Knutsford Station - Tatton Mere Circular - Knutsford

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This pleasant walk takes you from Knutsford railway station, out of the town and through mixed woodlands into Tatton Park, where during the spring months you will find rhododendrons in bloom alongside the footpath. You will then follow the edge of Tatton Mere, enjoying wonderful views of the one thousand acre parkland. After exiting the park, the walk will take you along King Street, the lower of Knutsford's two main streets. Look out for 'Museum in the Street' placards highlighting Knutsford's old and historical buildings, also 'The Penny Farthing' Museum and the Heritage centre, on your right-hand side as you meander through the town. Further down the street and one of the main focal points is the Gaskell Memorial Tower, built in 1907 by Richard Harding Watt. There are many cafes, restaurants, pubs and wine bars along the street, so rest your legs and have a bite to eat and quench your thirst.

England - North England - Cheshire - Common or Park


Ancient Monument, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Good for Kids, Lake/Loch, Mostly Flat, Museum, National Trust, Pub, Restaurant, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland

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19.3 Miles