Macclesfield formerly Maclesfeld or Makeslesfeld is a town within the Cheshire East borough, ceremonial county of Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. It lies along the banks of the rivers Bolling and Mersey east of Cheshire. Its earliest known history dates way before the Norman Conquest of England. The area is known for is affluent economy, tourist attractions and cultural heritage.
With a population of more than 50,000, the town spreads out with modern housing estates, surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside and farmland. The steep pedestrianised Mill Street is lined with small shops and national chains. The town has narrow streets full of beautiful terraced Victorian houses along with parks, churches and listed buildings of note.
Adlington Hall and the Hunting Lodge is the historical estate of the Legh Family of Adlington that is located within the town of Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. The site is famous for its wonderful landscape, colorful history and architectural style. The venue hosts events and is a popular place for engaging in several outdoor activities like archery, clay pigeon shooting, falconry and paint balling.
Buxton Opera House features wide range of wonderful performances like comedy, dance, drama, music, opera, pantomime and so much more. It is located more or less nine miles from Macclesfield and is located at Water Street, Buxton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom.
Brookside Miniature Railway is just around nine miles away from the town of Macclesfield. Its address is Macclesfield Road, Poynton, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. The venue boasts a 7 1/4-gauge railway, vast garden centre, aquatic centre, pottery model shop and restaurant.
Macclesfield Silk Museum sits within the Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield, England, United Kingdom. It is an award-winning museum that stands to commemorate the history and development of the silk industry within the town of Macclesfield. Visitors will learn the process of silk making from the silk worms cocoon to looms and onwards in the face of its extensive collection.
Solomon's Temple can be found just approximately nine miles away from Macclesfield and is located along Green Lane in Buxton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. It is a Victorian folly built on the burial site of Solomon Mycock a local farmer who once lived within the area sometime during the Bronze Age. The folly is famous for its beautiful architectural style and the picturesque views of Buxton and other parts of the Peak district that it offers to its visitors.
The prime roads A523, A536, A537, A538 and B5470 connect the historic town to the rest of the country's extensive road network. Buxton, Chesterfield, Manchester, Northwich, Sheffield and Stoke on Trentt are situated near Macclesfield.