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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. 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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  1. Add The Museum of Wigan Life to your Itinerary

    The Museum of Wigan Life

    Wigan

    Discover people and places of Wigan borough, past and present. Exhibitions, events and family history at your finger tips.

  2. Add Oldham Ghost Walks to your Itinerary

    Oldham Ghost Walks

    Oldham

    Oldham Ghost walk is a mile long walk around Oldham telling the stories of ghosts, murders and frankly anything that has dragged up the darker side of life. It's informative, entertaining, but scary.

  3. Add Longford Park to your Itinerary

    Longford Park

    Manchester

    Longford Park is the largest municipal park in the borough of Trafford covering approximately 22 hectares.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Add Rivington Pike to your Itinerary

    Rivington Pike

    Bolton

    Rivington Pike and its tower located on the West Pennine Moors can be seen from miles around. It is 361m (1,200ft) above sea level and offers spectacular views.

  7. 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.

  8. Add Running Tours of Manchester to your Itinerary

    Running Tours of Manchester

    Manchester

    Explore Manchester and keep fit at the same time with a running tour. 

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  9. Add Wild Wings to your Itinerary

    Wild Wings

    Manchester

    Welcome to Wild Wings, the northwest Birds Of Prey specialists, nestled in beautiful 14th century gardens.

  10. Add Black dog Ballroom - Dog Bowl to your Itinerary

    Black dog Ballroom - Dog Bowl

    Manchester

    Expect ball dispensers inspired by the brand’s own black dog, Bruce the Patterdale Terrier, gleaming wooden floors and fantastic food made with only the best local produce.

  11. Add Sound Control to your Itinerary

    Sound Control

    Manchester

    Three-floor live music and clubnight venue that has revived the former Sound Control shop building that got many a Manchester musician's career started.

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  12. Add St Edmund's Church to your Itinerary

    St Edmund's Church

    Rochdale

    St Edmund's Church in Falinge, Rochdale is regarded as one of the finest but least known gems of ecclesiastical architecture in the country.

  13. Add St Werburgh's Church to your Itinerary

    St Werburgh's Church

    Warburton, Lymm

    St Werburgh's is one of only 27 surviving timber-framed parish churches in England whose 1000 years of history are clearly refelcted in its building and fittings. The church is kept locked - contact 01925 752388 or 755676 to arrange opening.

  14. Add Dickey Steps Riding School to your Itinerary

    Dickey Steps Riding School

    Littleborough


    Horse riding in the South Peninnes and the beautiful Hollingworth Lake Country Park.Providing recreational and educational facilities.Horses and Ponies to suit all abilities.Hacks/lessons, Birthday parties,” pony for the day”.Riding for the Disable

  15. Add St Mary in the Baum to your Itinerary

    St Mary in the Baum

    Rochdale

    Built as a chapel-of-ease to St Chad's Rochdale in 1742 it was consecrated by the Bishop of Chester (Rochdale being in that Diocese).

  16. Add Baby Explorers at Manchester Museum to your Itinerary

    Baby Explorers at Manchester Museum

    Manchester

    Sensory play and interactive story sessions for babies who aren't walking yet.

  17. Add Marple Locks to your Itinerary

    Marple Locks

    Marple, Glossop

    This flight of 16 working locks was built in 1805 to connect the Lower and Upper Peak Forest Canals. They are the second deepest in the country and raise the canal 209 feet to a summit height of 518 feet above sea level.

  18. Add Bury Parish Church to your Itinerary

    Bury Parish Church

    Bury

    This stunning Grade 1 listed building is a peaceful space where visitors are invited to come and experience a real sense of history, visit the friendly coffee shop or book a ticket for one of the church's Friday lunchtime classical concerts.

  19. Add Bollin Valley to your Itinerary

    Bollin Valley

    Wilmslow

    The southern boundary of Trafford follows the course of the River Bollin which flows through Hale, Bowdon and Dunham. There are signposted walks and an events program.

  20. Add Mersey Valley Kickety Brook to your Itinerary

    Mersey Valley Kickety Brook

    Stretford

    Access is off Hawthorn Lane, or Chester Road, Stretford. Popular with walkers, cyclists and horseriders alike. Be sure to wear boots or wellingtons if you are on foot. The path goes through a good mix of habitats for spotting a wide range of wildlife

  21. 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.

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