Industrial Salt Heritage Open Day

Lion Salt Works
12th September 2015

Enjoy the 2015 Heritage Open Days around Northwich .... 

As a part of Heritage Open Days, explore Mid Cheshire’s salty past. Salt production was a thriving industry and local towns were shaped by its presence and salt was exported all over the world. Heritage sites across Northwich (the hub of the Cheshire salt industry) will open for free with exclusive access to restricted areas, free tours, walks and talks to celebrate this unique heritage.

  • Lion Salt Works free entry.
  • Anderton Boat Lift
    free ‘Top of the World’ Tours.
  • Northwich Community Woodlands –
    free guided walks.
  • In the town centre –
    Artisan Market and activities.

Free transport between sites.

Booking required for some tours and activities. Please contact Saltscape  for details of events and access.

Location:

Lion Salt Works
Ollershaw Lane
Marston
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 6ES

Tel: 01606 275040

WWW: The Lion Salt Works

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Please Note: The information regarding this event was correct at the date of publication. Whilst we strive to keep our information up to date, this information can change without notice. Please check with the event before attending.

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