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Was lovely to bring my toddler somewhere I spent so many days as a child. The park was still the same! And the farm is still absolutely rubbish!
HOWEVER the pièce de résistance was the tropical “jungle” greenhouse and the gardens and the bee club....More
We always spent most of the summer holidays having picnics and playing in wythenshawe park. I have lots of fond memories. The park is big eith lovely mature trees. The hall is up for repair but still stands solid in the grounds. Gardens are great....More
Due to the arson a few years ago the hall is still been rebuilt and as a consequence fenced off from the public.
The park grounds are large and good for walking etc.
Kids play area well used.
Walled gardens and greenhouses worth a look
We were pleased to se that the Tropical House is to close for refurbishment in the New Year as it's a charming place with interesting plants, birds and fish.
It makes a great retreat from typical Manchester weather and e really hope that the makeover...More
Wythenshawe Park is absolutely beautiful! I live within walking distance from here and it is sometimes taken for granted. My husband and I took our daughter for a picnic there and we really did have a fantastic day. We did a bit of blackberry picking...More
Open spaces, wildlife and nature close to the centre of Manchester. Lovely gardens, woodlands and a community farm. You can enjoy a snack/drink at the Courtyard Cafe where dogs are allowed. Tennis and golf available. Lovely to visit with ample parking.
Unfortunately there is no an opportunity to visit the Hall now because of tragic fire. But I would highly recommend to visit the Wythenshawe Park! It's just a huge! And it's so nice, so full of little natural details. It's ideal place to walk or...More