Welcome to Gigg Lane
Gigg Lane is an all-seater football stadium just south of the centre of Bury, Greater Manchester. It’s a historic sports ground, built for Bury FC in 1885, and serving as their home ground ever since. Both Bolton Wanderers and Manchester United have used the ground for reserve team matches, and it’s hosted rugby league, cricket, and lacrosse matches several times in its recent history.
Getting to know Bury
A large town in the north of Greater Manchester, Bury is dotted with great places to eat and drink, along with award-winning attractions. History buffs will love seeing the East Lancashire Railway, and the fascinating museums in Bury’s cultural quarter, including the internationally noted Bury Art Museum, Bury Transport Museum, and Fuselier Museum. Many visitors will enjoy The MET’s excellent programme of music, comedy, and other kinds of live entertainment. If you’re simply looking for an escape from the fast-paced hassle of urban life, you’re just a stone’s throw away from some of the most bucolic countryside in the north-west.
The Bury Sculpture Centre
The most recent staple of Bury’s culture, the Bury Sculpture Centre features exhibitions from some of the most prominent names in contemporary art from across the world. Whether you know a little or a lot about art, you’re sure to marvel at some of the incredible exhibitions at the Bury Sculpture Centre.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Gigg Lane? Travelodge Bury Hotel is less than 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Manchester Birch M62 Eastbound Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.