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Best things to do in Cheshire East

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“A fine Italian house in Disley, Cheshire, on the edge of the Peak District. Used by the BBC in their adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' - this is where Mr Darcy lived. Set in a large park with gardens.”
29 locals recommend
“The Jodrell Bank Observatory hosts a number of radio telescopes, and is part of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Manchester.”
13 locals recommend
“Home to the beautiful historic Tatton Hall. Acres of parkland with deer., lakes. Coffee shop, Farm Lovely easy walks. And children’s play areas. Annual showground for Flower show, Vintage cars , Live Concerts and more.”
16 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Excellent food, wine, cheese, art and jewellery market where you can buy from local suppliers. Eat lunch, or sip wine and have a browse before grabbing dinner at one of the nearby restaurants.”
18 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Set amongst Styal Woods. This is a great place to visit for a stroll through the woods (becomes a carpet of bluebells in spring) or to visit the Mill ( National Trust). The cotton mill was the heart of working life at Quarry Bank. Visit the mill to discover how Samuel Greg founded his cotton empire and the story of the cotton trade. You can also understand the hardships faced by the workers who toiled in the mill, and uncover engineering genius at work.”
8 locals recommend
“Great for long walks, bike rides, Segway tours and also has a Go Ape centre for those with a head for heights. ”
14 locals recommend
“Fantastic deer spotting throughout the park and bird spotting. Great for walking/running/jogging. There is cafes and shops open for breakfast/lunch. Formal gardens which is a must see! ”
11 locals recommend
“A fun day out for the children and adults alike. Live animals, activities, crazy golf, diggers and plenty of ice cream”
13 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“The Roaches is a prominent rocky ridge above Leek and Tittesworth Reservoir in the Peak District of England. The ridge with its rock formations rises steeply to 505 m. Along with Ramshaw Rocks and Hen Cloud they form a gritstone escarpment, which is popular with hikers, rock climbers and freerunners.e”
15 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Discover our Staffordshire Hoard display along with the history of the Potteries, including the world’s greatest collection of Staffordshire ceramics. Relax at the museum café or browse the Foyer Shop for unique quality gifts. Follow children’s trails and enjoy drop-in activities and special events. Changing exhibitions throughout the year. See website for details”
10 locals recommend
“Enjoy a day out at our atmospheric Victorian factory: • Look behind the scenes on our factory tour • Shop for seconds in our Factory Shop • Decorate your own unique piece of pottery • Shop our latest designs in the Gift Shop • Relax in our cosy café • Discover the secret walled garden and our hens”
12 locals recommend
“Visit the only complete Victorian pottery factory from the days when coal burning ovens made the world’s finest bone china. See traditional skills, original workshops, the cobbled yard and huge bottle kilns that create an atmospheric time warp that has no equal. Visit the gift shop with exclusive handmade pottery, books and gifts.”
16 locals recommend
“Half an hour drive away. Great to fill half a day. Nearby tree climbing etc experiences available but this one is must visit for small children.”
8 locals recommend
“Because getting wet is so much fun,we regularly take our grandchildren to Waterworld as it has so much to do for all ages, the kids love it and we can sit and watch with a drink or throw ourselves down the slides with the kids. A whole days fun less than 20 mins from our front door”
8 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Wide range of high street stores as well as a brand new restaurant and cinema complex including Bon Pan Asia buffet, Chiquitos, Pizza Express and Nandos.”
6 locals recommend
“A two mile walk through the park, passing the lake and herds of deer, brings you to the Hall where you can get a delicious meal (especially in Gardener's Cottage - recommended by Cheshire Life magazine). You can then visit the magnificent gardens. Tatton Hall is open during the summer months and the Old Hall is also worth a visit before your return walk.”
5 locals recommend