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  1. Add Daisy Nook Country Park to your Itinerary

    Oldham

    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.

  2. Add Brownhill Countryside Centre to your Itinerary

    Oldham

    Dramatic Pennine scenery Surround the centre which is situated in the heart of Saddleworth. There is a picnic area and nature garden, information and advice available from the centre as well as changing exhibitions.

  3. Add Borsdane Wood to your Itinerary

    Wigan

    Borsdane Wood was Wigan’s first Local Nature Reserve. Get away from it all; surrounded by birdsong and enveloped in woodland perfumes, it’s the perfect place to let your heart rate drop and your stride shorten.

  4. Add Irwell Sculpture Trail to your Itinerary

    Bury

    The largest public arts scheme in the North West. There are currently 30 sculptures by regional, national and international artists which celebrate the area's heritage and landscape.

  5. Add Promenade Park to your Itinerary

    Trafford Park

    Pocket park providing green space to relax in and on, children's play equipment and incorporating the sculptures "Silent Cargoes" and "Casuals".

  6. Add Two Brooks Valley to your Itinerary

    Bury

    Two Brooks Valley lies deep within Hawshaw valley between Turton Road and Bolton Road. The area provides the opportunity for a leisurely stroll in the delightful setting of woods, brooks, lodges.

  7. Add Littleborough Coach House and Heritage Centre to your Itinerary

    Littleborough

    A Grade 2 Listed building of architectural and historical interest within an important conservation area.

  8. Add Wythenshawe Community Farm to your Itinerary

    Wythenshawe, Manchester

    Wythenshawe Community Farm is a registered charity and was established in 1984. This town community farm can be visited as one of the many facilities within Wythenshawe Park.

  9. Add Moses Gate Country Park to your Itinerary

    Farnworth, Bolton

    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.

  10. Add Astley Green Colliery Museum to your Itinerary

    Tyldesley, Wigan

    The site of a fully operational mine until 30 years ago, Astley Green Colliery has now been restored. See Europe's largest steam winding engine, the magnificent engine house and outdoor displays of industrial artefacts.

  11. Add Bridgewater Canal to your Itinerary

    Trafford

    See the world's first industrial canal, built in 1764.

  12. Add Walkden Gardens to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Known locally as the 'Maze', probably due to the ingenious layout of the beech hedges that border the various sections of the gardens.

  13. Add Trencherfield Mill Engine to your Itinerary

    Wigan

    Trencherfield Mill Steam Engine is one of the largest and finest working examples of its type. Built 100 years ago, this mammoth metal powerhouse was regarded as a feat of industrial engineering.

  14. Add Healey Dell Gallery to your Itinerary

    Shawclough, Rochdale

    Healey Dell is one of Rochdale's hidden gems. An area of outstanding beauty that has been officially designated a Nature Reserve and is rich in industrial archaeology.

  15. Add Alkrington Woods Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Rhodes, Middleton

    Once part of the Alkrington Hall estate, this area of mature woodland provides an ideal habitat for a wide range of flora and fauna.

  16. Add Roman Lakes Leisure Park to your Itinerary

    Stockport

    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.

  17. Add Bugsworth Basin to your Itinerary

    High Peak, Stockport

    Bugsworth Basin was the largest inland port on the narrow canal system. Restored by volunteers of the Inland Waterways Protection Society and re-opened to boats in 2005, today it is the only surviving canal and tramway interchange in the UK.

  18. Add Close Park to your Itinerary

    Bury

    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.

  19. Add Strinesdale to your Itinerary

    Oldham

    Strinesdale has reservoirs, woodlands and meadows surrounded by farmland.

  20. Add Renishaw Hall to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

    A visit to Renishaw Hall and Gardens is a fantastic day out. Be in the heart of a country estate just 10 miles from Sheffield’s city centre. The Estate has been owned by the Sitwell Family for over 400 years. Tour the Hall, Gardens and Vineyard.

  21. Add Chat Moss to your Itinerary

    Salford

    Chat Moss comprises some 30% of Salford. Within its 2750 hectares, it comprises the largest area of Grade 1 and 2 farmland in Greater Manchester and contains the largest block of semi natural woodland in Greater Manchester.

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