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Wythenshawe Hall

Wythenshawe Hall Wythenshawe Park Wythenshawe Road | Wythenshawe Park, Manchester M23 0AB, England
+44 161 998 2331
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Beautiful place

Visited this wonderful place with my children who dressed up as victorian children, such a... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2015
Amanda C
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A group visit with Manchester Civic Society. Amazing history and the volunteers were fantastic... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2015
RHardman1
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Wythenshawe Hall, a half-timbered Tudor house with Victorian additions, set in the beautiful grounds of Wythenshawe Park.
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good33%
  • Average6%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible6%
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“park” (12 reviews)
“picnic” (3 reviews)
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Wythenshawe Hall Wythenshawe Park Wythenshawe Road | Wythenshawe Park, Manchester M23 0AB, England
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Reviewed 19 May 2015 via mobile

Visited this wonderful place with my children who dressed up as victorian children, such a wonderful place kids had a great time and all the volunteers and staff was so friendly I 2oll certainly be keeping an eye out for future events

1  Thank Amanda C
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Reviewed 10 May 2015

A group visit with Manchester Civic Society. Amazing history and the volunteers were fantastic, some even dressed in Edwardian clothes! We were shown a presentation on the history of the hall and area by a gentleman who was a descendant of the Tatton family who...More

1  Thank RHardman1
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Reviewed 20 November 2014 via mobile

So as a 29 year old local resident I have visited The half-timbered Tudor house more times than I can remember, and each time it always looks worse! Wythenshawe hall has so much history since being built around 1540. The most important is probably the...More

4  Thank Sherkins
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Reviewed 30 March 2014

thanks to the friends of Wythenshawe Hall, the hall is slowly but surely coming good, the tea rooms are now open and there are lots of events planned for 2014 including a 1940's themed day. Well done FOWH because of you dedication and tireless work...More

7  Thank peacelover1960
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Reviewed 19 January 2014

I have visited this Hall many times since I was a child,picnicked in the park and have brought friends and family to to see it, all of whom are always impressed. As a young teen I was shown around the house with stories of cannons...More

5  Thank HolidayBuzby
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Reviewed 27 August 2013

We were lucky enough to be in the park for a 5k funrun and discovered this house was open for the day to the public. It is beautiful but so sad, because of the damage being done to the property with rain coming in furniture...More

3  Thank Rainbirds
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Reviewed 5 August 2013 via mobile

An amazing building, with fantastic stories to be told. Very interesting for all ages, it would be nicer if it were open to the public all the time

1  Thank naturalbornred
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Reviewed 7 June 2013

A lovely park and going on a lovely sunny day made it all the more special. Our kids played football for hours in the acres of land they didnt bother a single person with their screaming and shouting lol . Nice play area and the...More

1  Thank bardsleyclan
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Reviewed 17 August 2012

I was there for an event & now, due to cuts in the council, the hall has passed to Libraries & parks. The Art Gallery has removed all it's contents & it is empty with patches where the paintings & looking glasses once were, &...More

3  Thank Masaka47
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Reviewed 17 June 2012

When are the powers that be going to do something about preserving this beautiful and important building. I walked around it last week and it is beginning to fall apart. If it is neglected much longer it will end up needing to be demolished (...More

6  Thank olgabuckley
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