Discover the best top things to do in Sale, United Kingdom (UK) including Walkden Gardens, Aerial Extreme - Manchester, Urmston & District Model Engineering Society, Ordsall Hall, Worthington Park, Old Trafford, The Lowry, The Steamhouse, Altrincham Market, Waterside Arts.
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4.5 based on 124 reviews
I was completely unaware of the Gardens until we booked to see the Folksy Theatre perform here in August. We arrived early and had a lovely walk around prior to enjoying a picnic and performance in a secluded area. Lots of friendly volunteers offering assistance and information. Will be back to this hidden gem.
5 based on 307 reviews
Join us for a unique, fun packed experience on one of the world’s most awesome High Ropes Adventure Courses, boasting 38 exciting obstacles. Amaze yourself as you take each of the challenges head on, from speedy zip wires, mid air jumps, knee wobbling tight ropes and much more. The outdoors has never been this much fun. No experience or skill is required, just a sense of adventure.
Booked this as a surprise for myself and my 64 year old mother who is usually somewhat of a daredevil. When the surprise was revealed she was quite nervous about whether she would be able to manage the course, Beth and Cam were so supportive, encouraging her to look at the course prior to putting on harnesses and giving her reassurance that they would be on hand to help her. It is solely down to them that she even attempted any of the obstacles, they explained everything so well and clearly for the group. Got mother on the course but she gradually turned more and more white so after obstacle number 3 we decided to save her blood pressure and call it quits. Beth and cam were so supportive of her, helping her back and trying to gently encourage her to try again. We didn't end up going back on or even completing the course but really feel they deserve a shout out for excellent customer service!
5 based on 77 reviews
The Society operates a miniature railway in Abbotsfield Park since 1948 at Chassen Road, Flixton, in the Borough of Trafford, Manchester. We run every Sunday throughout the year except Christmas Day. And some Banh Holidays. Weather permitting. The railway is a continuous circuit of 2200 feet (670 metres) of raised track comprising both 3 1/2" and 5" gauges. It is one of the largest elevated tracks in the country. The price of a ride is 30p per adult or child.
Having visit Manchester with a 3 and half years old Grandson We wanted something to occupy him to past our time. Check on website for any local attraction and this one came up. It only open on Sunday and there was a lot of people...MoreThank you HungaryHopper for your review. We have put many requests to the local authorities for public toilets, but unsuccessful. There is a ice cream van that attends most Sundays. We look forward to seeing you again.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Easy to get to, central near Sainsburys. We regularly drop by and always find something fascinating in this beautifully restored Tudor house set in child friendly Gardens. The staff and vounteers are extremely helpful, pleasant and knowledgeable. A joy for children as almost everything is very hands on, from sitting at enormous banquet table with wooden plates and pewter tankards to dressing up in chain mail or gowns. Go - just drop by for a quick wander or stay for a browse and cup of coffee. When we visited they also had a beautiful display of silk work in side room. Entry free
4.5 based on 84 reviews
This is a truly lovely park, always buzzing at weekend and kept looking fantastic despite high usage. Despite not being huge it has lots of different facets and a great mix of open space and intersting plant life. Pretty much a perfect park for the town it serves.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Old Trafford, home to Manchester United Football Club, is one of the world's most iconic football stadiums. Nicknamed the Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford stadium has been Manchester United's home ground since 1910. Visitors can experience the clubs history and go behind the scenes with the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour. The award-winning Museum blends historical exhibits with interactive experiences, and covers an unrivaled depth of history. The 80 minute guided Stadium Tour allows visitors walk in the footsteps of legends, calling at the players' dressing room, before walking out of the tunnel towards the hallowed turf. Visitors can take their seat in the Managers' chair in the dugout and imagine the roar of the crowd on a match day. Additionally, visitors can have a bite to eat at the Manchester United Red Cafe. Visitors from all over the world are welcome to Old Trafford, and audio guides, souvenir guides and guided tours are available in a range of languages. We're committed to giving the same great experience to all visitors, so the tour of Old Trafford is fully accessible to wheelchair users, and the Museum has a lift to allow access to all 3 floors. Whether you're a Manchester United fan or not, a visit to Old Trafford stadium is a day to remember.
Although I'm not a fanatic fan of football, I do try to visit the stadiums home to famous football clubs around the country to since I'm already here.
The stadium is really massive. I joined the tour and it's well arranged and accommodates the group in an orderly manner.
There's no self-exploring in the stadium. Besides, you can get lost among the many doors.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Situated on the waterside at the heart of The Quays, The Lowry is a stunning, award winning building housing two vibrant theatres, a studio space, relaxing art galleries, cafés, bars, a restaurant, souvenir gift shop and Salford’s Tourist Information Centre. With a huge variety of Performances, The Lowry's Lyric and Quays Theatres offer a wealth of fabulous entertainment, including West End musicals, the very best in drama, live bands, famous comedians, plus world class dance and opera.Gallery entry is free and you can enjoy the work of one of the nation's favourite artists, LS Lowry, in changing Exhibitions of his work which we hope will offer some surprises. At the same time, experience work by artists of local, national and international renown to compliment our Lowry Exhibitions. There's always something new and refreshing to see in our galleries.With family fun throughout the building, guided tours, the Meet Mr Lowry film, plus participatory activity for all ages, The Lowry is a great day out.
I'm still buzzing from an amazing night at The Lowry. The company is made up of extraordinary talented dancers who work together to make an unforgettable night's entertainment. The audience was quite small - but more than made up for their size with the warmth of their reception. The dancers are athletic -gorgeous - musical, graceful and brave. A few stood out, but it's not that kind of company, they really are "collaborative". The programme was fascinating, the music well-chosen. It may have been altogether faultless as far as I was concerned. Why can't the Lowry generate a bigger audience for such an amazing troupe?
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Had a great lunch here with a European twist
Hubby had an omelette which was an unusual choice for him but he said it was lovely
I had halloumi and veggie stack and was not disappointed I don't normally order vergerarian
Great food and big drinks choice
4.5 based on 709 reviews
Altrincham Market : (Outdoor market) Monday - Closed Tuesday - 8am-4pm - Fresh Local Produce & Shopping Wednesday - Closed Thursday - 8am-3pm - Thrift & Antique Market + Fresh Fish Friday - 8am-4pm - Fresh Local Produce Saturday - 9am-4pm / Trad:Mod Market Sunday - 10am-4pm / Specialist Market Market House Altrincham (Indoor Food Hall) Tuesday to Saturday - 9am-10pm Sunday - 9am-6pm
We went last week to the Sunday market, good atmosphere, loads of food about and lovely craft stalls. I would advise going as it's interesting, loads of people about even though it was cold, but take plenty of money as some of the prices are extortionate!
4.5 based on 54 reviews
A vibrant destination for performance, culture and events. Live theatre and event spaces, galleries, bar & coffee house and workshop studios.
We came to this place as my son is a massive fan of Dangermouse. The exhibition was in a fairly smallish room, loads of various things about Cosgrove and Hall, various Danger mouse picture, a Dangermouse head, some interactive Dangermouse stuff. Had some Postman pat characters from the tv show, various Andy Pandy.
Wind in the willows stuff, some Chorlton and the Wheelies exhibits.
Worth a visit, but does not take long to see.
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