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Explore and enjoy the stunning parkland, woodland and plantations at Haigh Hall at Country Park.
A magnificent 18th Century country house set in Heaton Park's rolling landscape.
Wooded river valleys with hillside views. Guided walk leaflet available from Rochdale Tourist Information Centre
Close to Alderley Edge, Hare Hill offers a tranquil Woodland garden which comes to life in spectacular style eary in the summer months.
Woodlands surround three reservoirs with paths and picnic sites and access to the Red Rock cycle and bridleway. Small nature reserve, Visitor Centre and Fishing.
Worthington Lakes is a joint project run in conjunction with North West Water that offers quiet walks, fishing and picnicking. With access to the Red Rock Cycle and Bridle Way, Worthington Lakes provides something for everyone.
Six reservoirs surrounded by open moorland. Fishing allowed in two lakes. 3-mile walk leaflet available. Limited wheelchair access.
off Moss Bank Way, Bolton
Take a stroll around this former industrial village to admire the former homes of mill workers and the stream once used to power waterwheels.
Restored from an old industrial site, the park has now become a place of national scientific interest due to its unique wildlife. You can enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding and model aircraft flying and there is a large play area for children.
Located within walking distance of Ramsbottom town centre and the East Lancashire Railway station, this popular riverside park includes a children's play ground, fitness trail and regular events.
A visitor centre featuring exhibitions on local history, landscape and environmental management.
A popular Victorian Park, close to Rochdale Town Centre. Main features are the façade of Falinge Hall and the Mawson designed formal gardens.
This pretty small green space offers a children's play area and a multi-use games area. During the summer the park plays host to the Beech Road Festival.
Alexandra is a 15 acre park. Various events are held throughout the year
The canal linked the Duke of Bridgewater's mines in Worsley to Manchester, enabling enough coal to reach the city centre to kick start the industrial revolution. Beautiful black and white buildings, one of the oldest dry-docks in the country.
Extensive glasshouses where total plant stock for city parks and civic buildings is propagated. Elizabethan house set in 109 acres of parkland.
Heritage centre in a countryside setting. Ironworks stables, local history and displays. With a varied events programme.
Opened in 1893 this 235 foot long engineering masterpiece was built to carry the Bridgewater Canal over the Manchester Ship Canal. The aqueduct swings full of 800 tons of water.