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Things to See and Do in Manchester

Culture, nightlife, history, and good fun in Greater Manchester

  1. Aerial map showing the location of Homeground, Manchester
    HOME, Manchester’s largest multi-arts venue, have launched a massive temporary outdoor arts space in the heart of the city. The new space, named Homeground, will be located on an 80,000ft2 future development site on First Street, just next to HOME.
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  2. Walking tour group
    Entertaining and comprehensive tour led by locals, covering our main attractions as well as the lesser-known quirks. We run Every Day at 11am, starting by the Alan Turing Memorial in Sackville Gardens. Booking is not required - just turn up!
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  3. Culture in Manchester
    On this site you’ll find re-opening museums, galleries and libraries, theatre performances and film, music and dance and a special section with events just for families.
  4. The Science and Industry Museum building
    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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  5. RHS Garden Bridgewater entrance, cafe and shop
    Reviving the gardens of the historic 156 acre Worsley New Hall estate to create RHS Garden Bridgewater represents one of the largest gardening projects in Europe at this time.
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  1. Add The Didsbury Parsonage (The Old Parsonage) to your Itinerary

    The Didsbury Parsonage (The Old Parsonage)

    Manchester

    The Old Parsonage is a Grade II listed building situated opposite St James' Church, adjacent to the original village green of Didsbury, Manchester. The building and gardens were left to the citizens of the City of Manchester by Alderman Fletcher…

  2. 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.

  3. 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".

  4. Add The British Music Experience: The Story of British Music to your Itinerary

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    The British Music Experience: The Story of British Music

    Liverpool

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    The British Music Experience tells the story of British Music through costumes, instruments, performance and memorabilia from the Beatles and Bowie to Adele, Oasis and X Factor.

  5. Add Little Owl Farm to your Itinerary

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    Little Owl Farm

    Grains Bar, OLDHAM

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    Little Owl Farm is located on the outskirts of Delph just off the A627 and is easy to get to. It is well signposted and there is large car park on site. Entry into the farm is £10 for a family of 4 (2 adults & 2 children) and this includes 2 buckets…

  6. Crompton Moor

    Oldham

    With a rich history and habitat value recognised by its Site of Biological Interest (SBI) status, Crompton Moor, when given over to OMBC in the mid-1970s, has been extensively reclaimed from its farming and mining past and there has been several…

  7. Add Alexandra Park (Wigan) to your Itinerary

    Alexandra Park (Wigan)

    Newton, Wigan

    Alexandra is a 15 acre park. Various events are held throughout the year

  8. Add Salford Lads' Club to your Itinerary

    Salford Lads' Club

    Salford

    Salford Lads' Club was established in 1903 as a purpose built club for boys.

  9. Add Debdale Outdoor Centre to your Itinerary

    Debdale Outdoor Centre

    Manchester

    Enjoy an exciting range of activities for all ages and abilities.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. Add Moss Bank Park to your Itinerary

    Moss Bank Park

    Bolton

    Popular park with large play area for children, fairground rides, mini steam train and gardens. Events held thoughout the year - check www.boltonlife.org.uk for details.

  13. Add Party and Play Funhouse Ltd to your Itinerary

    Party and Play Funhouse Ltd

    Wingates Industrial Park, Bolton

    The largest children’s indoor soft play centre in Bolton, and one of the largest in Greater Manchester.

  14. Add Bruntwood Park to your Itinerary

    Bruntwood Park

    Cheadle

    Bruntwood Park provides recreational and sporting facilities to all visitors.

  15. Add Chesham Woods to your Itinerary

    Chesham Woods

    Bury

    Pasture and woodland on the edge of Bury town centre which offers a variety of walks and trails.

  16. Salford’s Peel Park now has a Writer in Residence – uncovering weird and wonderful stories of the past and future

    It welcomed Queen Victoria in 1851 and was a hit with L.S. Lowry – Peel Park is a place rich with historic wonder and interesting goings-on, tucked down on the Salford Flood Plain. Now it has its own Writer in Residence: Adam Farrer.

  17. Add Parsonage Gardens to your Itinerary

    Parsonage Gardens

    Manchester

    A place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of Deansgate.

  18. Add Chorlton Park to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Park

    Manchester

    Opened in 1928 now home to a bowls pavilion, children's playground, basketball court and football areas.

  19. Add Peel Park to your Itinerary

    Peel Park

    Salford

    Just next to Salford University, this park features a host of attractions including the Marie Curie Field of Hope and part of the Irwell Valley Sculpture Trail.

  20. Add Pennington Flash Country Park to your Itinerary

    Pennington Flash Country Park

    Wigan

    Teeming with bird life including Canada geese. This is a nature reserve centred on a huge lake. This watery wonderland is abundant with butterflies and dragonflies, and has play and picnic areas in which to let off steam.

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