The Gym opens at Redrock Stockport
The Gym - the latest name to join the growing line up in leisure & entertainment - Redrock
Subject to the restrictions introduced by the Government in response to Covid-19, Stockport offers an abundance of heritage & history, shopping or shows (subject to availability due to current restrictions), food or famous facts, Stockport’s hidden gems will keep everyone entertained.
Stockport is already world famous!
Whilst some visitor attractions and bars remain closed, Stockport is a town of surprises. Follow the heritage trail to discover some amazing facts, beautiful buildings – from the 16th century town house that is now home to the NatWest banking hall on Underbank to the modern amenities at Redrock – Stockport is ever evolving and proud of its heritage.
Where old meets new – famous town centre landmarks span over 6 centuries.
The Three Shires built in 1580 and the NatWest Banking Hall are fantastic examples of Tudor architecture in complete contrast to the Stockport Pyramid, originally planned to be the first of one developed at Kings Reach beside the M60.
Stockport is genuinely ideally located having excellent connectivity by road, rail and air.
Or if you are looking for a healthy option, improved walkways, cycle-ways and bridleways are opening up new routes into Stockport.
Lying alongside the M60 Manchester Orbital motorway, Stockport is easy to access from all points north, south, west and east via links to the M6, M61, M621 and M56.
Find out more travel info on our Access page.
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Busiest time of the day:
13.00 – 14.00
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(Provided by January 2021 research)