Warrington Out and About

Walton Gardens

Walton Gardens was originally part of a much larger country estate purchased in 1812 by the Greenall family, famous for their success in the brewing industry.

Walton Gardens has spacious lawns, picnic areas, a play area, a children's zoo and various other outdoor activities. The gardens and mature parkland are beautiful to see all year round, which makes is an ideal family day out for everyone.

Pyramid & Parr Hall

Parr Hall & Pyramid are two of the North West's leading venues for entertainment and art. While Parr Hall regularly attracts the biggest names in showbiz, the Pyramid also plays host to a variety of classes and workshops, so whatever your age or level, there will be something for you to try here.

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is a Grade II listed building and one of the oldest municipal museums in the UK. Travel through times and around the world as the permanent galleries feature a wealth of material on the natural world as well as local and social galleries providing an insight into the industries that shaped the town and area. In addition to the permanent displays, the museum also has an award-winning programme of events and temporary exhibitions. Recent shows have featured work by famous artists such as Sam Taylor-Wood, Tracy Emin and Banksy.


The city's professional rugby league football club are the Warrington Wolves. Their games are played at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, which has a capacity of 15,500. You can get Transpennine Express trains to Warrington to conveniently reach the stadium ready for the game.

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