A 13TH century hall and a church will be opened to the public as part of Europe’s largest heritage festival.
More than 50 buildings in Cheshire West will be taking part in the Heritage Open Days initiative from tomorrow (Thursday) to Sunday.
Members of the public are invited for a look around Parkgate and Neston United Reformed Church, Parkgate Road, on Saturday between 10am and 4pm.
Established in 1858, the church is an airy building boasting many interesting architectural features.
There is a car park, wheelchair access, refreshments and a garden.
The beautifully restored 13th century Ince Manor, Marsh Lane, Ince, will open on Sunday from 10am-4pm.
The privately owned Grade I scheduled monument is one of the earliest recorded properties belonging to the abbey of St Werburgh.
There is no wheelchair access and the only parking is on the roadside.
The programme of open days has been produced by Cheshire West and Chester Council in partnership with the Chester Civic Trust.