Things to See & Do

Things to See & Do

Manchester United Football Club

  1. This special exhibition tells the story of Factory Records’ formative years from 1978 – 1982, and how it used innovation in the fields of music, technology and design to give Manchester an authentic voice and distinctive identity.
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  2. Guarantee your ticket to any home game of your choice with a Matchday VIP Experience. Your experience includes some of the best seats in the stadium, fantastic food and drink, a gift and matchday entertainment.
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  3. Enjoy a journey along the inland waterway on board the world famous Mersey Ferry. The full day cruise takes in the spectacular scenery leaving you with an awe-inspiring sense of how the canal's construction shaped the city of Manchester and the North West of England.
  4. Emirates Old Trafford, home of Lancashire Cricket Club is a world- class sporting venue. With over 150 years of history the Club is one of the most sought after venues for international cricket and has witnessed some of the sport’s most iconic moments. 2019 will be another huge year for the Club with Emirates Old Trafford set to host some of the biggest global fixtures in the cricketing calendar.
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  5. Spinningfields
    A vibrant destination with luxury international fashion brands and an impressive number of restaurants and bars.
  6. 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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  7. A late-Victorian, neo-Gothic masterpiece
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  1. Add Hopwood Clough to your Itinerary

    Hopwood Clough

    Hopwood, Middleton

    Centred on Hopwood Hall College, Middleton Hopwood Nature Reserve near Middleton provides a woodland haven for birds and other wildlife whilst the informal paths allow visitors to wander through the woods enjoying their peace and tranquility.

  2. Add Clifton Country Park to your Itinerary

    Clifton Country Park

    Salford

    Clifton Country Park Local Nature Reserve is approximately 48 hectares of scenic urban fringe countryside in Salford, with woods, meadows, ponds and a lake to explore and remnants of the city's industrial past to discover.

  3. Add Spa Satori to your Itinerary

    Spa Satori

    Manchester

    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.

  4. The Saddleworth Rail Trail

    Oldham

    Two former railway lines - now popular recreational routes - make this ride a perfect way for families to discover Saddleworth.

  5. Add Cockfields Farm to your Itinerary

    Cockfields Farm

    Oldham

    Cockfields Farm Park

    Enjoy a Fabulous Family day out down on the farm, animal activities running every half an hour 7 days a week. Large free car park, Gift Shop & Cafe

    Cockfields Farm Park is located on the Border of Ashton Under Lyne & Oldham in…

  6. Add Sackville Gardens to your Itinerary

    Sackville Gardens

    Manchester

    Home to a memorial to computer pioneer Alan Turing.

  7. Add Bury Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Bury Golf Club

    Bury

    Bury Golf Club welcomes golfers at all levels and offers a friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a course containing some classic holes. Ring Professional, Gary Coope to book visitor tee time on 0161 766 2213.

  8. Add International Anthony Burgess Foundation to your Itinerary

    International Anthony Burgess Foundation

    Cambridge Street, Manchester

    The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, located in a magnificent example of industrial architecture at Chorlton Mill, encourages and supports public and scholarly interest in all aspects of Anthony Burgess’s life and work.

  9. Add Manchester Jewish Museum to your Itinerary

    Manchester Jewish Museum

    Manchester

    Chronicling the lives of Jewish people and their contribution to making the city what it is today.

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  10. Add Belle Vue Greyhound Stadium to your Itinerary

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    Belle Vue Greyhound Stadium

    Manchester

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    Visit 'the dogs' for a night out with a difference. Greyhound Stadium incorporating a 400-cover restaurant, 2 executive suites, 6 licensed bars and 2 fast food outlets.

  11. Add Piethorne Valley to your Itinerary

    Piethorne Valley

    Newhey, Milnrow

    2 miles from Newhey, the 6 reservoirs in the Piethorne Valley are surrounded by open moorland.

  12. Add Borsdane Wood to your Itinerary

    Borsdane Wood

    Wigan

    Borsdane Wood was Wigan’s first Local Nature Reserve. Get away from it all; surrounded by birdsong and enveloped in woodland perfumes, it’s the perfect place to let your heart rate drop and your stride shorten.

  13. Add Chatsworth House to your Itinerary

    Chatsworth House

    Bakewell

    Chatsworth, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. There is always something new to see and do in the house, garden, farmyard & adventure playground.

  14. Add Newton Hall to your Itinerary

    Newton Hall

    Hyde

    A fascinating 14th Century cruck-framed building which enables the visitor to see exactly how a medieval timber-framed building was constructed.

  15. Add Play! Diggle to your Itinerary

    Play! Diggle

    Royton, Saddleworth, OLDHAM

    rought to you by the team at Play Oldham, this brand new play centre brings over a decade of experience in hosting parties, seasonal events and one off extravaganzas along with their amazing customer service and knowledge of what offers both parent…

  16. Add Extreme Air Indoor Trampoline Park to your Itinerary

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    Extreme Air Indoor Trampoline Park

    OLDHAM

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    Extreme Air is a gravity defying urban playground with interconnected trampolines, angled walls, roll-over platforms and an airbag super soft landing area which is perfect for practicing and improving your flips and tricks.

    Enjoy with your mates or…

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  17. Cutting Room Square

    Manchester

    Set amongst artwork inspired by the rich history of the textile industry in Ancoats.

  18. Add Jungle J's Indoor Soft Play and Party Centre to your Itinerary

    Jungle J's Indoor Soft Play and Party Centre

    Chadderton, OLDHAM

    Jungle J’s is a family owned Indoor Soft Play Centre based in the centre of Chadderton, Oldham in Greater Manchester. The soft play system offers a stimulating and challenging play experience and extends over 3 levels including the 12′ Free Fall…

  19. Add St Ann's Church to your Itinerary

    St Ann's Church

    Manchester

    This 18thC church contains a painting from the School of Caracci, stained glass by W Peckitt of York and is the 3rd oldest building in Manchester city centre.

  20. Add Alexandra Park to your Itinerary

    Alexandra Park

    Whalley Range, Manchester

    Opened in 1870 and built to deter working men away from alehouses on their day off.

  21. Industrial Peep Show

    Walking around the former industrial suburb of Ancoats, there are various brass eyepieces set into walls that were installed by architect Dan Dubowitz.

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