इसे छोड़कर सीधा कॉन्टेंट पर जाएँ
AIRBNB अनुभव

Cheshire में अनोखी मनोरंजक गतिविधियाँ

Airbnb पर स्थानीय लोगों द्वारा आयोजित ऐसी गतिविधियाँ बुक करें जिन्हें आप कभी भुला नहीं पाएँगे।

बेहतरीन रेटिंग वाले अनुभव

Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Tour de Los Beatles/Historia -En español
¡Este tour de los Beatles te llevará a un día que nunca olvidarás! Si visitas Liverpool y te encantan los Beatles, esta es una visita obligada para ti. Podrás guiarte a través de todos los lugares memorables con comentarios informativos. Hablaremos sobre de los sitios que vieron nacer a John, Paul, Pete, Stuart, George y Ringo, cruzando por lugares icónicos como el former Mersey Beat, Blue Angel, etc. Luego visitaremos el pub donde Paul McCartney realizó su concierto sorpresa en el Carpool Karaoke, el famoso Phillarmonic Dining Rooms y el misterioso pub Ye Cracke; iremos por el centro historico de la ciudad, caminaremos por el Cavern Quarter, donde conocerás todo lo necesario acerca de Los Beatles en la ciudad y el lugar emblemático que los vió crecer, el Cavern Club. para de ahí terminar en las distintivas estatuas en honor a los Beatles, ubicada en el Waterfront. Iniciaremos en Williamson Square, no pierdas esta oportunidad para visitar las atracciones más emblemáticas de la ciudad. Otros aspectos destacables Solo se necesita buena disposición para recorrer la ciudad mientras descubrimos sus lugares emblemáticos. Puntualidad Vestimenta cómoda
Make a Manchester Bee Mosaic
We'll meet outside the entrance hall at Manchester Art Gallery for a short walking bee tour. The art gallery is the perfect place to spot a few bees. We will explore the significance of the Manchester bee, Industrial Revolution and Cottonoplois. We'll also look at the gorgeous William De Morgan Victorian tiles and Pre-Raphaelite Art. Then onto Manchester Town Hall to pay homage to architect Alfred Waterhouse (1830 ~1905) who designed the gothic style masterpiece. He created the incredible bee mosaic floor, the inspiration for our mosaic. Then over to Library Walk to see the flower mosaic floor and spot some more worker bees. As we make our way through the streets of Manchester we will see wonderful examples of architecture. Onto "Whitworth Locke Hotel” Co Working Space, Whitworth Street. Where we will settle in with a tea or coffee from Foundation Coffee and start to make our bee mosaics. You’ll leave with a unique mosaic to treasure forever, a wonderful memory of your trip to Manchester. All materials will be provided. I'll guide you through the mosaic process and technique, sharing my skills and tips on how to make the best bee mosaic. The experience is a wonderful welcome to Manchester, you're going to have the best time. It’s a unique experience, I know you'll love. This will be an excellent way of meeting new people if you are travelling alone.
My Great Big Smallholding Tour
Do you want to live in a greener, more sustainable way? Are you worried about climate change? Do you want to eat more fruit and vegetables? Do you want to start growing things? Are you interested in learning more about keeping chickens, and beekeeping? This tour will inspire you to get started . . . You will: • Tour the vegetable garden. Discuss permaculture, inter-cropping, perennials, no-dig, pests. Enter the greenhouse and see the hotbox and its crops: early salad, melons, tomatoes and grapes. See and discuss composting and (leaf) mulching. • Tour the fruit and nut trees. Discuss growing , grafting and crossing apples and other fruit. See cordons, step-overs, espalier, standards. See sweet chestnut, cobs and walnuts. See a family tree with three apple varieties. • See the 10+ varieties of soft fruit in the fruit cage. • Feed the chickens and check for eggs. Discuss chicks, dual-purpose birds and general care. • Watch the bees, and learn more about beekeeping. Try on a bee suit. Taste the honey. • Walk along the (planted) foraging hedge with many different types of pollen and fruit for humans / bees. See the pears grafted to hawthorn. • See the turkeys and discuss (Sep to Dec!). • See the solar panels, wood pellet boiler, smart meter. Discuss all the energy systems. • Hear a little history of 1870 Farlands House, and Hayfield village inc the dam and the Kinder Trespass. Other things to note Can't find a suitable date? Please get in touch. We will be walking/standing for 90 mins. Great walking from the door in the Peak District National Park. You are welcome to leave a car before/after.
Glassblowing Experience
I am offering an advanced session to learn the process of creating a coloured borosilicate glass pendant art work. This is a workshop session for maximum 3 people and lasts around 3 hours with a few breaks. During the session each participant makes minimum two ornaments and often more.. I teach how to blow a glass bubble into a head shape and add a face and hair with coloured glass rod. Towards the end of the session I will create a several demo pieces to show tricks and techniques. The participant will get to keep the demo pieces as well. Please note the pieces made need to be annealed in the kiln for 6 hours after the session end so they will not be ready to take home. I will post them safely or they can be picked up. This can take up to three weeks. I also issue a little self made named certificate as a memory. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age. Under 18's need to be with an adult. Welcome and Health and Safety instruction Glass Basics and tools Learning to handle a glass rod/tube Learning to create a button (maria) out of glass rod Learning to add colour to clear glass Moulding the shape Shaping the final glass artwork Other things to note Please call me on 07870738399 if you cannot find my glass workshop on the industrial site.

Cheshire के आस-पास उपलब्ध सभी अनुभव

Experience a Liverpool game at Anfield with a Liverpudlian
Experience a Liverpool F.C. game with a Liverpudlian! We'll meet at Sandhills railway station from where we'll walk to the Anfield Stadium to watch a Premier League game at Liverpool's home. Before the game, we will visit a local fan's pub to soak up the pre-game atmosphere and learn a little more about the club and its history. Tickets are included in the price of the experience, and you'll have access to seats only available to season ticket holders who can book well in advance of before they go to public sale. The Liverpool FC Anfield stadium is one of the most visited and popular stadiums in England. There are nineteen home games throughout the season and European matches, so you will have the opportunity to see some of the best players in the Premier League and Europe.
Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Goat Walking at Shiva's Farm
Looking for a stroll, but with a twist? Well, look no further than our brand new Goat Walking experience. Take one of our cheeky goats for a walk along various routes around Shiva's Farm whilst they feast on the foliage. You will find that the goats are gentle loving creatures full of mischief, and intelligence and just love human company. You will lead your own personal goat on a leisure stroll with frequent stops for them to nibble on their favorite leaves and bushes and for you to take photographs of the occasion. This experience is so much fun, so pop on your wellies or walking boots and some old clothes and enjoy 1 hour of hands-on goat antics. Shiva's Farm goats will love to climb over you for food and cause general mayhem.
Shiva's Farm Sanctaury Experience
The Shiva's farm Sanctuary days a 5-hour experience. The experience starts with a tour of the sanctuary. A hands-on farm sanctuary task, spending quality time with some of our animals. Our farm is a home for Horses, Cows, Goats, Sheep, Pig Ducks, and Chickens.
Bridgnorth Diamond Hunt - An Outdoor Walking Escape Game
You will be sent instructions from an Agent of MI7 detailing how they require your help. A diamond has gone missing and it’s up to you to find it. You have two and a half hours to complete the mission and the route takes you past pubs and cafes that you are welcome to stop at to solve puzzles and for refreshments (although the clock will still be ticking!). The mission will take you on a beautiful walk around Bridgnorth, whilst solving puzzles and challenges to find the next location, and ultimately, the diamond. This is an outdoor walking escape game, therefore you are timed and if you succeed, you could make our leaderboard! The puzzles and challenges are given to you in a backpack which must be returned at the end. If you have done escape rooms before, you will know what to expect, but if you haven’t, you will still enjoy this challenging experience (without being locked in a room). Once you have the backpack, you complete this experience without me, together as a group. This activity is intended to be done as a private group, however if you are a small group and would not mind if others joined, then feel free to book places as a public group. If you have any questions at all, please get in touch.
Try Manchester's traditional beers in a Mancunian pub
We will try about 5 local beers with a local guide that will give you an extensive overview of how the beer is produced. This activity is perfect for beer fanatics, and it will also be fun for people who enjoy a pint once in a while as you will be trying unusual Mancunian beers.
Introduction to Foraging Course
We will take an approximately two and a half-hour walk (two to three miles) around some woodland and grassland, stopping regularly to discuss (and in many cases eat!) the many edible goodies we find along the way, whether that be plants, fruits, nuts or mushrooms! What we’ll find depends on the time of year. The route is mostly flat and we’ll go at a steady pace. Although the main focus will be foraging from the perspective of wild food, we will also touch upon foraging from the perspective of what can be foraged for non-food uses, such as medicinal purposes, making fire or making your own natural string and rope! This course is designed to introduce people to foraging in a way that is fun, safe, and enjoyable, connecting to nature and tapping into the many wellbeing benefits of foraging. We’ll be tasting many of the things we find and the course will cover, amongst other things: - Finding and discussing over 25 species common across the UK that have food, medicinal and/or bushcraft purposes, such as make-shift plasters or to make string. - How to identify the plants, flowers, fruits and mushrooms we come across. - Foraging laws and principles to ensure you forage safely and responsibly. - Information about poisonous species to avoid, and how to forage in a way that will ensure you always stay safe and can forage in a way that is fun and enjoyable.
Throw a mug on the pottery wheel with a master potter
Fancy having a throw with a master potter? This is a pottery class where you will learn how to handle clay, from preparing to manipulating it by hand on the pottery wheel. Guided by David (of Partington's Pots), you will produce your very own hand-thrown mug. After the session, the pot will be fired and available to collect (or be posted to you) the following week. This activity will take place inside a vibrant artist studio, buzzing with Salford-based creatives. This is your opportunity to unleash your inner artist!
Tour de Los Beatles/Historia -En español
¡Este tour de los Beatles te llevará a un día que nunca olvidarás! Si visitas Liverpool y te encantan los Beatles, esta es una visita obligada para ti. Podrás guiarte a través de todos los lugares memorables con comentarios informativos. Hablaremos sobre de los sitios que vieron nacer a John, Paul, Pete, Stuart, George y Ringo, cruzando por lugares icónicos como el former Mersey Beat, Blue Angel, etc. Luego visitaremos el pub donde Paul McCartney realizó su concierto sorpresa en el Carpool Karaoke, el famoso Phillarmonic Dining Rooms y el misterioso pub Ye Cracke; iremos por el centro historico de la ciudad, caminaremos por el Cavern Quarter, donde conocerás todo lo necesario acerca de Los Beatles en la ciudad y el lugar emblemático que los vió crecer, el Cavern Club. para de ahí terminar en las distintivas estatuas en honor a los Beatles, ubicada en el Waterfront. Iniciaremos en Williamson Square, no pierdas esta oportunidad para visitar las atracciones más emblemáticas de la ciudad. Otros aspectos destacables Solo se necesita buena disposición para recorrer la ciudad mientras descubrimos sus lugares emblemáticos. Puntualidad Vestimenta cómoda
Afternoon tea with cheeky sheep
Enjoy afternoon tea in the garden with stunning meadowland views. Our friendly sheep can't wait to eat snacks and have cuddles. We now have baby lambs on the bottle from April to June who are extremely cute! We cannot wait to see ewe!!! Instagra m- @teawithsheep We can also change times to accommodate visitors and do request decoration for special events. Also this activity is not advised for anyone pregnant. Also please wear comfortable shoes you don’t mind potentially getting dirty.
Naze View Farm Alpaca Experience
You will arrive at the farm - which has wonderful views We will give you a short talk on the Alpacas; * how to keep you and your Alpaca safe * how to put your Alpaca at ease and gain the most from your experience. * the care and husbandry tasks for alpacas We will match you to the Alpaca which would suit you best, collect "the boys" and go for a walk around our farm - this will be through wooded areas and fields and we will stop to allow you time to pet the Alpacas and get to know them. PLEASE ENSURE YOU WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR. We will have cuddles and photo opportunities and hand feed them. You will be able to feel some of their fleece and if you wish you can collect some alpaca poop if you wish to make some "fertiliser tea" once you return home to help your garden grow! You may have the chance to meet our Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep. You will leave the experience with increased knowledge about these wonderful animals and benefit from some time in their company. There are 3 alpacas, each visitor will have 1 alpaca each, if you have a group of more than 3 people, please get in touch. Alpacas are friendly animals who have a natural curiosity. They are nervous and can be startled easily so we try and minimise loud noises and quick movement, please ensure long hair is tied back. The experience is WEATHER DEPENDENT.
Make a Manchester Bee Mosaic
We'll meet outside the entrance hall at Manchester Art Gallery for a short walking bee tour. The art gallery is the perfect place to spot a few bees. We will explore the significance of the Manchester bee, Industrial Revolution and Cottonoplois. We'll also look at the gorgeous William De Morgan Victorian tiles and Pre-Raphaelite Art. Then onto Manchester Town Hall to pay homage to architect Alfred Waterhouse (1830 ~1905) who designed the gothic style masterpiece. He created the incredible bee mosaic floor, the inspiration for our mosaic. Then over to Library Walk to see the flower mosaic floor and spot some more worker bees. As we make our way through the streets of Manchester we will see wonderful examples of architecture. Onto "Whitworth Locke Hotel” Co Working Space, Whitworth Street. Where we will settle in with a tea or coffee from Foundation Coffee and start to make our bee mosaics. You’ll leave with a unique mosaic to treasure forever, a wonderful memory of your trip to Manchester. All materials will be provided. I'll guide you through the mosaic process and technique, sharing my skills and tips on how to make the best bee mosaic. The experience is a wonderful welcome to Manchester, you're going to have the best time. It’s a unique experience, I know you'll love. This will be an excellent way of meeting new people if you are travelling alone.
My Great Big Smallholding Tour
Do you want to live in a greener, more sustainable way? Are you worried about climate change? Do you want to eat more fruit and vegetables? Do you want to start growing things? Are you interested in learning more about keeping chickens, and beekeeping? This tour will inspire you to get started . . . You will: • Tour the vegetable garden. Discuss permaculture, inter-cropping, perennials, no-dig, pests. Enter the greenhouse and see the hotbox and its crops: early salad, melons, tomatoes and grapes. See and discuss composting and (leaf) mulching. • Tour the fruit and nut trees. Discuss growing , grafting and crossing apples and other fruit. See cordons, step-overs, espalier, standards. See sweet chestnut, cobs and walnuts. See a family tree with three apple varieties. • See the 10+ varieties of soft fruit in the fruit cage. • Feed the chickens and check for eggs. Discuss chicks, dual-purpose birds and general care. • Watch the bees, and learn more about beekeeping. Try on a bee suit. Taste the honey. • Walk along the (planted) foraging hedge with many different types of pollen and fruit for humans / bees. See the pears grafted to hawthorn. • See the turkeys and discuss (Sep to Dec!). • See the solar panels, wood pellet boiler, smart meter. Discuss all the energy systems. • Hear a little history of 1870 Farlands House, and Hayfield village inc the dam and the Kinder Trespass. Other things to note Can't find a suitable date? Please get in touch. We will be walking/standing for 90 mins. Great walking from the door in the Peak District National Park. You are welcome to leave a car before/after.
Meet and Feed Lambs in the Peak District
Enjoy a lamb feeding experience here in the Peak District. With the lambing season well underway, we’ll have lots of lovely Cade (orphan) lambs who need bottle feeding to help them thrive and the chance to feed them will make memories to last a lifetime. On the grass see them skip and jump. There will be lots of opportunities to ask questions and take plenty of photos. As well as getting up close to our lovely lambs, we’ll wander through the fields and see the main sheep flock. We’ll meet and feed the chickens and peacocks and collect any eggs. You can stay with us longer in our luxury retreat with panoramic views at airbnb.com/h/the-garden-nook-derbyshire
Glassblowing Experience
I am offering an advanced session to learn the process of creating a coloured borosilicate glass pendant art work. This is a workshop session for maximum 3 people and lasts around 3 hours with a few breaks. During the session each participant makes minimum two ornaments and often more.. I teach how to blow a glass bubble into a head shape and add a face and hair with coloured glass rod. Towards the end of the session I will create a several demo pieces to show tricks and techniques. The participant will get to keep the demo pieces as well. Please note the pieces made need to be annealed in the kiln for 6 hours after the session end so they will not be ready to take home. I will post them safely or they can be picked up. This can take up to three weeks. I also issue a little self made named certificate as a memory. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age. Under 18's need to be with an adult. Welcome and Health and Safety instruction Glass Basics and tools Learning to handle a glass rod/tube Learning to create a button (maria) out of glass rod Learning to add colour to clear glass Moulding the shape Shaping the final glass artwork Other things to note Please call me on 07870738399 if you cannot find my glass workshop on the industrial site.