Wythenshawe Road, M23 0AB
From dawn to dusk
Children's play area, Multi use games area (MUGA), football pitches, tennis courts (courts are free), Horticultural Centre, Community Farm and Shop - check our Facebook page, toilets, woodlands, Courtyard Cafe, walled garden, riding stables, baseball pitches, basketball court, athletics track (used only by members of affiliated groups), family trail, cycle skills zones, learn-to-ride and a pump track.
The Courtyard Cafe - set in the spectacular surroundings of Wythenshawe Park, offers a place for relaxation and a selection of various meals and homemade cakes. The cafe is an important focal point of the park, offering a meeting area for sport participants, dog walkers and families. The menu caters for all appetites from a warming cappuccino to more hearty meals. The staff will always try and use the best seasonal ingredients by local suppliers, the Courtyard works alongside local businesses. A delicious range of sandwiches, baton rolls, paninis and hot wraps will be on offer, plus a convenient 'grab & go' selection.
Check our Facebook page for opening times - open 7 days per week.
Follow us on twitter @thecourtyardwp and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCourtyardWythenshawePark
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Play area (age group)
15 and under
Transport to and around Manchester
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Dogs not allowed
- Tennis courts
- Courtyard Café
- Athletic track
- Horticultural centre
- Community Farm & Shop
- Children’s play area
- Tennis courts
- Multi use sports area(MUGA)
- Football pitches
- Riding stables
Dogs to be kept on lead
HistoryIn January 2012 an area of Wythenshawe Park was declared as a local nature reserve. The 85 hectare site will now benefit from greater recognition of its wildlife habitats and natural features. The park already features two sites of biological importance - Nan Noon Wood and Gib Lane Wood.
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