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A magnificent 18th Century country house set in Heaton Park's rolling landscape.
Explore and enjoy the stunning parkland, woodland and plantations at Haigh Hall at Country Park.
Deep in the beautiful lower reaches of the Goyt Valley, nestling on the edge of the Peak District, south of Manchester, lies the picturesque and tranquil Roman Lakes Leisure Park.
Healey Dell is a beauty spot and wildlife sanctuary rich in industrial archaeology, two miles from Rochdale town centre on the way to Whitworth and Bacup. The Healey Dell Heritage Centre now has Victorian themed tea rooms from April 2013 .
Extensive glasshouses where total plant stock for city parks and civic buildings is propagated. Elizabethan house set in 109 acres of parkland.
Once part of the Alkrington Hall estate, this area of mature woodland provides an ideal habitat for wide ranging flora and fauna.
Enjoy an exciting range of activities for all ages and abilities.
Rochdale's town centre park, the oldest in the Borough, is of great historic interest and contains the statue of John Bright MP. Of considerable landscape beauty and charm with significant views of the area.
Close Park is a public park located approximately 3 miles from Bury town centre and 1 mile from Radcliffe town centre. The park has a bowling green, football pitches, outdoor gym equipment, children's play area.
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.
Longford Park is the largest municipal park in the borough of Trafford covering approximately 22 hectares.
The Three Sisters Recreation Area offers a first class motor sports arena, a boating lake and pleasant nature trails which cater for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
A country park offering families a fun-packed day in the countryside with two fantastic play areas set among 40 hectares of woodlands, meadows, waterways and a lake with fishing platforms.
Tandle Hill is a mixture of magnificent beech woodland and open grassland with a wide panorama of the surrounding countryside. There are several walks around the park and links to Crompton Moor. Cafe in the Visitor Centre.
Prestwich Forest Park offers 200 hectares of woodland and open space. There are plenty of places to explore and lots of wildlife to discover, regular activities, play area and mountain bike trail.
Pocket park providing green space to relax in and on, children's play equipment and incorporating the sculptures "Silent Cargoes" and "Casuals".
Ralph Wright whose family had grown to be wealthy landowners in Flixton built Flixton House and Gardens in 1806. In 1935, the Council acquired Flixton House and grounds and opened it as a park.
The grounds include a walled garden, rose garden and...
Just next to Salford University, this park features a host of attractions including the Marie Curie Field of Hope and part of the Irwell Valley Sculpture Trail.