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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 our top attractions.
Make sure you search for exciting things to do using our annual events calendar.
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Port Sunlight Museum has launched ‘Soap & Water’ its latest special exhibition!
A fun filled programme of trails, story telling, magic shows and puppet theatre will make the perfect family day out this Easter.....and every child will be rewarded with a Lindt chocolate surprise!
Adventurers wanted this weekend! You'll meet a courtly character from the past with stories of times gone by. Explore Beeston and crack the clues.
11am - 5pm
Tickets: Adults £6.30,Children 5-15 £3.80, Concs £5.70, Family £16.40
Fete / Fair
A talk by Peter Brown. Local newspapers of the time give accounts of interesting and sometimes gruesome events. Free event - talk arranged by the Boat Museum Society.
7.30pm - 9.30pm
Ellesmere Port and Neston
The fifth national Sea Shanty Festival brings together nearly 100 performers in seven different venues within the Museum for four exciting days of singing, concerts, nautical poetry, puppet-making and face painting.
Fete / Fair
Free admission to Tenants Hall packed with Gifts for everyone, specialist food producers plus craft, fashion and home furnishings. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of a special bank holiday day out.
Fete / Fair
A great weekend to visit the museum with lots of visiting boats, music, mini-beer festival, fun activities and evening talks and concerts.
Explore farmland trails and woodland single tracks with the Rangers. Learn the fundamentals of off-road skills (including a bike safety check) and then explore the park! Bring a packed lunch.
Will you be lucky enough to see our lambs being born? This year we have synchronised our ewes to lamb within a 10 day period. Informative talks on the imminent signs of lambing by the farm staff and why not try our sheepy quiz.
A digital photography course with expert tutor, Graham Nobles.
10am - 4pm
Join the chefs from the Garden Kitchen as they inspire you with their favourite receipes, have a go and then enjoy afternoon tea.
1pm - 4pm
Tickets: £12 Friends of Ness Gardens (£15 Non members)
Fete / Fair
The Guild meet at the museum on the 3rd Wednesday of each month and it is an opportunity for the visiting public to join in to play with rope and learn new knots.
11am - 2pm
Join kite experts, Mike and Fran Goddard, to design and fly your own kite. Learn the science behind kites, then be taken step-by-step to make two of your own basic kites.
10.15am-11.15am, 11.45am -12.45pm,1.45pm-2.45pm, 3.15pm-4.15pm
Want to make changes to your garden and don't know where to start? This introductory course acts as a comprehensive guide covering all the basics of designing a garden. 10 Weekly Sessions.
Tickets: £60 Friends, £70 Non members
Experience nature at its best on this special spring walk with experts from the RSPB at hand to share fascinating facts and identify all the feathered stars of the show.
7am - 9am
Tickets: £10 Friends of Ness Gardens (£12 non-members).
Join Tatton's Garden Team to learn about all aspects of seasonal propogation. The course covers spring sowing, autumn/winter hardwood cuttings and grafting. Pre-booking essential.
10am - 1pm