ENJOY STAFFORDSHIRE BROCHURE
Just think of the possibilities...
Choose from absolutely the most awesome theme park rides and attractions at Alton Towers Resort and Drayton Manor Theme Park.
Breathe the fresh air in The Staffordshire Peak District with its simply spectacular gritstone crags and stunning limestone dales. Walk or cycle on Cannock Chase, Britain's smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or in The National Forest, one of the UK's boldest environmental projects.
Take in The Potteries, with world famous names like Wedgwood, Portmeirion, Emma Bridgewater and Moorcroft. Find amazing factory outlet bargains.
Explore fine stately homes set in sumptuous parkland at Patrick Lichfield's Shugborough Estate and magnificent Weston Park, or wander through inspiring gardens at the award winning Trentham Estate, complete with its own monkey forest.
Discover marvellous museums and castles. See history come to life in the Staffordshire Hoard Anglo-Saxon treasure. Be awed by the grandeur of Lichfield's medieval cathedral. Spend a peaceful day at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Enjoy great town and country shopping, terrific animal attractions, year-round events and festivals or just relax beside one of our many tranquil canals.
Tempt your taste buds with delicious food and drink, and have a comfortable stay in a superb selection of themed hotels, welcoming B&Bs and cosy cottages. You can even navigate your own narrowboat...
You'll find so much in Staffordshire to make your perfect short break.
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