Chorlton - or Chorlton-cum-Hardy to give it its full name - is a suburban area roughly four miles to the south-west of Manchester city centre. Among its landmarks are the local grade II listed library built in the Edwardian baroque style, and the Southern Cemetery, which contains various monuments of special historic interest; it is included in English Heritage’s Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
Stretch your legs in Chorlton
Those who enjoy the great outdoors are well catered for in Chorlton. Despite being so close to the M60 and Manchester city centre, it is surrounded by greenery courtesy of several parks and gardens, including Turn Moss Playing Fields, Ivy Green (which is a place, not a person), Kenworthy Woods and Chorlton Water Park. Old Trafford cricket and football grounds are also just a stone’s throw away.
Sample Manchester's many attractions
Those heading into Manchester from Chorlton should use the city’s excellent tram network. A straightforward journey can take visitors to such cultural and historic sites as the Imperial War Museum North, MediaCity UK and The Lowry.
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