then known as Condate is a town within the unitary authority area of Cheshire West and Chester, Cheshire Ceremonial County, England, United Kingdom. It sits within the Cheshire Plain near the rivers Dane and Weaver. Its history dates back the Roman times. The town is popular for its cultural heritage, shopping destinations and charming sights.
The prime roads A530, A556, A559, M6 and M56 serve Northwich. Visitors with private vehicles may take any of the said roads to reach the town. Bryn, Crewe
, Knutsford, Macclesfield
, Middlewich, Warrington
and Winsford are all near the area. For information about the available parking spaces in Northwich click here
. Top Attractions within Northwich: Anderton Boat Lift or the Cathedral of Canals
is an 18th century boatlift located at Lift Lane, Anderton, Northwich, Cheshire, England. The boatlift is 100% fully restored and working. Watching the boatlift do its job is like seeing a piece of the bygone era. Boat owners can use the said historical machinery for a minimal fee. For more information kindly visit www.andertonboatlift.co.uk
. Delamere Forest Park
lies within Delamere, Northwich, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. It is a wonderful area abundant with flora and fauna. The popular activities in the forest park are cycling, bird watching, exploring, leisure walking and picnicking. Lion Salt Works
is the only remaining open pan saltworks in England. Visiting the venue allows visitors to learn the process of salt making prevalent within the 19th - 20th century. John Thompson Junior established it sometime in 1894. The company closed in 1986 and was reopened later on as a museum. Lion Salt Works can be found along Ollershaw Lane, Marston, Northwich, Cheshire, England, UK. Northwich Community Woodlands
can be found in Camberback, Northwich, Cheshire County, England, United Kingdom. It is a 200 acres of woodland with trails and a large lake. Jogging, leisure walking and picnicking are the usual activities within the area. It is free of charge and is highly recommended for everyone who wishes to seek peace and connect with nature. The Salt Museum
showcases displays about the town's salt industry's history, development and over 14,000 uses of salt. The establishment has been welcoming and educating guest for over one hundred years. It is located within 162 London Road, Northwich, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. Arley Hall & Gardens
is an impressive red-brick neo-Jacobean house, home of Viscount and Viscountess Ashbrook. 12 acre gardens with parkland, walled gardens and rockeries.