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From Bluebells in the Spring, Easter Extravaganzas, Summer Festivals, to Halloween Hauntings and all the festive fun of Christmas you will always find your Favourite Day Out in Cheshire.
And with many fabulous events taking place in the school holidays and weekends, there is always a good reason to visit Cheshire's Favourite Days Out attractions.
Make sure you search for exciting things to do using our annual events calendar.
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A fascinating exhibition of Roald Dahl book jackets from across the world and throughout time. His first book was printed in 1953 and his stories published over 200 million times and in 51 languages including Catalan, Welsh and Icelandic.
Competition / Game
Entertain the children (and adults) this October half term with Blakemere's new Zombie Pirate Treasure Trail. Pick up your trail leaflet for more details.
Museums at Night: Trick or Treat Experience
Show / Display
Anderton Boat Lift's Firework Spectacular is back with a bang this October!
Tickle your taste buds. Artisan food producers with tempting treats. Do not miss mini shops filled with specialist retailers from the northwest. You will find everything from art to fashion. Free admission to the fair.
Star-Gazing Evening and Supper
Fete / Fair
Christmas gifts for all the family and ideas for presents not usually found in High Street shops. Free entry to the fair in the Tenants Hall. Park car entry of £5 applies. 10:30am - 5pm.
Come to the Farm and meet the rare breed animals which are up for adoption. Choose from Prancer the Reindeer, Blossom the Clydesdale Horse, Tamzin the Tamworth Pig and Frosty the Donkey. Normal charges and opening times apply.
Show / Display
Step in to the Christmas mansion and in to Roald Dahl’s magical world as his extraordinary storytelling weaves itself through the grand staterooms and into the bustling servants’ quarters.
Looking for a unique Christmas present? Look no further then our festive Artists and Makers fair transforming the Visitor Centre and Hulme Conservatory into a magical Christimas shoppers paradise.
Making a visit to Father Christmas adds that extra bit of magic to the festive season for little ones (and the young at heart). So it's good news that he will be stopping off at Ness this December.
Join Santa and his crew for a festive cruise along the River Weaver Navigation this Christmas, sharing songs, stories and a gift for each child.