Buile Hill Park
Buile Hill is the largest and most popular park in the city.
The park has a long and varied history, with links to many important historical figures.
L.S. Lowry, a one time local rent collector regularly visited the park before gaining recognition for his works of art and Frances Hodgson Burnett, the author of the classic children's novel "The Secret Garden" was rumoured to have written the book during one of her many visits to the grade II listed Buile Hill Mansion.
Buile Hill Park is included on English Heritage's Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England. It is one of two Registered Parks and Gardens in the city, both of which are grade II.
Among the parks many attractions include an 18 hole pitch and putt course, tennis courts, outdoor gym equipment, picnic areas and a children's play area.
The Friends of Buile Hill Park are committed to the continued future development of the park.
Address: Eccles Old Road, M6 8GL
Classification: District Park
Opening times: 24 hour pedestrian access
- Car parking
- Children's play area
- Garden centre
- Pitch and putt
- Outdoor gym equipment
- Tennis courts
- Tree Trail
Park rangers: Yes
Friends group: Yes
Map of park location
This page was last updated on 12 November 2013