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3 Best Parks in Manchester, UK

Expert recommended Top 3 Parks in Manchester, UK. All of our parks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, business standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their trading excellence. Only the bee's knees!

HEATON PARK

Sheepfoot Lane, Manchester M25 0DL DIRECTIONS

Since 1902

Here’s The Deal:
Heaton Park is one of the biggest and best parks located in Manchester. It covers an area of over 600 acres which includes the grounds of a Grade I listed, neoclassical 18th-century country house, Heaton Hall. The park has an 18-hole golf course, a boating lake, an animal farm, a pitch and putt course, a golf driving range, woodlands, an adventure playground, ornamental gardens, an observatory, a Papal monument and a volunteer-run tram system and museum. Heaton Park is a historic area on the edge of Manchester with all the attractions offering a full day out for all ages.

SPECIALITY:
Swings, Statues, Dog Parking, Volleyball Courts, Restrooms, Walking Trails, Event Areas, Hiking Trails, Wildflower Meadows, Bike Riding, Monuments, Grassy Fields, Slides, Shelters, Sports Conducting & Fountains

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Mon-Sun: 8am - 6pm

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PLATT FIELDS PARK

Fallowfield, Manchester M14 6LA DIRECTIONS

Since 1910

Here’s The Deal:
Platt Fields Park is one of the most significant natural spots and the largest public park in Manchester. It boasts children’s play areas, Shakespearian gardens, rose garden, basketball courts, bowling greens, BMX/skate park and boathouse. The park has three dedicated show fields with supporting infrastructure for small scale, large scale national and local events. The lake has an island sanctuary in the middle, a lakeside visitors' centre, and a boathouse. Platt Fields Park has an adventure playground with a large and unique play area. The grounds contain Platt Hall, home to Manchester's Costume Gallery, which is open and free to the public.

SPECIALITY:
Model Boat Club, Gardens, Statues, Hiking, Fountains, Grassy Fields, Playgrounds, Walking Trails, Dog Parking, Sports Areas, Open Space, Tables, Volleyball Courts, Waterfalls, Playing Equipment, Shelters, Event Conducting Areas, Kids Grounds, Slides, Jogging & Monuments

Registration 1086533

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ALEXANDRA PARK

180 Russell Street, Manchester M16 7JL DIRECTIONS

Since 1868

Here’s The Deal:
Alexandra Park is a 60-acre park designed by Alexander Hennell. It is situated between the vibrant communities of Whalley Range and Moss Side, just off Princess Road. The park is a perfect destination to hang out with your friends, picnic, consume beverages, and generally meet up in all sizes of groups. The park has one senior football pitch, community rooms for hire, changing rooms and a multi-use games area. Alexandra Park hosts various concerts, events and festivals. The park provides diverse vegetation, sports facilities, hiking trails, a community café, a drinking fountain and a pavilion.

SPECIALITY:
Sports Areas, Statues, Fountains, Fishing Lake, Grassy Fields, Monuments, Playgrounds, Slides, Event Conducting, Dog Parking, Shelters, Bike Riding, Football Courts, Kids Grounds, Open Space, Aquarium Centre, Stone Benches, Walking Trails, Gardens & Tables

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Open 24 Hours

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