Where Science Meets Nature

  1. Forests, Festivals & Family Days
    Spread out a rug at Chester’s open-air theatre or Tatton’s outdoor cinema, encourage little imaginations to soar in the creative chaos of Rode Hall’s annual lakeside rumpus, and go on an art-fuelled hunt for a vanishing vocabulary of natural words at Dunham Massey and Quarry Bank. The great outdoors provides a stunning setting for these events and more.
  2. Moons, Movies & Memory Making
    Celebrate 75 years of space exploration at Jodrell Bank, Britain’s latest Unesco World Heritage Site, and watch a blockbuster movie beneath the stars in Chester’s Roman Gardens. Enter a landscape of sound and vision in woods at the edge of Delamere, and see a rainbow of illuminations light up a dark winter’s night in Crewe. These are just some of this year’s experiences that promise to be out of this world.
  3. Inventions, Ideas & Imaginative Outings
    Immerse yourself in Sven Werner’s audiovisual dreamscape at its global premiere at Storyhouse. See rare Japanese woodblock prints, collected in the 19th century by Wilbraham Egerton, at Tatton Park. And travel back to the days of the industrial revolution at Ellesmere Port on patrol with a night watchman. Read on for more fascinating ways to investigate how our world works.
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