Staffordshire offers unforgettable experiences, excitement, fun days out and incredible adventures.
For Staffordsheer Excitement, Relaxation or Heaven there really is something for everyone.
Those looking for a fun filled family break will find us ideally located for you to enjoy the thrills of Alton Towers or Drayton Manor Theme Park; get up close with the Barbary Macaques at Trentham Monkey Forest; or enjoy a woodland adventure at Weston Park.
If you preference is for relaxation, then luxury spas including Hoar Cross Hall and Moddershall Oaks are the answer, or for fabulous gardens take a short trip to visit some of England’s finest: Dorothy Clive Garden; Trentham Gardens or Biddulph Grange. You could also discover the world capital of ceramics on The Ceramics Trail
If your idea of heaven is dramatic scenery and the great outdoors, then Staffordshire delivers. From the wilds of Cannock Chase to the awe inspiring National Memorial Arboretum; from a quiet trip on a canal boat to the magnificence of a stately home, Staffordshire is irresistible.
Stafford Town Centre Partnership always have plenty to keep you entertained with their fantastic calendar of festival and events that will appeal to all.
There are few places in Staffordshire with such a wide variety of architectural styles as our county town. The Stafford Town Trail features two Norman churches, each with later influences and additions, a number of Tudor and Stuart half-timbered buildings, along with handsome Queen Anne and Georgian town houses. The public buildings include the Classical Shire Hall, the French Gothic Borough Hall, and the early Edwardian Baroque County Buildings. The Stafford Town Trail should take you no longer than an hour, although you may wish to explore the additional sites [A – F]. Much of the route is pedestrianised, with good wheel-chair access.