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Quite beyond its initial ‘wow’ factor, this gorgeous park offers the ultimate in tranquility! Its autumn colours reflect the most beautiful of Nature’s palette.
Easily accessible by public transport: buses 42 or 142 from downtown. Just ask the bus driver to stop at the Didsbury...More
I must admit, the parking is not joy, but don't let that put you off! The gardens were beautiful, especially in Autumn. A really relaxing stroll. The cafe was really cosy and cute, as well as very reasonably prised. Although a small selection of cakes,...More
Fletcher Moss is a lovely park. It opens out onto a walk along the canal so you can walk for miles but the core includes beautiful Alpine Gardens and tennis courts bookable by the public. Watch out for open air theatre by Heartbreak Productions in...More
I've been regularly visiting Fletcher Moss and environs since I was a young child, more years ago than I care to remember and I rarely fail to find something new or maybe something I saw previously and had forgotten about ,the memory not being what...More
Hi Stayoshi, yes it's worth visiting throughout the year. There will still be plenty of greenery and the Alpine Gardens are always lovely. Look out for the monster benches with amazing carving by the gardens. One thing to... More
Hi Stayoshi, yes it's worth visiting throughout the year. There will still be plenty of greenery and the Alpine Gardens are always lovely. Look out for the monster benches with amazing carving by the gardens. One thing to beware of - if it is very wet the park is low-lying so the grass can get very water-logged - that's the time to make sure you stick to the paths.
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