A local nature reserve alongside the river Mersey and full of wild flowers & animals. Most Sundays offer a pop up Café is provided by local volunteers.
Located on the Trans Pennine Trail, this was home to the Stone Roses concert in 1990 – Just across from the Catalyst discovery centre which is an action packed fun family day out exploring chemistry in our everyday life.
Mersey Gateway and Silver Jubilee Bridges
A bridge over the river Mersey connecting Widnes and Runcorn. Its impressive length is part of a larger project in developing the infrastructure in Merseyside
Pex Hill Quarry Nature Trail
The place to go for Walking, Climbing, and biking.
Explore dozens of woodlands at your chosen pace. A hot spot for wildlife and family friendly.
The Dream Sculpture
Commissioned by Ex miners and Halton council, to reflect the aspirations of the local community. Standing 20 meters high this impressive statue is a real landmark.
Stadt Moers Park
Walking, Cycling and fishing. Located in Whiston and spread over 220 acres of land the park is open all year round, with public toilets on site also.
Clock Face Country Park
Spanning 57 Acres, on the site of a former colliery. There are many woodlands and foot paths to follow.Its a fabulous place to walk the dog, and take an easy stroll on flat ground.
Norton Priory Gardens and Museum
Dating back as far as the 12th century, remains can be seen from an abbey complex. Its 18th century country house is open as a museum. With surrounding gardens and woodlands for walks and regular events through the year this is an idyllic spot to visit with the family.
Walton Hall and Gardens
A country house & grade 2 listed building, based in Walton. There are acres of ground to explore, and a café on site for visitors. The Hall opens its groups to outdoor theatre and festivals.
Manchester Ship Canal
36 Miles long, this canal links Manchester to the Irish Sea through Merseyside. Still used today for supply chain cargos, this canal dates back to the 18th Century.