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Sea Life has over 5,000 creatures including sharks, seahorses, octopus, jellyfish and rays. You can watch fun talks and feed shows throughout the day while holding a crab or touching a starfish in an interactive touchpool experience.
The Runway Visitor Park at Manchester Airport is home to five aircraft, including the legendary Concorde G-BOAC. The Park’s other aircraft are Nimrod, the DC-10, Trident and the AVRO RJX. Learn more about them below.
Chadkirk Country Estate is around 60 acres and is comprised of low lying farm land and Ancient woodland. These Ancient woodlands are designated as Sib’s (Sites of Biological Importance) due to the rich flora & fauna associated with them.
Hat Works is the UK's only museum dedicated to the hatting industry, hats and headwear.
Exhibitions change monthly and cover all aspects of fine art and craft, which include photography and local history.
The UK's most authentic indoor ski resort, complete with real snow and a welcoming atmosphere.
Stoke On Trent
World of Wedgwood is an inspiring visitor experience, combining an array of engaging attractions that bring to life Wedgwood’s 250 years’ heritage in the British ceramics industry.
Explore the Theatre of Dreams, home of Manchester United.
This hub of activity in the heart of Bolton has enough variety for repeat visits.
The award-winning Gallery Oldham presents innovative, contemporary art alongside natural history collections and offers a great mix of family events, live music programmes and arts & craft courses for adults.
Manchester's gallery in the park
Great plantsman's garden with interesting historic features like an Orangery, Pump House, Victorian Bark House. A winter garden containing almost 700 different plant species and a further 1,600 shrubs opened in 2009 .
Although closed since 1993, the building retains much of it's stained glass and tiling.
In the attractive, waterside setting of Portland Basin, the newly refurbished Heritage centre celebrates the people, events and industries, which have shaped the history of Tameside over the past two hundred years.