A different type of Cheshire day out for me saw me at Manchester Airport with a spotty little boy recovering from chickenpox.
Manchester Airport is set in North Cheshire's stunning, green countryside. Beautiful.
The Viewing Park is a purpose built viewing area and is next to the taxiways that are used by aircraft landing and leaving the airport. There are 3 raised mounds that give a higher view of the airfield. We were so close to the planes and our grandson loved it . Best of all it is a FREE attraction but we paid parking.
The car park is huge, and there is a Shop, a hangar with Concorde in it, a complete Avro Jet, a Monarch DC-10 nose section, a complete BEA Hawker Siddley HS-121 Trident 3B and a complete Hawker-Siddeley Nimrod.
There are various tours of Concorde and it is housed in its own hangar.
The cost was £5.00 parking for two hours which made for a cheap morning out for a little boy recovering from chickenpox.