Fletcher Moss Park & Botanical Gardens, Manchester

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  • A really lovely park. Its a big park, lots to see. The botanical gardens are really good, very well looked after as is the rest of the park. Clean and tidy in all areas we went to. Lots of information...  more »
  • Having lived in Manchester for 4 years i'm ashamed to say I only recently found this wonderful and relaxing place!!  more »
  • These gardens are immaculately kept.The vibrant colours and beautiful smells from the flowering bushes is wonderful! A lovely place to visit on a sunny day.lots of places to sit and enjoy the gardens.  more »
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  • Interesting, good for walks, close to river and more walks. Decent cafe. Lovely gardens. Tennis courts. Close to pubs. On several bus routes.
  • Beautiful park although if you go with children, be aware of some dangerous areas. There was a path that followed to some stairs that took us to a bridge. There was water on both sides but the bridge floors were broken. The signs were old and unreadable, I realised the danger and the signs after I crossed the bridge. Very dangerous.
  • Lovely green space with botanical garden, woods, river walk, and café. Part of a flood plain so expect mud and water after rain. Since 2010 the botanical garden has sadly declined due to shameful govt cuts.
  • Been coming here for over 15 year so many fond memories of this place. Nice walks, botanical gardens are lovely, good cafe. Parking can be a bit tricky on the weekends if its a nice day.
  • A nice place to have a wonder round and always busy with dog walkers and runners. I use it as part of my running route so would recommend to anyone as a great place to add a km to there distance in a nice setting!