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Things to See and Do in Manchester

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  1. Although closed since 1993, the building retains much of it's stained glass and tiling.
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  2. Situated at the heart of Gorton’s state-of-the-art Belle Vue Sports Village, the National Speedway Stadium is the latest addition to Manchester’s expanding collection of world-class sporting venues.
  3. Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre Company transforms the way people see theatre, each other and the world around them.  Its historic building, was taken over by artists in 1976. Today it is an award-winning cultural charity that produces new theatre in-the-round, in communities, on the road and online.
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  4. HOME building
    Relive the heady days of the Haçienda, when Manchester music was at its peak, on a free walking tour of the city centre.
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  5. The Whitworth
    Manchester's gallery in the park
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  6. Elizabeth Gaskell's House
    Visit Elizabeth Gaskell’s House to find out about Elizabeth and William’s work, explore the lives of their daughters and servants and discover the Manchester that the Gaskells knew.
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  7. Cooking class
    Food Sorcery Cookery School and Foodie Event Space; specialising in Cookery Classes, Coffee Lovers Barista Classes, Private Dining, Corporate Events & Team Building. Why not try our Cooking Together concept, half cookery class, half night out at a restaurant. Sociable, Fun, Cookery

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  1. 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.

  2. Add Orient Express - Northern Belle to your Itinerary

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    Orient Express - Northern Belle

    Manchester

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    The Northern Belle is a celebration of British heritage and craftsmanship that captures the luxury of the great Belle trains of the 1930s.

  3. Add The Factory to your Itinerary

    The Factory

    Manchester

    Opening in 2021. The Factory is a flagship new cultural venue led by Manchester City Council in partnership with the team behind Manchester International Festival.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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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