Nantwich High Street

Nantwich is a charming historical market town, set beside the River Weaver, with a rich history, a wealth of beautiful timber framed buildings, a quaint town square with memorial tribute, a wide range of specialty shops and one of the finest medieval town churches in Britain, St Mary’s.

Visitors will find inns offering a warm welcome, fine restaurants and cosy cafés.  Nantwich offers a wealth of unique ideas for shopping, in over 200 specialist stores and a long-established traditional market. The relaxed atmosphere, ample car parking, individual customer service and vast choice of goods offer a most enjoyable shopping experience.

Stretch your legs on a pleasant walk from the town centre, taking in the Riverside Park, the Shropshire Union Canal and the historic Welsh Row or discover some of the fascinating history of the town brought to life by Nantwich Museum.

A vibrant town, Nantwich is host to a number of high profile events which attract thousands of visitors every year, transforming it into a town of friendly merriment.

It is an increasingly popular visitor destination for short breaks and is in easy reach of other tourist destinations in the Peak District and North Wales.

 

Coco Yard Entrance
Flower Display And Shops In Pepper Street
Nantwich River And Bridge
Buildings And Shops On High Street
St Marys Church And Green Frontage
Nantwich Market And St Marys Church

Out & About

There are many visitor attractions within a short distance of the town, including Bridgemere Nursery and Garden World, the Secret Nuclear Bunker and Cholmondeley Castle Gardens.

It is also a major centre for canal holidays with several marinas within easy reach on the Shropshire Union and Llangollen canals.

Whatever your interests, you’ll find plenty to do in Nantwich, so come and visit for day out, a short break or make Nantwich a base for a longer holiday.

For more information contact the Tourism Information Centre on 01270 303150 or e-mail tourist.information@nantwichtowncouncil.gov.uk