Covering over600 acres of land, Heaton Park is a municipal park in Manchester, England. The park includes the grounds of a Grade I listed, neoclassical 18th century country house, Heaton Hall. The hall, remodelled by James Wyatt in 1772, is now only open to the public as a museum and events venue.
Heaton Hall was owned by the Holland family since the Middle Ages and contains many Historical Landmarks dating back to that time.
Boats have been a feature of the Heaton Park lake for over 100 years, and rowing is still a great way to have fun and relax in the park. If you prefer to stay on dry land, the Lakeside Cafe is a good place to sit and watch the boaters.
The centrepiece of the play area is the refurbished iconic tower slide with a new bespoke UFO-theme that incorporates the current high slide
Heaton Park's award-winning 18-hole Golf Course and Pitch and Putt is open daily from 7.30am until dusk, when the park closes.
Gary Gore's family-run events are a familiar fixture at Heaton Park and offer a selection of attractions, from candy floss and catering kiosks, to white-knuckle rides and a full selection of fairground favourites.
The funfair will put a smile on everyones face!
From the organisers that brought you the UKs fastest 10k and the Cheshire 10k, RunThrough Events brings you the Heaton Park 5k, 10k and Half Marathon.
Running on the paths within park, this RunBritain licensed race is a great opportunity for a chip-timed personal best. There will music, refreshments and a fantastic themed Heaton Park medal.
This popular Easter funfair returns to Heaton Park with a fabulous selection of family rides and attractions to suit all the family.
Only 1 Pound for all rides.
The Hall is opened once a month to the public, where you are able to learn about the history and have a look around the building.
Friends of Heaton Hall will be around on the day to answer any questions.