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Stapeley Water Gardens

Stapeley Water Gardens, one mile south of Nantwich, presents a day out with enough interest to keep the whole family entertained.

The stunning water gardens contain the National collection of waterlilies which are in blom from June to September. The Palms Tropical Oasis contains a whole new world of rare plants, as well as animals. Thge oasis features tamarin monkeys, toucans, piranhas, sharks and crocodile, and provides the unique experience of being in a tropical rainforest.

At the huge garden centre the visitor will find everything required for the garden. There is also a newly opened camping and outdoor superstore. Stapeley's Angling Superstore is one of the largest of its kind in the country.

There various activities for children during schools holidays at Stapeley Water Gardens, as well as "Meet the Keeper" sessions every Saturday plus Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the school holidays.

Children's play area. Café. Free wheelchair loan. No dogs (except guide dogs). Disabled Access. One mile south of Nantwich on the A51 to Stone. Jct 16 off the M6