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  1. Add Springfield Park to your Itinerary

    Springfield Park

    Marland, Rochdale

    Between Rochdale and Heywood, Springfield Park is the borough's largest park with landscaped and wooded slopes down to the Roch Valley.

  2. Add Ashworth and Roch Valleys to your Itinerary

    Ashworth and Roch Valleys

    Heywood, Rochdale

    Spectacular views are available in the wooded river valleys and hillside areas around the Ashworth Valley.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Add Marland Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Marland Golf Club

    Rochdale

    Marland Golf Course situated within Springfield Park is an enjoyable yet challenging 18 hole course set in 80 acres of pleasant parkland.

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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 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.

  3. Add Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum to your Itinerary

    Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum

    Rochdale

    This museum celebrates the significant role the region has played in fire brigades and fire engineering. It boasts a large collection of vintage fire engines as well as medals, equipment, photographs and more.

  4. Add Rochdale Pioneers Museum to your Itinerary

    Rochdale Pioneers Museum

    Rochdale

    The Rochdale Pioneers Museum is widely regarded as the home of the worldwide Co-operative movement.

  5. 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.

  6. Add Touchstones Rochdale museum, art gallery and cafe to your Itinerary

    Touchstones Rochdale museum, art gallery and cafe

    Rochdale

    Full of fun activities for the kids, fascinating facts for adults and, for the not so young, a chance to share some cherished memories. Come and discover Rochdale's past and, perhaps, help shape its future.

  7. Add Rochdale Town Hall tours to your Itinerary

    Rochdale Town Hall tours

    Rochdale

    Rochdale Town Hall is widely regarded as one of the finest Victorian town halls in Britain.

  8. 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.

  9. Add St Edmund's Church to your Itinerary

    St Edmund's Church

    Rochdale

    St Edmund's Church in Falinge, Rochdale is regarded as one of the finest but least known gems of ecclesiastical architecture in the country.

  10. Add St Leonard's Parish Church, Middleton to your Itinerary

    St Leonard's Parish Church, Middleton

    Middleton

    St Leonard's dates predominantly from 1524, but still retains a tower and porch from Cardinal Langley's church built in 1412, together with traces of a Norman church.

  11. 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.

  12. Add Rochdale Canal to your Itinerary

    Rochdale Canal

    Littleborough

    First opened in 1804, the Rochdale Canal was the first trans-Pennine canal and one of the country's most spectacular waterways.

  13. 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.

  14. Add Watergrove Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Watergrove Reservoir

    Wardle

    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 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.

  16. Add Queen Elizabeth I Free Grammar School to your Itinerary

    Queen Elizabeth I Free Grammar School

    Middleton

    Thomas Langley, Chancellor of England was educated in Middleton. In 1412 he rebuilt the Parish Church and founded a charity school, the original foundation of the Grammar School.

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