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Cheshire Favourite Days Out In Cheshire is rich in amazing attractions that you’re sure to enjoy

You can find some of Britain’s biggest and best here including world-famous Chester Zoo that’s home to 8,000 creatures from across the planet and acres of glorious gardens.

Nearby, shop-till-you drop enthusiasts will find designer delights at delicious discounts in Cheshire Oakswith its amazing array of stores and free parking. It’s Britain’s biggest retail outlet.

Next door is the Blue Planet Aquariumwhere you can

experience aquatic adventures with marine life thanks to the longest underwater tunnel in the world. It takes you nose to nose with sharks, rays and other exotic swimmers!

The fun flows at Anderton Boat Lift too, where an engineering marvel from the Victorian era – the world’s first - gives you an unforgettable sail-in-the- sky experience.

Adventures on the epic scale continue at Tatton Park, where the finest Georgian estate in Britain gives you a real

insight into the Upstairs, Downstairs life-style of master and servant.

Its gardens are spectacular and there’s plenty of fun down on its farm.

Equally delightful is Ness Gardens overlooking the Dee Estuary that features a host of plants, shrubs and trees from across the planet and a super café serving delicious home- made treats.

Small is beautiful too, especially in Gullivers’ World at Warrington, where the littlest Lilliputians in the family will get giant-sized fun and Reaseheath Zoo & Animal Centre near Nantwich home to rare and endangered species. Don’t miss its summertime Maize Maze, events and festivals.

Make a date in your diary too for Cheshire Show18th-19th June showcasing the best in farming, and food and drink plus spectacular entertainment.

Industrial heritage also features strongly among Cheshire’s attractions including the National Waterways Museumat Ellesmere Port, home to the world’s largest collection of inland waterways craft. Or why not take one of the famous Mersey Ferries and learn about the regions fascinating history. Nearby Port Sunlight Village was built by philanthropic soap baron Lord Leverhulme for his factory workers. Its heritage centre tells the

whole story. Afterwards, take a break in its terrific tea rooms.

Fancy something more active?

Head for Beeston Castle & Woodland Park set on a hill 300’ above the Cheshire Plain, ‘Go Ape’ on a woodland adventure challenge in Delamere Forest or fly eagles at Blakemere Craft Centre.

After a hard day’s sightseeing, revive your spirits at Tarporley’s Chocolate Shop housed in an old fire-station.

To find out more, pick up the Favourite Days Out in Cheshire leaflet featuring Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker in Nantwich; and Catalyst at Widnes - where science is play-time - among its many delights. Go online for great discount vouchers.

New for 2013 is Robinsons Brewery Visitors Centre featuring their history, the brewing process, artefacts from the original brew house, transport memorabilia, gift shop and their Shire Horses, plus a chance to sample numerous cask conditioned beers, or for those driving a soft drink.

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