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Cheshire's Peak District is packed full of quirky museums, magnificant National Trust (NT) properties and a range of heritage attractions.
Discover a colourful family history at Lyme Park (NT), learn about Macclesfield's textile heirtage at Macclesfield Silk Museums, fire your pistons at the Anson Engine Museum, an award winning collection of over 200 gas and oil engines or visit Knutsford Heritage Centre, home to the Millennium tapestry.
While in Knutsford visit Tatton Park, one of the UK's most complete historic estates. The Mansion, Gardens, Farm and Old Hall, 1000 acre deer park and speciality shops & eateries offer something for everyone along with over 100 events annually.
Browse the list of heritage attractions and museums in Cheshire's Peak District below:
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For a tranquil walk explore the Edwardian rose garden, ravine garden or luxurious herbaceous borders next to the reflecting lake where a certain Mr Darcy met Miss Bennett in the BBC production of 'Pride and Prejudice'.
Take a trip to the Silk Museum- see real life silk worms, discover how silk is made, explore the history of textile machinery and looms in our machinery gallery with demonstrations every Tuesday.
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Knutsford Heritage Centre tells the town's history and is home to Knutsford's 53 sq. metre Millennium Tapestry.
Guided walking tours.
Exhibitions and events.
Friends of Knutsford Heritage Centre.