Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens

  1. Location

    Wilmslow Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2SW

  2. Opening times

    Every day dawn to dusk

  3. Facilities

    • Tennis courts: no free use at Fletcher Moss. The courts are chargeable £4 off peak and £5 peak (the annual pass does not include access for this site) Book a tennis court
    • Visitors centre
    • Cafe (open daily 8am to 5pm)
    • Toilets
    • Pond
    • Orienteering
    • Gardens
    • Nature trails

    Free wifi available at the Fletcher Moss Park Visitors Centre

  4. Transport to and around Manchester

    Visit www.tfgm.com to find transport links

  5. Dogs not allowed

    • Tennis courts
    • Botanical gardens
    • Visitors Centre
    • Café
    • Toilets

  6. Dogs to be kept on lead

    Picnic gardens, Seated area of Top Terrace

  7. History

    The gardens and house, named 'The Croft' were sold to Alderman Fletcher Moss in 1912. The Croft was the birthplace of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). Alderman Moss subsequently donated Fletcher Moss Gardens to the people of Manchester in 1919. Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens has retains many of its original features such as the rock and heather gardens.

  8. Report a problem

    Report any problems in this park

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  10. More on parks

    More about parks, playgrounds and open spaces in Manchester

    Barbecues are not permitted in Manchester parks

  11. External links

    Find out more about activities at this park through MCR Active

  12. Location map

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