The county of Cheshire has a lot of character and is bursting with interesting things to see and do. With its historic city of Chester and the Roman heritage, medieval streets and excellent shopping as an introduction to the county visitors will be left wanting to explore more. Try a boat ride down the River Dee or get dressed up for a day at Chester Races. Cheshire has many beautiful gardens to visit which include Biddulph Grange and Adlington Hall near Macclesfield. The Trentham Gardens are one of the largest of their kind in Europe. Stapely Water Grardens is the perfect place to take a family for fun with the fountains.
Cheshire saw much of the great Industrial Revolution at the Quarry Bank Mill at Styal is testament to those times with its centre turned into a museum.
With good market towns like Nantwich with the Roman heritage there is plenty of choice for where to go. For a stunning historical country estate visit Tatton Park in Knutsford with its beautiful grounds. Cheshire has several excellent golf courses such as Mobberley and some excellent cycling facilities.
Visit Cheshire for the rolling hills and rich farmland, and for beautiful canal scenery. The National Waterways Museum at Ellesmere Port celebrates the canal network and the boats. For a unique experience go to Action and visit the Edwin Clark boat trip and be transported 50 feet between two waterways.
At Tabely the world’s largest collection of cuckoo clocks is on display. With local food a specialty in this rural county the restaurants are excellent here and there are many good hotels. Part of the famous Peak District runs into Cheshire providing excellent walking and horse riding from the Biddulph area to Disley. With moorland and canal scenery the area is really picturesque and attracts many visitors to the area each year.