Things To See & Do

Things To See & Do

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  1. ITV have opened their outdoor Coronation Street sets at MediaCityUK to the public, including the world-famous cobbled street. The experience lasts around 80 minutes taking in Coronation Street, Rosamund Street and the newly extended Victoria Street, with plenty of opportunities for photos. Visitors will walk in the footsteps of the famous residents, discover filming secrets and hear stories of their favourite characters.
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  2. Jodrell Bank
    Where Manchester listens to the universe
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  3. Emirates Old Trafford, the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club, has a distinguished tradition of hosting international and domestic cricket, with 2017 expected to be the biggest summer of cricket yet!
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  4. Sightseeing Manchester Tour Bus
    Discover Manchester with a 90 minute bus tour. The 15 stop hop-on hop-off tour takes you to Manchester’s key sights and runs every day apart from Christmas Day, Boxing Day, or New Years Day.
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  5. Discover our History. Experience our Future.
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  6. The Science and Industry Museum in Manchester is a place full of amazing objects and world changing ideas.
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  7. The Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays
    A spectacular home to entertainment and the arts.
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  1. 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.

  2. Add 42nd Street to your Itinerary


    A favourite haunt of students and indie music lovers alike.

  3. Add Left Bank cafe bar to your Itinerary

    Spinningfields, Manchester

    Whether you’re visiting the museum or not, why not pop in to our new cafe bar The Left Bank? Open both before the museum opens in the morning, and staying open long after it’s shut, it’s the place to be.

    With Manchester’s sunniest riverside...

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  4. Add Comedy Store Manchester to your Itinerary


    The perfect venue to take in the best comedy from around the world.

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  5. Add Prestwich Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Prestwich, Manchester

    There has been substantial development of the course over the years and the beautiful parkland course offers natural hazards and undulation providing a challenge to golfers of all levels.

  6. Add The Museum of Wigan Life to your Itinerary


    Discover people and places of Wigan borough, past and present. Exhibitions, events and family history at your finger tips.

  7. Add Grange Arts centre to your Itinerary


    Grange Arts is a fully professional theatre which is owned and operated by The Oldham College.

  8. Add Spa Satori to your Itinerary


    Established in 2002 and situated in the heart of the cosmopolitan Northern Quarter, this independent spa has built its reputation providing the highest standard of healthcare and wellbeing treatments in Manchester.

  9. Bolton

    Catch the latest blockbusters in Bolton's brand new luxury state of the art nine screen cinema!

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  10. Add Stand Golf Club to your Itinerary


    Visitors are always welcome at Stand Golf Club. After your round you can look forward to a friendly welcome in the clubhouse. We provide a wide range of delicious food which you can eat overlooking the 18th green.

  11. Add Queen Elizabeth Hall to your Itinerary

    West Street, Oldham

    Offers a varied and exciting programme of music and entertainment to suit all tastes and age groups. Programme details available from the box office or join the free mailing list.

  12. Add Gawsworth Hall to your Itinerary


    Black and white, half timbered, fifteenth century hall, surrounded by well tended gardens and lakes.

  13. Add Parsonage Gardens to your Itinerary


    A place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of Deansgate.

  14. Add Manchester Regional Hockey Centre to your Itinerary


    Located next to Belle Vue Greyhound Races, the centre is a permanent legacy to the success of the Commonwealth Games 2002.

  15. Add Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre to your Itinerary


    Inside the building visitors will find a Restaurant sharing the same space as the Hanging Bridge; a 15th century medieval bridge that originally connected the Church with the medieval town, it is one of Manchester oldest structures.

  16. Add Bury Transport Museum to your Itinerary


    Housed in a beautifully restored 1848 goods warehouse this fascinating museum tells the story of people and transport. Vintage vehicles combine with interactive displays to keep children and adults entertained.

  17. Add The Royal Oak at Didsbury to your Itinerary


    The Royal Oak is a traditional British pub serving a range of cask ales, beers and wine.

  18. Add Douglas Valley and Dean Wood to your Itinerary

    Douglas Valley provides a wealth of opportunity for walking, exploring or simply sitting at one of a number of canal-side inns.

    Dean Wood within the Douglas Valley is one of the few remaining large areas of ancient woodland in Wigan.

  19. Add Worthington Lakes to your Itinerary


    Woodlands surround three reservoirs with paths and picnic sites and access to the Red Rock cycle and bridleway. Small nature reserve, Visitor Centre and Fishing.

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