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  1. Castlefield Gallery in Manchester
    Castlefield Gallery is Manchester’s first public contemporary visual art gallery dedicated to the advancement of contemporary visual art and artists.
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  2. Taste the Distillery at Manchester Gin's Spirit of Manchester Distillery
    A guided tour and tasting to give you an insight into Manchester Gin's distillery life.
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  3. A working 18th Century water powered cotton mill set in beautiful National Trust country parkland in the Cheshire village of Styal.
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  4. Family taking a selfie in the tunnel at the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour
    The Manchester United Museum & Stadium Tour offers a behind the scenes look at the world’s most iconic stadium; Old Trafford.
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  5. Child playing minigolf at Treetop Adventure Golf
    Swing by for an epic mini golf adventure with two indoor, 18-hole courses, plus cracking coffee, tropical cocktails and tasty jungle grub.
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  6. A monkey leaping in Chester Zoo
    With over 500 different animal species in our 125 acres, you’re sure to have great day out full of adventure.
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  7. The Manchester City Stadium Tour is the most immersive tour experience in Premier League football. Using the latest technology, dreams come true as you and your loved ones sit and interact with Pep Guardiola in the press room.
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  1. Add William Wroe Golf Course to your Itinerary

    William Wroe Golf Course

    flixton, Urmston

    18 hole par 64,4395 yards easy walking municipal parkland course, the greens are well guarded and offer a good challenge to all abilities.

  2. Add Jubilee Colliery Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Jubilee Colliery Nature Reserve

    Shaw, Oldham

    Since the colliery closed, the reserve has been run by groundwork Oldham and Rochdale and nature has moved back into the site. Trees, ferns, mosses, fungi and flowers have colonised the colliery remains and rubble, in turn attracting local wildlife.

  3. Add AMF Bowling to your Itinerary

    AMF Bowling

    Bury

    Located in The Rock, AMF Bowling offers a licensed bar, café and an amusements zone cram-jammed with the latest games. Open 7 days a week

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  4. Add Bowlee Community Park to your Itinerary

    Bowlee Community Park

    Middleton

    Set within 40 hectares of land, Bowlee Community Park is a former RAF barrage balloon centre and is now used for community sports.

  5. Green Flag Parks

    Rochdale borough

    10 of the borough's parks and green spaces have been given the prestigious Green Flag Award. This means they are 10 of the very best parks in the UK.

  6. Add Mersey Valley Firs Wood to your Itinerary

    Mersey Valley Firs Wood

    Urmston

    Next to Carrington Lane, Firs Wood is a small mature mixed woodland excellent for woodland birds. Access to Carrington Moss and Dainewell Woods which have a network of paths and tracks to explore, open to horses and cycles, as well as walkers.…

  7. Add The Edge to your Itinerary

    The Edge

    Chorlton, MANCHESTER

    The Edge is a thriving and accessible theatre and arts centre situated in the heart of Chorlton.

  8. Add Ultimate Performance - Spinningfields to your Itinerary

    Ultimate Performance - Spinningfields

    Manchester

    Ultimate Performance offer world-class personal training in a private gym right in the heart of Manchester. ​

  9. Add Party and Play Funhouse Ltd to your Itinerary

    Party and Play Funhouse Ltd

    Wingates Industrial Park, Bolton

    The largest children’s indoor soft play centre in Bolton, and one of the largest in Greater Manchester.

  10. Add City Explorer Liverpool Tour Bus to your Itinerary

    City Explorer Liverpool Tour Bus

    Liverpool

    50 Minute Open Top Tour of Liverpool with Live Tour Guide

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  11. Add Pie & Ale to your Itinerary

    Pie & Ale

    Manchester

    Pie & Ale offers what is says on the tin, freshly baked pies served with award winning real ales, craft beers and fine spirits.

  12. Add Queens Park to your Itinerary

    Queens Park

    Bolton

    Traditional Victorian park just a few minutes' walk from Bolton town centre with ornamental gardens, lake, bowling green and play areas.

  13. Add The Escape Room to your Itinerary

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    The Escape Room

    Salford

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    The Escape Room is a truly unique live escape game designed for groups of 2-6 people in Manchester. Solve challenges and puzzles within 60 minutes in order to escape the room.

  14. Add Brownhill Countryside Centre to your Itinerary

    Brownhill Countryside Centre

    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.

  15. Add Walkden Heritage Trail to your Itinerary

    Walkden Heritage Trail

    Walkden

    Walkden -A Heritage Walk around a former Coal and Cotton Town. Seven information boards located on a 1.8 mile walk around the town highlighting the industrial and civic history over the last 300 years.

  16. Wait! What? St Philips, Salford, is a Gothic building? Never!

    The eleventh instalment as part of an ongoing series for Haunt Manchester by Dr Peter N. Lindfield FSA, exploring Greater Manchester’s Gothic architecture and hidden heritage.

  17. A Mancunian Gothic Sunday School: St Matthew’s

    Manchester

    Constructed in the last few years of George IV’s reign (1820–30), this Sunday School building is representative of both a particularly pared-back form of late Georgian Gothic architecture and also Manchester as a region - says Dr Peter N. Lindfield.

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