To start with, Chester’s historic rows are definitely worth checking out. They’re a series of first-floor walkways connecting buildings in tons of different architectural styles. So you’ve got a double-decker choice of restaurants and shops – pretty cool, right?
Want to tire out the kids so you can have a sneaky G&T later? Take your pick from Dinosaurs in the Dark at Gulliver’s Theme Park, flying owls at Cheshire Falconry, or taking small steps as astronauts at Jodrell Bank Observatory.
If you’re a foodie, grab some gourmet grub at Browns at the Mere or a proper bar lunch at The Bear’s Paw Inn. And if you’re bringing your hairiest family member, there are loads of dog-friendly pubs.
History. Food. Scenery. Cheshire has it all.
Gary Barlow is from Cheshire. That is all.
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