"Your pets home from home"

  • Nantwich High Street
  • Canal at Nantwich
  • Nantwich
  • Nantwich Lake
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Nantwich is a picturesque market town, set by the River Weaver, has kept its mediaeval street pattern and a pedestrianised centre allows exploration of the winding streets and pathways. In Cheshire, the town is second only to Chester for its wealth of historic buildings. At the local museum there are artefacts from the area, many dating back to Roman times when it was a centre for salt production.

Nantwich Museum

Located in Pillory Street, at the heart of the town, the museum has main galleries telling the story of Nantwich through the ages including Roman salt making, Tudor Nantwich's Great Fire, the Civil War Battle of Nantwich (1644) and the more recent shoe and clothing industries and the cheese-making exhibition, dedicated to demonstrating how the county's famous Cheshire cheese has traditionally been made


Nantwich Market

A traditional market dating back to 1720, Nantwich Market is ideally situated in the town centre and is the perfect place to pick up your weekly shopping, a gift for that special someone or simply to treat yourself to something fabulous!

The market is open every Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday.

Cathedral of South Cheshire

The focal point of the town is the Square which is the setting for St Mary's Church, known as the 'Cathedral of South Cheshire'. One of the finest mediaeval churches in Britain, it has many interesting features. Surrounding the Church are narrow winding streets with timber-framed buildings many of which are classified as Grade I Listed.