With the restrictions starting to relax, many of our local attractions are re-opening.
Here's a list of links for places you could go for a day out.
- Tatton Park – the park itself is now open again. More info
- Arley Hall gardens are open More info
- Dunham Massey Deer park and gardens is open but you'll need to book. More info
- More stuff is opening up in Manchester than you'd guess More info
- Access to the garden and car parks at Chatsworth and Calton Lees is only possible with a pre-booked ticket. More info
- If you're thinking of visiting the Peak District, there is a useful guide to how busy are the car parks. It's forecast to be extremely hot over the next several days so please do not use disposal barbecues or light fires whilst out in the hills.
- Cheshire Oaks Outlet has re-opened More info
- For most locations, it's a bit of a lottery as to whether or not there are public toilets available. The National Trust has information here about many aspects of their re-opening
- For English Heritage, their re-opening information can be found here
- Can I now go on holiday in Wales?No, not yet but we hope you will be able to from 13 July. Preparations are underway to safely reopen the visitor economy, including self-contained accommodation and outdoor attractions. A decision will be taken about this at the next review of the regulations on 9 July. You will not be able to take a holiday in Wales until any change to the law is made. If a change to the law is made it is likely to take effect on 13 July.