Things to do
Located behind the King Street shops is the beautiful open space of The Moor.
Here you'll find a children's play area, picnic benches, plus a large expanse of grass.
A footpath encircles the whole area, so you can wander along the River Lily (more of a stream) or past the tip of Tatton Mere, which provides the opportunity to feed the variety of resident birds, including ducks and swans.
There's nearby parking on King Street Car Park, with toilets adjacent to a dog friendly coffee shop called Tatton Perk. Where they serve a delicious selection of drinks and snacks available to take away if you wish.
Knutsford Heritage Centre
Situated in a quaint 17th century timber frame building of an old forge, Knutsford Heritage Centre is a real hidden gem.
It's most famous inhabitant is the impressive Knutsford Millennium Tapestry which spans 3 walls of the Tapestry Gallery, and took 3000 local residents 4 years to complete.
A number of other exhibits are displayed at the Heritage Centre throughout the year, including those linked to Knutsford's famous Royal May Day. Plus 2 picturesque courtyard gardens are dotted with yet more historic artefacts, and both provide a peaceful spot to sit for a while.
Open Thurs-Sat 11am-4pm, discover this fascinating place nestled between Princess Street (via Heritage Way) and King Street (through the narrow archway next to Age UK).
Taste Knutsford Food Tour
Eat and drink you way around the town with a Taste Knutsford experience.
Accompanied by a guide, you'll embark on a 3 hour food & drink tour visiting around 7 or 8 dining & drinking venues in the town.
These range from sit down meals, to grabbing samples on the go, and include a variety of savoury food, sweet treats, alcoholic drinks, and coffees.
You can read a full write up of the Taste Knutsford tour experience on the Scene in Knutsford Blog Pages.
If this whets your appetite, tickets can be booked via the Taste Knutsford website.
This popular National Trust attraction encompases a huge expanse of deer parkland and the waters of Tatton Mere, which is easily reached on foot from the Knutsford entrance situated at the end of King Street.
Further in to the park, visitors can also explore 50 acres of stunning gardens, tour the Mansion and meet the Tatton Farm animals (entrance fees apply).
Tatton Park opens all year round (closing on Mondays during low season) and opening times do vary throughout the year.
Details of opening times, entrance fees, and special events can be found on the Tatton Park website.
Thanks to a recent refurbishment, Knutsford's very own cinema now has 3 screens, a pleasant foyer with seating, plus a bar area. Enabling you to keep up to date with the latest movies in style and comfort.
A selection of food and drinks can be purchased for you to enjoy during the film. Including sourdough pizzas, sweet & savoury snacks, hot & cold drinks, plus alcoholic beverages.
Curzon cinema is conveniently just a couple of minutes walk from Knutsford Train Station, and there's also parking behind the adjacent garage.
For film listings and to book tickets, visit the Curzon Cinema website.