Things to See & Do

Things to See & Do

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  1. Rolls Royce in the Revolution Manchester Gallery at the Science and Industry Museum
    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. HOME restaurant
    A purpose-built centre for international contemporary art, theatre, film and books.
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  3. After years in the making and an £8M investment, the show-stopping Napoleons Casino, Bar & Restaurant opens its doors on 24th September 2020.
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  4. Play Factore facilities cater for children from 6 months – 16 years old and we are the only family entertainment arena in the UK where parents can play with children on age-applicable equipment.
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  5. 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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  6. Sightseeing Manchester Tour Bus
    Sightseeing Manchester bus tour
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  1. Add Smithills Country Park to your Itinerary

    Smithills Country Park

    Bolton

    An excellent place for walkers, cyclists and horse riders with more than 2,000 acres of moorland, woodland and farmland. Good off-road bridleways, guided trails and picnic areas.

  2. Add Hollywood Bowl to your Itinerary

    Hollywood Bowl

    Bolton

    26 fully computerised ten-pin bowling lanes with cafe, licensed bar and latest electronic leisure arcade.

  3. Gardens Open for Charity

    Several private gardens in the area are opened for Charity. Check out the following locations: British Red Cross Open Gardens www.redcross.org.uk, (Greater Manchester (0161) 888 8900), The National Garden Scheme - Cheshire and The Wirral &…

  4. Add Scotsmans Flash to your Itinerary

    Scotsmans Flash

    Wigan

    Scotsmans flash the largest of the “Wigan Flashes” is a designated site of scientific interest. This is due to the abundance of rare plant species, several species of orchid, extensive reed beds and migrating birds such as Reed and Sedge Warbler.

  5. Queens Park

    Bolton

    Traditional Victorian park just a few minutes walk from Bolton town centre with ornamental gardens, lakes, bowling green, play area and open spaces. Ranger activities and events held throughout the year - check www.boltonlife.org.uk for details.

  6. Add Silver Blades Ice Rink to your Itinerary

    Silver Blades Ice Rink

    Altrincham

    Indoor Ice Rink open 7 days a week.

  7. Add The Curry Mile to your Itinerary

    The Curry Mile

    Manchester

    Rusholme, Manchester

  8. Add Bolton Wanderers Football Club to your Itinerary

    Bolton Wanderers Football Club

    Horwich

    Stadium tours, sports hall and merchandise superstore are all available at the magnificent Macron Stadium.

  9. All Saints Gardens

    Manchester

    A place to relax close the the universities.

  10. Add Promenade Park to your Itinerary

    Promenade Park

    Trafford Park

    Pocket park providing green space to relax in and on, children's play equipment and incorporating the sculptures "Silent Cargoes" and "Casuals".

  11. 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.

  12. Add Kendal Road Marina/Stretford Marine Services Ltd to your Itinerary

    Kendal Road Marina/Stretford Marine Services Ltd

    Marland Way, Stretford

    Safe & Secure overnight mooring available for more informationtion please ring.
    The moorings have elsan and shower facilities operated by a BW Key. Water and Electrical Hook Ups ( Electric Metered) Available. For more informationtion please ring.

  13. Add Cotton Field Park to your Itinerary

    Cotton Field Park

    Manchester

    This new eco-park uses nature to bring people together within an urban environment.

  14. Add The Linotype Estate to your Itinerary

    The Linotype Estate

    Broadheath, Altrincham

    Remains of a village created between 1897 and 1901 by the Linotype Facttry for its workforce. Possibly inspired by Saltaire in Bradford or Bournville in Birmingham.

  15. Add Walton Park to your Itinerary

    Walton Park

    Sale

    A park in Sale with bowling greens and pavilion, tennis courts,  football pitch, enclosed play area for children under five years, a play area for children under 14 years and a miniature railway.

  16. Add Barrow Bridge Village to your Itinerary

    Barrow Bridge Village

    off Moss Bank Way, Bolton

    Take a stroll around this former industrial village to admire the former homes of mill workers and the stream once used to power waterwheels.

  17. Add Salford City Reds to your Itinerary

    Salford City Reds

    Manchester

    Salford City Reds are the city’s premier Super League team.

  18. Add Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre to your Itinerary

    Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre

    Manchester

    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.

  19. 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.

  20. Add The Lookout to your Itinerary

    The Lookout

    Salford

    The Lookout at The Lowry is a brand new free-to-use family activity space for kids of all ages.

  21. Add The Garden House to your Itinerary

    The Garden House

    Stockport

    Home to a wide variety of animals, we welcome charities, organisations, educational establishments and families to come and visit our site and learn about animal welfare.

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