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  1. Add East Lancashire Railway to your Itinerary

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    East Lancashire Railway

    Bury

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    A twelve mile heritage railway based in Bury, operating steam and diesel train rides through charming villages and picturesque scenery with well-equipped stations boasting cafés, pubs, gift shops and more.

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  2. Add Bury Transport Museum to your Itinerary

    Bury Transport Museum

    Bury

    Housed in the beautifully restored Castlecroft Goods Warehouse, next to the East Lancashire Railway, the museum celebrates vintage transport with a collection of vehicles, memorabilia and interactive exhibits.

  3. Add Fusilier Museum to your Itinerary

    Fusilier Museum

    Bury

    The Fusilier Museum combines interactive galleries with temporary exhibitions tracing 350 years of Fusiliers Heritage. Located in the centre of Bury. Cafe and shop.

  4. Add Vue Cinema to your Itinerary

    Vue Cinema

    Bury

    Multiplex cinema, bowling and restaurant complex located in The Rock Shopping Complex.

  5. Add Burrs Country Park to your Itinerary

    Burrs Country Park

    Bury

    Burrs Country Park is a beautiful country park located just a mile outside Bury town centre.

  6. Add The Met to your Itinerary

    The Met

    Bury

    The Met is a stunning, award-winning live music venue that is noted nationally for its specialist folk music programme.

  7. Add Bury Sculpture Centre to your Itinerary

    Bury Sculpture Centre

    Bury

    Bury Sculpture Centre, in the town's cultural quarter brings some of the bestin international art and culture to local audiences and visitors.

  8. Add Bury Castle Remains to your Itinerary

    Bury Castle Remains

    Bury

    Bury Castle was a medieval moated site of possibly 14 century origin, later strengthened around 1470 as a fortified manor house. The de Bury family held a manor here from the 12 century.

  9. Add Irwell Sculpture Trail to your Itinerary

    Irwell Sculpture Trail

    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.

  10. Add Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre to your Itinerary

    Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre

    Bury

    Showcasing some of the best of international and local art, Bury Art Museum is the ideal attraction for those looking for a warm, welcoming attraction to enjoy art and discover more about Bury’s rich history.

  11. Add Bury Football Club to your Itinerary

    Bury Football Club

    Bury

    Bury FC is Bury's local football club, founded in 1885 and known locally as 'The Shakers' the club plays all its home games at Gigg Lane, Bury.

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  1. Add St Gregory's Social Club to your Itinerary

    St Gregory's Social Club

    Bolton

    If you think garlic bread is the future, then head to St Gregory's Social Club. The club is the real life setting for the Phoenix Club - home of 'Phoenix Nights' and the springboard for the career of Peter Kay. Guided tours available.

  2. Add Hall i' th' Wood Museum to your Itinerary

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    Hall i' th' Wood Museum

    Bolton

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    This Grade 1, 16th century half-timbered hall is one of the north-west’s most important buildings.
    Enjoy displays of 17th and early 18th century furniture, objects and artefacts, learn more about the life and work of Samuel Crompton.

  3. Add Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive to your Itinerary

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    Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive

    Bolton

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    This hub of activity in the heart of Bolton has enough variety for repeat visits.

  4. Add House of Raja's to your Itinerary

    House of Raja's

    Bolton

    An award-winning Asian superstore featuring vibrant sarees, some hand-sewn, from all over the Far East and an extensive range of Asian food and cooking utensils.

  5. Add Prestwich Forest Park to your Itinerary

    Prestwich Forest Park

    Bury

    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.

  6. 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's also a great day out for all the family.

  7. Add Nuttall Park to your Itinerary

    Nuttall Park

    Bury

    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.

  8. Add Peel Tower and Holcombe Hill to your Itinerary

    Peel Tower and Holcombe Hill

    Ramsbottom

    This well known Bury landmark was built in 1852, erected in tribute to one of Bury's most famous sons, Sir Robert Peel. Peel was the founder of the Police force and Prime Minister 1841-1846.

  9. Add Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre to your Itinerary

    Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre

    Bolton

    The home of Fred Dibnah, Bolton's very own world famous steeplejack, has recently been purchased and is now open as a heritage centre.

  10. Add Millcroft Tea Gardens to your Itinerary

    Millcroft Tea Gardens

    off Hutchinson Road, Rochdale

    An enduring bit of Victorian outdoor life which is a great source of refreshment on Sundays and Bank Holidays, from Mothering Sunday to October 12noon-6pm, nestling amongst the biggest growth of monkey puzzle trees in the North of England.

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