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About the county of StaffordshireIn the Northern parts of central England lies the county of Staffordshire. The picturesque county town of Stafford offers something for everyone from Historic stately homes and ancient castles to beautiful gardens and exciting theme parks. In the
town of Stoke-on-Trent you will find the famous visitor centres of fine porcelain such as Wedgewood, Spode and Royal Doulton known as 'The Potteries'. The nearby 'Alton Towers' theme park boasts over 150 rides and attractions and offers a great family day out. The city of Lichfield has many attractions including 'Lichfield Cathedral, the only medieval English Cathedral with three spires.
See our recommended Staffordshire towns and villages below, along with our listed Staffordshire attractions, and Staffordshire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Staffordshire
The village has many elegant stone buildings, and there is a circular lock-up and the romantic ruins of a 12th-century castle...
Cheadle has several fine black and white half timbered buildings in the town that date from the 16th-century..
Attractively situated on the banks of the Caldon Canal in the beautiful Churnet Valley. Froghall offers visitors the opportunity to experience a diverse range of landscapes including fine watermeadows with a wealth of wildlife...
In the 8th century the Saxon Kingdom of Mercia was ruled from Tamworth. Later in AD 913, a fortress was built here by the daughter of King Alfred...All Staffordshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Staffordshire
Dominating Stafford's Greengate Street, is an impressive Elizabethan building that has stood at the centre of the town for over.....
This is the foremost museum for fine porcelain produced over several centuries in the famous potteries of Staffordshire. Here,.....All Staffordshire AttractionsCastles in StaffordshireStaffordshire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
The poet Matthew Arnold was the person who first called Oxford the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ in his poem 'Thyrsis' which was written in December of 1865.
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