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Attractions in

North West

Cheshire                Cumbria            Lancashire


The North West is known for its friendly people and for the industrial heritage which can be found in the region's numerous cotton and silk mills, restored factory buildings and museums. This is a region of many contrasts, from vibrant cities to historic market towns and peaceful villages; from the rugged hills of the Peak District to the rolling farmlands of Cheshire with its black and white manor houses and network of canals. Some of Britain's most popular beaches are in the North West including Blackpool, famous for its tower and illuminations. There are also many quieter resorts and fishing villages.

The region's capital is Manchester, a dynamic city at the forefront of fashion, the arts, youth culture and theatre. Liverpool, the birthplace of the Beatles is the place to visit for further information on the famous pop group. Both of these cities have been restored to their former splendour, with new shops, bars, restaurants and exciting nightlife proving a popular attraction. The North West is rich in history. Chester is famous for its Roman Walls and for its half-timbered shops and houses while Lancaster is an attractive cathedral city with a Georgian quay and narrow streets. 

Attractions in Cheshire 

Adlington Hall, Macclesfield

Arley Hall and Gardens, Northwich

Blue Planet, Ellesmere Port

Bridgemere Garden World, Nantwich

Brookside Garden Centre and Miniature Railway, Poynton

Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield

Catalyst, Widnes

Chester Zoo, Chester

Cholmondeley Castle Garden, Malpas

Gawsworth Hall, Macclesfield

Grosvenor Museum, Chester

Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunke,r Nantwich

Macclesfield Museums, Trust Macclesfield

Macclesfield Silk Museums, Macclesfield

Ness Botanic Gardens, South Wirral

Nether Alderley Mill (National Trust), Macclesfield

Norton Priory

Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Estate, Styal

Stapeley Water Gardens & The Palms Tropical Oasis, Nantwich

Tabley House Stately Home, Knutsford

Tatton Park, Knutsford

The Boat Museum, Ellesmere Port

Walton Hall & Gardens, Warrington


Attractions in Cumbria 

Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal

Brantwood, Coniston

Conishead Priory, Ulverston

Cumberland Pencil Museum, Keswick

Dock Museum (The), Barrow-in-Furness

Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum, Grasmere

Heron Corn Mill & Museum of Papermaking, Beetham Milnthorpe

Holker Hall & Gardens, Cark in Cartmel

Hutton in the Forest, Penrith

Lake District Visitor Centre, Windermere

Levens Hall, Kendal

Mirehouse, Keswick

Muncaster Castle, Gardens & Owl Centre, Ravenglass

Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass

Rheged - The Village in the Hill, Penrith

Rydal Mount & Gardens, Ambleside

Trotters World of Animals, Keswick

Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle

Ullswater Steamers, Glenridding

Wetheriggs Country Pottery, Penrith

Windermere Steamboat Centre, Windermere

Wordsworth House, Cockermouth 


Attractions in Lancashire 

Astley Hall, Chorley

Bolton Museum Art Gallery and Aquarium, Bolton

British in India Museum, Colne

Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe

Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley

Helmshore Textile Museum, Rossendale

Lancaster Castle, Lancaster

Leighton Hall, Carnforth

Rufford Old Hall, Ormskirk

Stonyhurst College, Clitheroe