Gorgeous Gardens & Outdoor Spaces
Type:The Manchester Flower Show
Take a break in one of the city’s parks, gardens and green spaces
Embankment Estate Goes Green
Pretty planters and wildflowers blossom along Cathedral Approach, alongside a giant floral painting by local artist Myro.
Embankment Estate, Cathedral Approach, Manchester, M3 7B
Explore Kampus' canal-side garden – a little bit wild, and a whole lot of lush. The perfect place to take a moment, sit back, meet friends. With leaves and flowers all year round, all that Manchester rain will prove good for something.
Aytoun Street, Manchester M1 3DA
Green Spaces to Pause
Sit awhile on the floral benches in Great Northern Square and on Deansgate Mews (a secret upper level street). Created by florist Gingerbread Design and Events they are the perfect spot to pause from the urban rush, to people watch, read a book, or sit back and soak up some sunshine.
Great Northern, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4EN
New Century Gardens
Manchester's very own hidden garden, New Century Gardens is located in the NOMA neighbourhood.
This is a space for a sit down in the sun and to reflect on the ever-changing face of Manchester, while the work of the NOMA development continues around.
New Century Gardens can be found on Miller Street by the cut through to Sadler's Yard. For more information, visit @noma_mcr or head to the Dinosaur coffee hut on Sadler's Yard and ask the team there.
New Century Gardens, NOMA, M60 0AB
The Science and Industry Museum’s cobbled Upper Yard is springing to life with a new garden revealing stories of its historic site.
Once a hive of coal-fuelled commerce, receiving and distributing goods from across the world, the Upper Yard is now home to two clusters of carefully selected plants, trees and flowers representing the huge variety of goods that moved through Liverpool Road Station to both feed Manchester’s growing population and to fuel industry in the city.
Planting Stories is designed by Alexandra Froggatt, who in 2018 created the museum’s popular Bee Garden.
Science and Industry Museum Liverpool Road, Manchester, M3 4FP
Whitworth Art Garden
The Art Garden is an urban sanctuary that has been created at the Whitworth art gallery, developed together with Jo Malone London. The garden is a key space for outdoor events and wellbeing activities such as the horticultural wellbeing project called GROW, which forms part of the Natural and Cultural Health Service programme from The Whitworth.
Oxford Road, Manchester M15 6ER
Businesses across The Village celebrate The Manchester Flower show with a host of floral displays.
Canal Street, Bloom Street, Sackville Street, Manchester
Cutting Room Square, Ancoats
Bars, restaurants and residents transform Cutting Room Square with floral planters and building displays.
Cutting Room Square, Ancoats, Manchester, M4 5BF
All Saint's Gardens, Grosvenor Square, Manchester, M15 6BH
Angel Meadow Park, Old Mount Street, Manchester M4 4TF
Cathedral Gardens, Corporation Street, Manchester, M4 3BG
Gartside Park, Kincardine Road, Manchester, M13 9WN
Hulme Community Garden Centre, 28 Old Birley Street, Hulme, Manchester, M15 5RG
New Islington Marina, Manchester, M4 6BX
Parsonage Gardens, Manchester, M3 2LF
Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, M1 1AF
RHS Garden Bridgewater, Leigh Road, Worsley, Manchester, M28 2GU
Sackville Gardens, Whitworth St, Sackville St, Manchester M1 3WA
St John’s Gardens, Lower Byrom Street, Manchester, M3 4AP
Vimto Park, 39 Sackville St, Manchester M1 3WE
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