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Cathedral Gardens

Attractions

A windswept patch of open space wedged between the National Football Museum, Chetham's Library, Victoria Station and the Triangle. Its grass slopes (often...

Fletcher Moss Gardens

Critics' choice
Attractions

Donated to the public by Alderman Moss in 1914, these lovely gardens - stretching across some 21 acres in the suburbs - are notable for their rare plant...

Wilmslow Road
Free

Heaton Park

Critics' choice
Attractions, Sport, health & fitness

Nestled in the foothills of the Pennines, Heaton Park is one of Europe's largest municipal parks. It contains eight English Heritage listed buildings, a...

Off Middleton Road
Free

Peace Garden

Attractions

Manchester became the world's first nuclear-free city, in 1980, at the height of world nuclear paranoia. Today, the world may be no safer and the garden...

St Peter's Square

Piccadilly Gardens

Attractions

Donated for public use more than two centuries ago, the land that is now Piccadilly Gardens first housed an infirmary, demolished in 1909. The present-day...

Major venue

St John's Gardens

Attractions

This nicely laid-out green oasis on the site of the demolished St John's church makes for a pleasant place to relax after a Castlefield museum visit. A...

Lower Byrom Street

Tatton Park

Attractions

Get lost in the Cheshire countryside in this 1,000-acre park with free-roaming deer, lakes and a farm. A walled garden has fruit trees and fig houses;...

Knutsford

Wythenshawe Hall & Gardens

Attractions

Many of Wythenshaw Hall's original Tudor timbers - it was built in 1540 - survived a Parliamentarian assault when it held out as a Royalist stronghold...

Wythenshawe Park
Free