Stockport Sightseeing

Stockport Town Hall

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  • Hat Works, Wellington Mill, Wellington Rd S, SK3 0EU, +44 161 474-2399. 10AM–5PM. "The UK's only museum dedicated solely to the hatting industry, hats and headwear!" Free.

  • Bramhall Park and Bramall Hall, Hall Rd, Bramhall, SK7 3NX, +44 161 474-2020.

  • Lyme Park, Disley, SK12 2NR (at Disley, 6 miles southeast, +44 1663 762023. A stately home and extensive grounds owned by the National Trust.

  • Staircase House, 31 Market Place, SK1 1ES, +44 161 218-1460. Includes Stockport Story Museum.

  • Vernon Park and Museum, Turncroft Lane, Offerton, SK1 4AR, +44 161 474-4460. 10AM–3.30PM (museum). Stockport's oldest public park. Free.

  • Reddish Vale Country Park, Stockport, Greater Manchester, SK5 7HE.

  • Stockport Town Hall, Edward Street, SK1 3XE (, +44 161 474-3451. Built 1904–08 in white Portland stone by architect Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas, and opened by the then Prince and Princess of Wales. Wurlitzer organ concerts on Monday lunchtimes, tours available by arrangement for groups of 15+. .

  • Stockport Viaduct. Over eleven million bricks were used to build what was then the largest viaduct in the world. It is still hugely imposing and dominates the western edge of the town centre, and is a must for lovers of Victorian/railway architecture. .

  • Air raid shelters, 61 Chestergate, SK1 1NE, +44 161 474-1940. During World War II, an extensive network of tunnels was excavated in the sandstone under Stockport town centre to provide protection from bombing raids. One section has been opened up for visitors as a museum. Adult £4.75, concessions £3.50, children free.
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    Hat Works

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    The museum opened in 2000.

     

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    Bramall Hall

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    Bramall Hall

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    Stockport's oldest public park.

     

    Vernon Park

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    St Mary's Church is the oldest parish church in the town of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.

     

    St Mary's Church

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    Includes Stockport Story Museum.

     

    Staircase House

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    Lyme Park

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    A stately home and extensive grounds owned by the National Trust.

     

    Lyme Park

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    St Peter's Church is the second oldest parish church in the town of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.

     

    St Peter's Church

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    According to the visitors' guide to the church, the Rt Revd Geoffrey Fisher, former Archbishop of Canterbury, said that it is "the finest...

     

    St George's Church

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    Built 1904–08 in white Portland stone by architect Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas, and opened by the then Prince and Princess of Wales.

     

    Stockport Town Hall

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    St Thomas' Church is in St Thomas's Place, Wellington Road South, Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.

     

    St Thomas' Church

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    It covers 161 hectares in all and comprises some of the traditional Reddish Vale area, Reddish Vale Farm and the grazing land and Woodhal...

     

    Reddish Vale

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    Over eleven million bricks were used to build what was then the largest viaduct in the world.

     

    Stockport Viaduct

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    Christ Church

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    Christ Church consists of the remains of a redundant Anglican church in Wellington Road, Heaton Norris, Stockport, Greater Manchester, En...

     

    Christ Church

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    During World War II, an extensive network of tunnels was excavated in the sandstone under Stockport town centre to provide protection fro...

     

    Stockport Air Raid Shelters

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    Chadkirk Chapel is a redundant chapel near Romiley in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport in Greater Manchester, England.

     

    Chadkirk Chapel

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    Houldsworth Mill, also known as Reddish Mill, is a former mill in built in 1865 in Reddish, Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.

     

    Houldsworth Mill

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    St. Elisabeth's Church is an Anglo Catholic church in Reddish, Stockport designed by Alfred Waterhouse in the Victorian Gothic style.

     

    St. Elisabeth's Church

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    Woodbank

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    Woodbank is a historical villa and park located in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.

     

    Woodbank

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    Designed by the famed Alfred Waterhouse and completed in the late 19th century, it is still used as a working men's club today.

     

    Houldsworth Working Men's Club

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    It was home of the Arden family of Bredbury until 1823 when it was sold by William Arden, 2nd Baron Alvanley to pay off debts, and became...

     

    Underbank Hall

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