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Pictures of Wythenshawe Hall & Park

a Historic Building in the town of Manchester, in the county of Greater Manchester

About Wythenshawe Hall & Park

Wythenshawe Park is one of Manchester Leisure's regional parks. The park is set in 109.27 hectares (270 acres) of green area and boasts a wide range of leisure opportunities for all age groups, all year round. The park hosts Family Fundays throughout the summer, and an annual firework and bonfire extravaganza.

Wythenshawe Hall was a family home for nearly four hundred years. The original Hall was built around 1540 by Robert Tatton, and was developed over the following centuries by fourteen generations of his family. In 1926 the Tatton estate was sold to provide new housing for the people of Manchester and the Hall and parkland were turned into an art gallery and landmark for the many people who live and work locally.

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