Worsley Village

The stunning and picturesque village of Worsley was once the heart of the transport revolution with the construction of the Bridgewater Canal. Today, you can take in the beauty of the village in a circular route, which includes the Worsley Court House, the Bridgewater Canal, Worsley Woods and more.

Salford Quays

Salford Quays is Greater Manchester’s unique waterfront destination, hosting a range of world-class entertainment, leisure and cultural facilities. A wander around the Quays takes in gleaming architecture, stunning waterways and museums and galleries to enjoy.  

Peel Park

Located just next to Salford University, Peel Park features a host of attractions including the Marie Curie Field of Hope and two sculptures which form part of the Irwell Valley Sculpture Trail. Walking routes can follow the River Irwell.

Blackleach Country Park

Blackleach Country Park in Walkden is a Green Flag designated Local Nature Reserve, ideally located just half a mile from Walkden town centre. The 50 hectare site is perfect to enjoy a wander through the countryside and appreciate the local wildlife.

Buile Hill Park & Hall

Buile Hill Park is Salford’s largest park, with a varied and important history. The 87-acre park is Grade-II listed, and was frequented by L.S Lowry. With picnic areas, games and courts, and plenty of opportunities for walks, it’s a great place to enjoy a day in the region’s countryside.

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