Situated just a few miles from the city center is one of Manchester's oldest surviving buildings. Parts of Wythenshawe Hall date back as far as the early Tudor period, making this an awe-inspiring place to visit. Step back in time as you wander through the half timbered hall displaying rare wall paintings and a beautifully preserved collection of 17th-century oak, walnut and inlaid furniture. The delightful gardens and grounds are also open and the adjoining public park is a popular local attraction.
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