Things to See & Do

Things to See & Do

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  1. Science and Industry museum Manchester
    Home to the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station, and the world’s first railway warehouse. Encounter amazing objects and find out about ideas that were born in Manchester and changed the world forever.
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  2. We will leave the modern city of Manchester and will head west en-route to the mysterious and legendary land of Wales in a 90-minute fully-narrated journey, navigating the spectacular A55 coastal road with it’s magical stories and mystical legends. On a clear day you’ll see the mountains of Wales way off in the distance!
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  3. Daily Guided Walking Tour passing between Central Library and the Town Hall extension.
    Discover Manchester is the official Tourist Board walking tour of Manchester.
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  4. Looking for the perfect place to have fun with the family? Manchester’s real snow centre Chill Factore is the ideal destination for any family adventure.
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  5. The Grade 2 listed Great Northern building, a former railway goods distribution warehouse is now a lively leisure and shopping development with bustling bars, restaurants, shops, health club, cinema, casino, bowling alley and an elegant landscaped public square.
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  6. Sightseeing Manchester Tour Bus
    Sightseeing Manchester bus tour
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  1. Add Family Fridays at Greenacres Community Centre (All the family)  Every Friday, 5.30 – 7pm, free to your Itinerary

    Family Fridays at Greenacres Community Centre (All the family) Every Friday, 5.30 – 7pm, free

    OLDHAM

    Family Friday at Greenacres Community Centre (All the family)

    Every Friday, 5.30 – 7pm, free

    Fun family night including crafts, performing arts and cooking for children and parents/carers to get involved in together.

    To book call  0161 652 0095…

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  2. Add Pennington Golf to your Itinerary

    Pennington Golf

    Wigan

    Small golf club in Pennington Flash Country Park. Member of the English and Lancashire Golf
    Union.

  3. Add Broughton Park FC to your Itinerary

    Broughton Park FC

    Manchester

    One of the oldest Rugby Clubs in England established in 1882, just one year after the Lancashire County Rugby Union was founded and eleven years after the formation of the national Rugby Football Union.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

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