There are a number of guided tours around the city, with various points on interest. Some examples of tours you might find interesting are: Strangeways Prison, The Manchester Music Tour, The Football History Tour, Manchester Architecture, and the Alan Turing tour. In fact, Alan Turing is such a local hero (and a global one) that the Manchester Jurys Inn Hotel created an Alan Turing Tribute.
Located in the heart of Manchester (just a 20 minute walk from Jurys Inn), The Printworks offers a “state of the art” entertainment centre bursting with restaurants, clubs, bars, and a cinema. Whether grabbing a bite to eat, enjoying live music or heading to the cinema with the kids, The Printworks has plenty to keep you entertained – we recommend ‘The Hard Rock Café’ for a fun/unique dining experience for all the family.
Tatton Park offers a great day out for all with a stunning neo-classical mansion, beautiful gardens, working farm, an old Tudor Hall, a deer park, and stables! With a plethora of exciting activities to explore and interesting heritage to discover, Tatton Park is the ultimate day out for those visiting Manchester!
Located a short 25 minute drive outside Manchester city centre, Tatton Park is open all year round from 10am-5/7pm, depending on low/high season. The mansion is only open between March and October. Admission for the mansion, gardens and farm costs £11 for adults and £5.50 for children (4-15 years), with £5.00 for parking.
Dunham Massey Hall
Dunham Massey Hall is a beautiful Georgian house with Edwardian additions, located in a stunning 250 acre deer park with a charming Winter Garden. The house and mill are closed during the winter months but the garden, park and restaurant remain open daily between 9/10am and 4/5pm. The house re-opens in March until October with entry open roughly between 11am and 5pm. Admission for the whole property costs £11.20 for adults and £5.60 for children- the car park costs £6.
Dunham Massey is a short 25 minute drive from Manchester City Centre.