The Best Places To Visit in Warrington

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Warrington, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Walton Lea Road, Higher Walton, Warrington WA4 6SN

Since 1838

Garden, Hall, House, Flowers, Shows, Exhibitions, Garden and Grounds, Heritage Site, Architecture Structure, Billiards Room, Tower, Function Rooms, Concert Room, Music Concerts, Weddings, Children's Zoo, Outdoor Games, Golf Course, Cycle Museum, Pottery Making, Conferences, Christmas Parties, Cafe & Shops

Designated Grade II listed building - The house is built in brown brick with stone dressings and slate roofs - The house was built for Sir Gilbert Greenall, 1st Baronet, brewer and Member of Parliament

Open 24 Hours

Visited this great place on many occasions and were lucky it's a 2-minute drive away. Parking is £3 and there is quite a few spaces and free to get in and make sure you buy a ticket as wardens are always around. The park is very big and modern with a section for over 8s. The children's zoo is worth a stroll around and also the crazy golf is very good and modern. They sometimes have a thomas ride around the lovely grounds and a couple of fair rides. There is normally a couple of ice cream vans.

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Museum Street, Cultural Quarter, Warrington WA1 1JB

Since 1857

History Museum, Art Gallery, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Craft Activity, Art Works, Educational Programs, Workshops, Guided Tours, Group Visits, School Visits, Programs, Events & Shops

Free Admission - It is a Grade II listed building & design by John Dobson - One of the Oldest Municipal Museums - The building is constructed in brick and stone and is in two storeys - The building also houses a collection of around 1,000 painting

Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sun Closed

Considering the size which is spread over 3 floors and disabled friendly, there are lots to see. I understand there are over 200, 000 artifacts mainly small and medium size both local and global. The art gallery has a reasonable number of paintings several from the 19th century Warrington artist Henry Woods. I particularly enjoyed seeing pictures and narrative about the 19th century steel hulled clipper RMS Tayleur built locally at Bank Quay which sunk on her maiden voyage on her way.

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Mike Gregory Way, Warrington WA2 7NE

Since 2004

Arena, Stadium, Sports Venue, Playground, Matches, Rugby League Stadium, Brian Bevan Monuments, Football Team's Players, Games, Conference Centre, Events, Occasions, Catering, Museums & Visitor Attractions

Capacity of this Stadium: 15200 - It is Warrington's largest and leading conference and events venue, staging important games in the rugby league world such as the European Nations Final

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I went to the recent World Club Challenge where my team Brisbane were taking on Warrington. The stadium is small compared to anything in Australia (unless a suburban stadium) but would rate it as one of the best experiences watching Rugby League. Get a ticket in the standing stand and get amongst the home crowd. Where you would see some hostility from football fans, the Warrington crowd got on with mine and my friends banter and cheering for Brisbane. Would recommend.

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