Nantwich Museum's walking tours

22 Oct 2021 11:19
Published by: Scott Callan

NANTWICH Museum has announced the restart of its highly popular local walking tours.

It means the return of its riverside, lake and woodland walks as well as the town and Welsh Row tours.

The Riverside Walk introduces visitors to the river, its wildlife and history including its association with salt springs, some of which once made a major contribution to the prosperity of the town.

The walk also looks at other aspects of the river and its influence on the town. It can rise very quickly, and many townspeople have lost their lives as a result over the centuries.

A schedule of walks will see a riverside tour on October 16. A lake and woodland walk is planned for October 30. The meeting point for both walks is Nantwich Lake at 11am.

A Welsh Row Tour is planned for October 20, starting at the town’s museum at 11am.

All walks last approximately 90 minutes. Costs are £5 per person (£4 for museum members).

Numbers are currently limited and pre-booking is advised either in person at the museum shop, by phoning 01270 627104 or by email. Groups are welcome to book their own walking tours. 

For further information contact: Nantwich Museum on or telephone 01270 627104;

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