The Draycott Arms

VILLAGE PUB & RESTAURANT

Cheadle Road, Draycott, Stoke-On-Trent ST11 9RQ

01782 911030

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Local Attractions

We are simply surrounded by things to see, do and get involved in. Here are just a few of the exciting attrcations you can access in the area...and don't forget to follow up an exciting day with a delicious evening meal at The Draycott Arms!! Just click on the icons below and go straight to attraction websites for more info.

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At just 8.5 miles away, Alton Towers Resort can't be ignored as a local attraction! Catering for all ages the resort is now open for the 2015 season right through until 8th November 2015. Don't forget, as well as rides, activites and regular events, Alton Towers Spa is open all year round for pure relaxation.

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With a rich history of art and pottery, Stoke-On-Trent cannot be ignored in the artistic world. Visit two fabulous museums that explore this cultural period - The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and The Gladstone Pottery Museum. You can even have a go yourself!

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Established in 1991, Blackbrook zoological park has recently reopened with fantastic new exhibits. With conservation at its heart, the park boasts to largest bird collection in the UK, and has recently launched a one-of-a-kind penguin park. Get up-close and personal, and inspire your kids with interactive experiences of lemurs, wallabies, penguins and more!

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A beautiful 11-mile journey from Froghall to Leekbrook on some of Britains classic steam trains. Reopened in 2001 after 40 years, the journey takes you through 5 stations, each with its own story to tell.