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  1. Add Lyme Park to your Itinerary

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    Lyme Park

    Stockport

    Lyme Park is a magnificent estate on the edge of the Peak District. It's wild remoteness within beautiful sweeping moorland offers a powerful contrast.

  2. Add Bramall Hall to your Itinerary

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    Bramall Hall

    Stockport

    This magical Tudor manor house is set in 60 acres of parkland with lakes, woods and gardens. The house contains 16thC wall paintings, Elizabethan fine plaster ceilings, Victorian kitchens and servants' quarters.

  3. Add Heaton Hall to your Itinerary

    Heaton Hall

    Manchester

    A magnificent 18th Century country house set in Heaton Park's rolling landscape.

  4. Add Blackleach Country Park to your Itinerary

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    Blackleach Country Park

    Salford

    Blackleach Country Park is an impressive haven with 50 hectares of beautiful countryside set around an impressive reservoir.

  5. Add Haigh Woodland Park to your Itinerary

    Haigh Woodland Park

    Wigan

    Explore and enjoy the stunning parkland, woodland and plantations at Haigh Hall at Country Park.

  6. Add Red House Farm Maize Maze to your Itinerary

    Red House Farm Maize Maze

    Dunham Massey, Altrincham

    The Red House Farm annual Maize Maze event is one of the must-visit summer attractions in the North West.

  7. Add Smithills Open Farm to your Itinerary

    Smithills Open Farm

    Smithills, Bolton

    Set amidst the countryside of Smithills Country Park, the farm is a great family day out, no matter what the weather. There are donkey, tractor and trailer rides and various animals such as calves, lambs and rabbits to pet and feed.

  8. Add Boggart Hole Clough to your Itinerary

    Boggart Hole Clough

    Blackley, Manchester

    A great place to walk and an important site for local historians.

  9. Add Trafford Ecology Park to your Itinerary

    Trafford Ecology Park

    Trafford Park

    In the heart of the World's first industrial estate the ecology park offers opportunities for short walks and nature study. The site is not large and a walk around the lake should take no more than half an hour there are benches and picnic tables.

  10. Add Chorlton Park to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Park

    Manchester

    Opened in 1928 now home to a bowls pavilion, children's playground, basketball court and football areas.

  11. Add Fletcher Moss Park to your Itinerary

    Fletcher Moss Park

    Manchester

    Renowned for their botanical beauty, the gardens contain many antiquated and unusual plants and flowers. The park has many of its original features. One being the orchid houses situated in the Parsonage Gardens adjacent to Fletcher Moss.

  12. Add Platt Fields Park to your Itinerary

    Platt Fields Park

    Manchester

    Formally opened in 1910, this 17 acre park has it's own six acre lake complete with island.

  13. Add Green Flag Parks to your Itinerary

    Green Flag Parks

    Heywood

    Rochdale borough boasts 6 Green Flag parks, each one different in style, but similar in being well kept and providing a safe place to relax.

  14. Add Watergrove Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Watergrove Reservoir

    Wardle, Rochdale

    High in the Pennines above Wardle village, the area around Watergrove Reservoir includes walking trails with spectacular views, bird watching, fishing and a link to the Pennine Bridleway.

  15. Add Barton Swing Aqueduct to your Itinerary

    Barton Swing Aqueduct

    Manchester

    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.

  16. Add Queen's Park, Green Flag Award to your Itinerary

    Queen's Park, Green Flag Award

    Heywood

    With tranquil gardens and a picturesque lake for visitors to enjoy, Queen’s Park is not only a Green Flag Park it is also a great day out for all the family.

  17. Add Broadfield Park to your Itinerary

    Broadfield Park

    Rochdale

    Rochdale's town centre park, the oldest in the borough, is of great historic interest and contains the statue of John Bright MP.

  18. Add Chorlton Water Park to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Water Park

    Chorlton, Manchester

    Local nature reserve and site of biological importance. Canoeing, dinghy, sailing, windsurfing, angling, horse riding, orienteering, model boating and children's play area.

  19. Add Worthington Lakes Country Park to your Itinerary

    Worthington Lakes Country Park

    Standish, Wigan

    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.

  20. Add Smithills Hall to your Itinerary

    Smithills Hall

    Bolton

    One of Bolton's original family homes dating back to medieval times. Set in over 2,000 acres of grounds and gardens, Smithills Hall is one of the oldest and best preserved manor houses in the North West.

  21. Add Flixton Gardens to your Itinerary

    Flixton Gardens

    Flixton

    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...

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