Welcome to Wythenshawe Park, Manchester


 Due to the Coronavirus situation all volunteer sessions/football/events/activities at Wythenshawe Park have been suspended for the time being. 

The park will remain open for individuals & households to exercise once a day, but please follow the government rules of no more than 2 people in a group, unless from the same household, and observe 2m social distancing.     



This beautiful park is located in south Manchester, at the junction of the M60 and M56, between Wythenshawe, Baguley, Brooklands, Northern Moor, and Northenden.

It consists of over 100 hectares of open parkland dating from the 13th Century, with historic and ornamental woodlands, open grassland and beautiful wildflower meadows. The park is steeped in history with the 16th Century Wythenshawe Hall at it's centre, which together with the North Lodge and and the Statue of Oliver Cromwell are Grade II Listed Buildings.


The park hosts a great range of year-round leisure and educational opportunities for all ages which includes a varied activities and events programme, with highlights such as the annual firework and bonfire extravaganza, fairs and circus, sports and games events.

There are many individual groups within the park providing these events, activities  or facilities. Look at our Links page to find more information.

The park is easy to access by car or public transport and there's plenty of parking on site. 

You can find more details on our Directions page.

Wythenshawe Park opens daily from dawn to dusk.

A view of the Parkland, looking east

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