Your culture attendant: things to do in Pendlebury

A THING TO DO TODAY

PENDLEBURY
Price: Free
Time: 1-4 hours
Walk through history along one of Manchester's most historic canals - the Rochdale Canal - and hear guide John Robb and local residents as they explore the history of the area in a free audio tour. Take a smartphone, start at the west end of the canal (south of Liverpool Road) and listen along with the audio at hearmanchester.com.
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PENDLEBURY
SALFORD
53.51138, -2.32018


Sunrise: 03:59
Sunset: 20:30
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