Places to see when you visit us

HERE are some attractions you may like to visit while you are in Nantwich.

   Not all places are open to the public as visitors as they are business premises or shops.

   Nantwich Book Shop and Coffee Lounge - here

 

as Churche's Houses - has a top floor which can be seen as part of your shopping visit.

   Churche's Mansion is an antiques shop but entry can be gained by knocking on the front door.  

   Sweetbriar Hall is an architect's business, and

 

the Queen's Aid House is now a shop, with no tour facilities.

   The wooden horse can be seen by parking in the Basin End facilities (including a cafe) or by walking along Welsh Row to it.

 

The wooden horse

St Mary's Church

Churche's Mansion

Crown Hotel

Sweetbriar Hall

Church's houses

Queen's Aid House

Nantwich Museum

 

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