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Intu Trafford Centre in Manchester boasts over 280 stores including Selfridges, an Apple Store and John Lewis, along with a number of dining options and multiplex cinema. For those looking for more fun than fashion there's also Laser Quest, minature golf and an arcade for keen gamers.
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As you tour Old Trafford in the company of iconic players such as Andrew Cole, Wilf McGuiness, Norman Whiteside, Stuart Pearson and Alex Stepney, you will be transported back to the greatest victories and most precious club moments in the best way possible – through the words of those who lived, breathed and created them.
Read more about: Manchester United Football Club
Attractions•Animal & wildlife
Martin Were is where wilderness and family-friendliness combine.
Read more about: Martin Mere Wetland Centre
Attractions•History & culture
Home to spectaculars such as Dancing On Ice and Strictly Come Dancing, the MEN holds up to 21,000 people and is the largest indoor arena in Europe.
Read more about: MEN Arena, Manchester
From the worlds first industrial city to 24-hour party capital, the Museum of Science and Industry will take you on a journey through Manchesters heritage with sights, sounds and even smells! You can see what it was like to work in a cotton mill during one of our textile demonstrations, see the stars of the night sky in our Planetarium or even venture into a Victorian sewer.
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Ribchester Roman Museum, is located in the picturesque village of Ribchester which is set in the beautiful countryside of the Ribble Valley.
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There’s nothing quite like a little retail therapy to make your stay away special.
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In a magnificent waterside location at the heart of the redeveloped Salford Quays, The Lowry is the architectural flagship of the area.
Read more about: The Lowry Centre
Spring and Summer
Turton Tower evolved from being a simple stone Pele tower, which was built around 1420 as a defensive fortress, to an impressive and comfortable residence by the Tudor and early Stuart period.
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Standing on the banks of the River Calder, Whalley Abbey has been a focal point of hospitality since the 14th Century.
Read more about: Whalley Abbey
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