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Manchester is surrounded by areas of wild beauty.

There are plenty of sites in the outer areas from which you can access the city. Manchester has the Museum of Science & Industry, the City Art Gallery and the Cathedral to visit. Plus the Manchester United Museum, Manchester museum, and the Whitworth Art Gallery. Buildings to search out are the Manchester Town Hall, Royal Exchange and Urbis. Of course there is the shopping  in the city and the Arndale Centre. At Salford Quays there is The Lowry and the Imperial War Museum.

Some of the best places to visit in and around Manchester are Musuem of Science & Industry, Old Trafford Museum & Tour, The Whitworth Art Gallery, Castlefield Urban Heritage Park & Visitor Centre, Chinese Arts Centre, Gallery of Costume, Heaton Hall, Imperial War Museumm North, Manchester |Art Gallery, Manchester Museum, Museum of Transport, and the Urbis

Chester is easily explored on foot.

It has medieval and Roman walls and unique galleried arcades called ‘The Rows’ which run on top of the ground floor shops. There are many black and white buildings. The city walls are two miles in length. There is also The Grosvenor Museum and Chester Castle to visit.

There are many National Trust properties to visit in this county, Dunham Massey, Little Moreton Hall, Lyme Park, Tatton Park, Quarry Bank Mill and the woodland garden of Hare Hill. Alderley Edge provides a dramatic red sandstone escarpment to walk along.

Cycling along Middlewood Way, Biddulph Valley Way, Whitegate Way and the Wirral Way.

Liverpool is an interesting city. The River Mersey is a vital part of Liverpool’s history.

The first docks were built in 1715. The Tate Gallery is situation in the Albert Dock as well as The Beatles Story. There are many museums –  Museum Liverpool, Maritime Museum. There is also the Walker Art Gallery, World Museum and International Slavery Museum – find out more details at www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk .

Liverpool has good railway connections and another way to arrive is by the Ferry across the Mersey. There you will see the Pier Head , The Graces which consists of the Port of Liverpool Building, Cunard Building and the Royal Liver Building with the ‘Liver Birds’ on top. The new Museum of Liverpool is in this location also.

 The Yellow Duckmarine does tours around the city in an unusual vehicle.

Both of Liverpool’s Cathedrals are worth visiting, the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral and the Anglican Liverpool Cathedral. They are situated at either end of Hope Street.

Liverpool was the European City of Culture in 2008 and has undergone extensive development with a new shopping area called L1.


 

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