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My friend and I needed something to do on a cold day and we were really pleasantly surprised. It is so interesting and the audio guide is fantastic. The staff were so helpful. We had a really lovely experience and with the restaurant next door...More
Living locally, I had never paid a visit. We decided to go to see what it was all about. The first thing that surprised me was the entrance fee. £10 for two adults, very reasonable. After paying the entrance fee we were handed audio hand...More
Step back in time in this brilliant museum, we purchased a multi venue ticket and this was 3rd on our list in hindsight it should have been the first. Not only is it stunningly presented it takes you on a journey through time from early...More
If you have a spare hour or two, or if it suddenly starts to rain, you can do worse than pop in here. Unassuming from the outside, entrance on the market square, the building rambles down the slope where there are several floors of exhibits...More
Really is a great place to take your kids especially if you’re local! Some fab exhibits on offer here, Lots of interactive stations as well! Really worth a pop in, and it’s free, although they do ask for a donation which isn’t unreasonable in my...More
Situated at the heart of Stockport Market, this is an authentic historical property that is a must see.
We took a guided tour with audio that allows visitors the choice to follow the commentary or move in and out of it at their own pace....More
This museum is handily placed in the center of Stockport alongside the market hall and St. Mary's Parish Church. It covers local history and life in an interesting manner with good displays. The staircase house in and of itself is worth visiting. Having been there...More
Stockport's oldest townhouse dating back to the 15th century is in the historic market place and has been lovingly and painstakingly restored, and gives a real picture of how the families lived through the years.
Finally got to see Staircase House (first heard about it after the fire). We liked that the house has been set to show how it might have been used through all of the time that it has been around. We especially liked the area where...More
My wife and I were looking at attractions around Greater Manchester and basically picked this one out a hat, and I am so glad we did!
As we were given our audio tours and taken into the first of the 16 rooms that make up...More