Heaton Park is the largest park in Greater Manchester and one amongst the biggest municipal parks in Europe. It covers almost 600 acres of land. Built in 1772, it is located in the bosom of the park and even though it is not open to the public in recent times but still it remains a monumental sight.
The park has been extensively revived but still it many of its original buildings and panorama have been retained. It has an 18-hole golf course, mini putt, tennis courts and fanatic range which attract numerous sports fanatic. Families arriving here explore the woodlands, animal farm, observatory, ornamental gardens, boating lake, adventure playground and volunteer-run tramway and museum.
Platt Hall is a sumptuous Georgian house which was built in 1764. It offers an excellent synopsis of English fashion and costume from as early as 1600 to the present day.
It is possibly the only assemblage to rival London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The Gallery of Costume exhibiting one of the biggest assemblages of costumes and accessories in Britain are perhaps the most notable strengths of the museum.
Manchester’s educational front is focused mainly on the University of Manchester which was built in 1851. The university incorporates an array of institutes and residence halls. There have been three Nobel prizewinners from the university:
Ernest Rutherford (1871-1939), who gave the idea of modern atomic physics,
James Chadwick, who in 1932 validated the existence of the neutron, and
Sir John Cockcroft (1897-1967), one of the top physicists in British and Canadian atomic research.
In the bosom of the university, there’s the Whitworth Art Gallery which is renowned for its assemblage of British drawings, modern art, sculpture, prints and watercolors, and also exhibiting the largest wallpaper and textile collections outside London. Neighboring the university is the Manchester Museum with its pervasive Egyptian exhibits and scientific collections.
The People’s History Museum is the center for the collection, protection, perception and study of materials relating to the history of people from the very beginning who came and worked in The Great Britain. There are two other museums very near to the People’s History Museum.
The Manchester Jewish Museum which exhibits the life and settlement of city’s Jewish community in Manchester
The Museum of Transport showcases the collection of vintage vehicles belonging to the city transport service. This includes 60 old public buses and many other vehicles.
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