Take a look down the rabbit hole
Home to the Lewis Carroll Centre, Daresbury is the birthplace of the famous author who wrote such classic tales as Alice in Wonderland. The centre celebrates Carroll’s life with a look into his interests and passions alongside readings of his unusual works and a stained-glass window designed in his honour. The centre is open all year with free admission making it the perfect destination for a local trip.
Moon buggies and water worlds
Just seven miles north of Daresbury, more adventure can be found at Gulliver’s theme park. Aimed at kids aged 2-13 with lots of rides and attractions such as The Crazy Train and Tomb Raider, the park has plenty to do to keep everyone entertained. Recent additions to the park include Splash Zone, an indoor water park, and the NERF Zone.
Fields of Music
Since 2008 Daresbury has been host to the dance music festival Creamfields. This 3 day annual festival is held over the August Bank Holiday weekend and can attract as many as 60,000 visitors each day. If you’re looking to get a taste of the music and festival atmosphere then consider staying at our superbly located Travelodge Warrington, Travelodge Warrington Gemini or Travelodge Widnes hotels.