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Nearby Attractions
No matter what you’re looking for – fun, adventure, history, nature – all of the Amos Leisure Locations are the perfect base to explore the many attractions of the Staffordshire Moorlands and neighbouring Derbyshire and Stoke on Trent.
Here are just some of the attractions that are within easy reach of all 3 Amos Leisure Locations. Click on the links to find out more.

Alton Towers
The UK’s leading theme park that’s packed full of thrills and family entertainment. It’s only two miles away by road and just a mile by path across the fields!

Chatsworth House
One of the country’s finest stately homes, set in beautiful grounds and filled with art treasures. For the kids there are farm animals and a great woodland adventure playground.

Churnet Valley Railway
Take a steam train down the beautiful valley. Nearest station is Froghall, just three miles away.

Gulliver’s Kingdom
Family-themed adventure park at Matlock Bath.

RSPB Coombes Valley Reserve
Nature reserve with programme of family events.

Foxfield Railway
Family fun on former colliery line. Starts near Blythe Bridge.

Peak District
Hundreds of square miles of fantastic countryside are on the doorstep. Walk, cycle, climb, enjoy.

Stoke on Trent
Museums, theatres, visitor centres… plenty to see in the home of the Potteries.

Trentham Gardens
Scenic walks, Monkey Forest and the family thrills of Aerial Extreme.

The UK’s No1 aqua park. Open all year round and convenient to find at Stoke on Trent’s Festival Park.

Rudyard Lake Steam Railway
Three-mile round trip on a miniature railway beside a picturesque lake. Special events include Driver Experience courses.

Kingsley Bird & Falconry Centre
Thirty-acre woodland reserve overlooking the Churnet Valley, home to collection of owls and bird of prey. Tea room and shop on site.

Brown End Farm Cycle Hire
Choose from full range of bikes including children’s and cycle directly onto the traffic-free scenic Manifold Track at Waterhouses.

Peak Pursuits
Get your pulse racing with pursuits like climbing, canoeing, mountain biking and abseiling. Organised activities in the Peak District for leisure, education and corporate groups.

Inspiring scenery as the River Dove runs through a deep-sided gorge. The picture-postcard village of Ilam is home to the National Trust-owned Ilam Park which hosts a year-round programme of events.

Carsington Water
Set in impressive rural location just a couple of miles over the hill from Watermill Barns, Carsington Water hosts a great range of outdoor activities, from a gentle walk around the shore to mountain biking, angling, windsurfing and kayaking. Visitor centre and children’s play facilities.

Tissington Hall
A quintessentially English village, complete with duck pond and village green, presided over by Tissington Hall, a Jacobean mansion, now a party and event venue. Six wells in the village are colourfully decorated in May every year in a well dressing festival that dates back generations.

Visit Heart Of England 
The Heart of England Region covers: Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Ironbridge, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Birmingham, 
Coventry and the Black Country. Situated in the HEART of the country, visiting the Heart offers the opportunity to discover what really makes England tick. 
Staffordshire has some of the best days out and attractions in the UK. Like the teeth-rattling rides at Drayton Manor Park or those at Alton Towers.
Staffordshire is also brimming with culture. Did you know that it's home to the only china fit for a Royal dinner party? The world's greatest pottery manufacturers, including Royal Doulton, Spode and Portmeirion are based in Staffordshire.
For those seeking a little more adventure, there are sporting thrills to be found at Tamworth's indoor SnowDome, and Stoke-on-Trent's Waterworld, the UK's number one indoor aqua park.
Don't forget to see the panorama of Cannock Chase - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and take brisk bracing walks in the Peak District National park.
For information on upcoming events and things to do in the Midlands Visit www.visitheartofengland.com