As one of the top towns in Cheshire for markets and sightseeing, many people make their way into Nantwich every year to explore some of its local buildings and attractions. With many beautiful examples of Georgian and Tudor architecture, this is a fantastic spot to stop along your vacation in Cheshire. Here are some of the top things to do in Nantwich:
This fairly compact history museum is set into a former library and it features a number of permanent and revolving exhibitions for the area. Perfect for a few hours away, this is a beautiful stop along the way that can help you explore the area and its history.
The lake is a wonderful attraction with paths along the lakeside. As one of the premier parks for the area, Nantwich lake is one of the perfect areas to get lost and to enjoy some time away from the city centre. Head there on a nice day and enjoy the cooler breezes amongst nature.
The walled garden is a small attraction near to the Nantwich museum that includes a series of gardens along a wall. This well grown in wall section has a large amount of greenery of all types that highlight the stone façade. As a mansion and garden area, this is the perfect walking trail through the area and a lovely experience during your time here.
Located in the center of the market in Nantwich, this is a grade 1 listed heritage site. They regularly hold choral society choirs and this church is best known for its English gothic architecture. The designer was George Gilbert Scott and the church is still active hosting regular service on Sundays.
The annual food and drink event, the Nantwich Food Festival takes place in Nantwich town centre and over the weekend attracts over 40,000 people.
Keep some of these top attractions in mind as you are planning your trip to Nantwich. Any of these experiences could be a fantastic idea during your stay!