Fantastic museum with an amazing story of its survival. They offer a passionate , enthusiastic and very knowledgeable tour guides. Well thought out and presented tour through history using the houses over different periods of time. A must visit. After the tour you can take a reminder of your visit in the gift shop or take a walk along the memory lane in the sweets shop of the 1930s.
Here everyone can find an attraction to their liking, there are extreme, for family and children. And for those who do not want to raise the level of adrenaline in the blood, there is a park and a local castle. It was first opened in 1860, and even then it was popular. Of course, there were no roller coasters, but there were horse races, circus and theatrical performances, and illusionists and stuntmen performed there. Now the Alton Towers amusement park meets the modern concept of fun. It is divided into 13 thematic zones connected by cable cars in three places - Towers Street, Forbidden Valley and Mutiny Bay.
Visitors like the interior of this restaurant. Hostesses and waiters work at height. Here you can try the lobster and shrimp burger, lobster salad and avocado. Steaks choose only red roasts or very red , in this case they are unreal tasty. There are also beautifully decorated dishes.
Beautiful place with flowers and shrubbery. In the centre there's a lovely pond with a fountain in its centre. Wonderful place definitely deserves to be visited . It's also a good place for a quick or long walk and serves for a good picnic place. Near there is also a nice but longer walk next to a canal with a peaceful path that leads over the canal.
Very good local sourced food! Staff are pleasant and polite.There is a lovely beer garden and veranda closely situated by the River Dee, in the summer it's one of the best Gardens to be in, lovely views up the river! Only drawback with it, following to the visitors review that it being so popular and car parking is rather limited.