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Aumbry

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Aumbry is a contender for one of Manchester's best eateries - both the restaurant itself and chef Mary-Ellen McTague have won accolades. Looking like a...

2 Church Lane

Bolton Town Hall

Attractions, Comedy, Dance, Music

Bolton has never been content to sit in Manchester's shadow. Its Town Hall, completed in 1873 and dominating the town centre, easily has enough grandeur to...

Victoria Square
Free

Bury Art Gallery, Museum & Archives

Critics' choice
Art, Attractions, Museums

A grand Edwardian building, the Bury Art Gallery is worth a visit to see founder Thomas Wrigley's collection of 200 or so artworks, including paintings by...

Moss Street
Free

Crescent

Bars & pubs

Don't be put off by the grey exterior and basic furniture: it's the beer that counts at the Crescent, one of Salford's older pubs, dating back to the mid...

18-21 The Crescent

Crown & Kettle

Bars & pubs

Mothballed for some 20 years, this former haunt of hacks from the nearby Daily Express building has made a welcome return. Legend has it that it was...

2 Oldham Road

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

Heaton Park Tram Museum

Museums

Run by volunteers, this small but lovely museum is housed in an old tram shelter, from which restored vehicles run all year. The original system fell into...

Heaton Park
Free

Islington Mill

Critics' choice
Art, Music

Islington Mill, a converted cotton warehouse, has led something akin to a cultural revolution in Salford over the past decade. The building, just a few...

James Street
Free

Lamb Hotel

Bars & pubs

As good as it gets when it comes to original pub decor. Built in 1906, this is a pretty much unspoilt Grade II-listed Holts pub, with a superb wood-panelled...

33 Regent Street

Manchester City Football Club

Sport, health & fitness

The 48,000-capacity City of Manchester Stadium hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games before being converted for the city's less glamorous but more endearing...

Sportcity
Major venue

Manchester Jewish Museum

Museums

Just beyond the outskirts of the City Centre lies the Jewish Museum, in an old synagogue founded in 1874. Downstairs is the fully restored former place of...

190 Cheetham Hill Road

Manchester Museum of Transport

Museums

Two halls house over a century's worth of lovingly restored public transport history; the collection is one of the largest of its kind. The timeline starts...

Boyle Street

Manchester United Football Club

Sport, health & fitness

The stadium of the world's most famous football team may not be in the most glamorous of locations, but it nevertheless has the Premier League's largest...

Sir Matt Busby Way
Major venue

Manchester Velodrome

Sport, health & fitness

As the home of the British Cycling Team, the Velodrome's track is one of the best in the world, but the place still welcomes all levels of ability. If...

Sportcity, Stuart Street

Marble Arch Inn

Bars & pubs

Victorian tiling and a sloping floor give this place a historic feel. The brewery at the back makes it a magnet for real-ale aficionados. Guest beers from...

73 Rochdale Road
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