog lovely cuppa as well in station cafe well worth a visit
Very good value for money Nice comfortable ride Lovely views Platform 2 great for refreshments Covered if raining

Apedale Community Country Park

Newcastle-under-Lyme 9.8 mi away
#5 of 18 things to do in Newcastle-under-Lyme
The Museum is worth a visit as well and there cafe.
My husband and son in law had a fabulous mine tour,at the Apedale Heritage Centre The guide was the former manager of the mine.
#7 of 17 things to do in Leek
A beautiful reserve with great birds (Redstart and Pied Flycatcher to name but two) , lovely walks through the woods and Murray, the RSPB reserve manager, was really friendly making the visit really memorable.
Easy paced walking, mostly well maintained pathways, we combined parts of the Family nature trail, the Woodland and Woodcock trails.

Trials Day

Leek 5.2 mi away
#6 of 17 things to do in Leek
What a fantastic day and great team, Stuart, Ian and the team gave us all a great day to remember, I would highly recommend this day for anyone new to trials or who hadn’t ridden a trials bike before or in a long...
Stu is the owner / main instructor, he is very enthusiastic and welcomed everyone with a smile, it was a pleasure to watch him ride a bike, he is a top bloke and very good instructor.