Our guide to the best days out in Cheshire

Close to Manchester and Liverpool but with its own rural vibe, Cheshire has lots to offer families.

Days out in Cheshire

To start with, Chester’s historic rows are definitely worth checking out. They’re a series of first-floor walkways connecting buildings in tons of different architectural styles. So you’ve got a double-decker choice of restaurants and shops – pretty cool, right?

Want to tire out the kids so you can have a sneaky G&T later? Take your pick from Dinosaurs in the Dark at Gulliver’s Theme Park, flying owls at Cheshire Falconry, or taking small steps as astronauts at Jodrell Bank Observatory.

If you’re a foodie, grab some gourmet grub at Browns at the Mere or a proper bar lunch at The Bear’s Paw Inn. And if you’re bringing your hairiest family member, there are loads of dog-friendly pubs.

Find a holiday cottage in Cheshire, it's the ideal spot for a family holiday - packed full of country pubs, picturesque villages & traditional market towns.

For super easy parking in Cheshire try JustPark to find available spots (or even reserve the spot in advance!)

History. Food. Scenery. Cheshire has it all.

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