Warrington Tourist Information

Warrington Town Hall designed by James Gibbs in 1750

Warrington Town Hall designed by James Gibbs in 1750

Attractions in the area include the popular family fun Gulliver’s World Resort with Splash Zone and Warrington sits alongside the Bridgewater Canal making it the perfect gateway into the North West’s canal network. Take time to admire Warrington’s spectacular Georgian town hall famously designed by the architect James Gibbs in 1750 with many original features in place including the drainpipes!

Trans-Pennine Trail

Warrington is popular with walkers and cyclists. The town sits directly alongside the Trans Pennine Trail open to walkers, cyclists and horse riders. This popular Coast to Coast trail links Southport in the west to Hornsea in the east, running for 215 miles across the heart of the North West.

Warrington Golf

Warrington golf courses are world class. A choice of premier golfing challenges surround this Cheshire commercial centre including the rural Warrington Golf Club in the Appleton area, Poulton Park Golf Course, a 9 hole course which can be played as an 18 hole course, Birchwood Golf & Country Club, Walton Hall Golf Course and further afield Lymm Golf Club, one of Cheshire’s finest courses. A superb floodlit Drivetime Golf Driving Range with 60 bays is also at Centre Park, Warrington.

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