Things to do in Cheshire

Cheshire Cat Narrowboat

Cheshire boasts some of the UK’s most scenic canal ways and what better way to see them than to take to the waterways yourself by hiring a narrow boat for the day. 

Drive Time: 9 minutes (3.7 miles) | More information

Gauntlet Birds of Prey Park

The Gauntlet Park is home to over 120 birds from 46 different species. The centre has regular flying displays and the chance to get up close and personal with the birds in meet and greet presentations. 

Drive Time: 37 minutes (20.4 miles) | More information

Delamere Forest

Walk, cycle or even Segway around Delamere Forest. The busy forest community operate a visitor’s centre, Go Ape course and sells Christmas trees, as well as maintaining miles of woodland trail. 

Drive Time: 30 minutes (16.7 miles) | More information

Anderton Boat Lift

Anderton Boat Lift provides a vertical link between the River Weaver and Trent & Mersey Canal. Restored in 2002 the historic structure is full of character. 

Drive Time: 37 minutes (16.3 miles) | More information

Lion Salt Works

£10.23 million was invested in restoring the Lion Salt Works. Visitors can discover how the salt works operated and the impact the industry had on the surrounding area. 

Drive Time: 34 minutes (15.4 miles) | More information

Cheshire Polo Club

Whether you play yourself or just go along to spectate and picnic, Cheshire Polo Club is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. 

Drive Time: 27 minutes (14.4 miles) | More information