Searching for inspiration for what to do this week in Cheshire? Look no further, we’ve put together a list of our top things to do and see this week.

Totally Roarsome Trail

Visit Arley Hall’s Totally Roarsome trail, a 1.5km family-friendly trial. Wander around the world of dinosaurs, unicorns, pirates, and sea creatures. Complete the quiz along the way and stand a chance to win a fantastic prize.

Discovery by Luxmuralis

Enjoy Chester Cathedral in a new light. This immersive installation invites you to consider the planet’s creation and humanity’s scientific discoveries over the years. The illuminating artwork will highlight and enhance the architectural beauty of the cathedral this week.

Roman Week


Roman week returns to Congleton Museum! With a different activity every day, there’s plenty to keep you busy this week. Learn all about Roman life in Cheshire, paint your own sword, discover how to write your name in Roman numerals, and dress up as a Roman citizen, be totally immersed in the Roman experience. 

The Makings of a Murderer

If you’re intrigued by murder mysteries, this is the event for you. Spend the evening with former Senior Detective David Swindle as he tells all on murder cases, the perspectives of detectives, and the inner thoughts of serial killers. David will be unpacking some of Britain’s most famous serial killer cases such as; Jack the Ripper, Peter Tobin, Fred and Rose West, and many more.  

Scarecrow Pop Star Festival

Visit Tatton Park for their annual Scarecrow Pop Star Festival. See if you can recognise any famous faces hiding around the gardens and farms.  

Scarecrow festival

Half-term activities

And a little something extra to inspire you this half-term, find our list of things to try this week here.


Tatton Park
Historic House / Palace
Daffodils in the Parkland at Tatton Park

Tatton Park’s ancient Parkland is just waiting to be explored.

Chester Cathedral
Cathedral / Minister
Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral is many things to many people: a vibrant community of worship, an ancient abbey, an archaeological treasure, a cultural hub, a centre of musical excellence, a unique blend of modern and medieval history.

Congleton Museum
Congleton Museum

Discover a fascinating display of life, culture, and industry dating from the pre-historic period to the present day.

The Art Deco exterior of Storyhouse

​​​​​​​Storyhouse is Chester’s multi award-winning £37m theatre, library, restaurant and cinema.

Arley Hall & Gardens
Historic House / Palace
Stunning Exterior of Arley Hall & Gardens

Arley Hall & Gardens is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West.



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