Attractions and Places to Visit in Warrington

Warrington has been welcoming visitors for over 2000 years. It's location is a big plus. It’s close to Liverpool and Manchester and within easy reach of the Peak District, North Wales and the Lake District even the Trans-Pennine Trail passes through the borough.

In a region of heavy industry, Warrington ballooned during the 1960s when it was earmarked as a “New Town”.

The town museum is a wonderful grab bag of archaeology, natural history and art, while the council owns two fine mansions.
The Palladian Bank Hall is now Warrington Town Hall, and Walton Hall is an events venue with a park at the heart of the community.

Norton Priory Museum and Garden

Norton Priory Museum & Garden

Norton Priory is the most excavated monastic site in Europe. Boasting the ruins of an Abbey, 12th century undercroft and an 18th century Walled Garden, it is located within an oasis of tranquil woodland and wildflower meadows.

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Walton Hall and Gardens in Warrington

Walton Hall & Gardens

Walton Hall and Gardens welcomes you to the former home and gardens of Lord and Lady Daresbury and Warrington’s premier destination for nearly three generations!
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Warrington Museum and Art Gallery

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Travel through time and around the world at Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, one of the oldest museums in the country. There's something for everyone at the Museum, from dinosaurs to mummies to fine art.

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~Things to Do in Warrington~