WHAT TO DO & WHERE TO GO
Chester has medieval and Roman walls and unique
galleried arcades called ‘The Rows’. These run on
top of the ground floor shops with many old black
and white buildings. The city walls are two miles in
length. There is also The Grosvenor Museum and
Chester Castle to visit.
The National Trust properties to visit in this county are
Dunham Massey, Little Moreton Hall, Lyme Park, Tatton Park,
Quarry Bank Mill and the woodland garden of Hare Hill.
Alderley Edge provides a dramatic red sandstone escarpment
to walk along.
Find good cycling along Middlewood Way, Biddulph Valley Way,
Whitegate Way and the Wirral Way.
- walk from Teggs Nose
- a walk along Alderley Edge