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Visitor Centres: Outline


We now have a dedicated tourism website for the Cannock Chase Area:

www.visitcannockchase.co.uk

 



Museum of Cannock Chasemuseum wheel

The Museum of Cannock Chase site was once home to the Valley Colliery; the training pit for thousands of young men beginning their working lives in the local coal industry. The pit has gone and in its place are over 30 acres of green space on the edge of Cannock Chase, at the gateway to the Hednesford Hills Nature Reserve.

 

For further information visit the Museum of Cannock Chase section.

 

Also for further information visit our tourism website:
www.visitcannockchase.co.uk


Birches Valley Forest CentreBirches Valley Forest sign

Set in the midst of Cannock Chase area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Forest Centre provides the ideal base for a host of educational and recreational activities.
For further information visit our tourism website:
www.visitcannockchase.co.uk



Cannock Chase Visitor Centre
visitor centre
The Visitor Centre and Cafe at Marquis Drive in Cannock Chase Country Park is the starting point of numerous self-guided walking and family cycling routes, including special routes for disabled people.

 

For further information visit our tourism website:
www.visitcannockchase.co.uk

 

Related Contacts

Birches Valley Forest Centre

Tel: (01889) 586593

Fax: (01889) 574217

Visit: www.forestry.gov.uk

Birches Valley Forest Centre, Lady Hill, Rugeley, Staffordshire, WS15 2UQ

Cannock Chase Visitor Centre

Tel: (01543) 876741

Visit: http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk

Cannock Chase Visitor Centre, Marquis Drive, Hednesford, Staffordshire, WS12 4PW

Museum of Cannock Chase

Tel: (01543) 877666

Fax: (01543) 428272

Museum of Cannock Chase, Valley Road, Hednesford, Staffordshire, WS12 1TD

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