The Grade 2 listed Alexandra Park is one of Manchester’s earliest and most intact Victorian parks, recently restored to its glory of 1870. The design of the Park (by Alexander Hennell) was experimental in its use of oval shaped and curved pathways, which contrasted with the more rigid geometry seen previously in Victorian landscapes. It […]

With a 17th Century hall set in 109 acres of open parkland, Wythenshawe Park makes a super day out for all ages. Explore the historic woodlands, lush grasslands and meadows; take a stroll around the many themed gardens and check out the sports and leisure facilities on offer. With football, tennis, horseriding, orienteering and organised […]

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Serving the local community of Gorton, Highbank Park offers grassy lawns and bowling greens.

A well-maintained expansive playing field with football pitches, area for multi-sports and a children’s play area.

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A quiet and pleasant park in the heart of Crumpsall. Green and lush, offering an area for sports and a children’s playground.

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A much-loved children’s play area for local residents.

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Part of the Irk River Valley project, Hendham Vale was of Manchester Council’s first major landscaping projects in the 1970s. Used by the local community, the area is a lush green riverside corridor in North Manchester.

With a dedicated area for sports and grassy field space, Harpurhey Park is a great place for a kickabout.

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With a children’s play area, an adventure climbing frame and football pitches, St Mary’s Park is great for families.

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Combine a trip to Stenner Woods and Millgate Fields with a walk along the nearby River Mersey or a trip to the adjoining Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens.