Stoke-on-Trent sits within the county of Staffordshire, which offers some great attractions for every age and interest. If you're the active type, you can experience Staffordshire from the treetops at Aerial Extreme. Ascend Awesome Walls. Dive in at Waterworld and chase thrills at Alton Towers. Nature lovers will enjoy the Monkey Forest and gardens at The Trentham Estate, plus the Peak District is only an hour away by car and craft enthusiasts can become an honorary potter at Emma Bridgewater. There's plenty to do in Staffordshire but don't forget that we're in the middle of things here and with a train station on your doorstep, you can explore the rest of the UK too.
The Sugarmill and The Underground are great local music venues and Staffordshire offers plenty of town centre music and food festivals. For the cultural type, the Regent Theatre and Victoria Hall boast great shows all year round. Trentham Gardens offers summer evening outdoor concerts and award-winning gardens for a picnic or walk. Our own Bet365 Stadium hosts regular football matches. Home to Stoke City Football Club, the stadium holds 28,000 people. Plenty of room for you to join the terraces to roar on 'The Potters'.
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