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      Local Attractions

      in and around Wigan

      Wigan is the birthplace of Wigan Athletic Football Club and Wigan Warriors, who both share the JJB stadium as their home.

      Most people will know about the famous Wigan Pier, known in the past for its hugely popular club nights and promotions. It sits at the bottom of the Leeds/Liverpool Canal and is still popular with visitors, although for a different reason these days. It tends to move at a more leisurely pace, with people riding or walking up and down the towpath between Liverpool and Leeds.

      Wigan is also home to the amazing Haigh Hall, which itself is full of history. It is surrounded by stunning parkland and open to visitors throughout the year, with various events taking place.

      If art is your thing, then try the Turnpike Gallery, which includes work by local artists and workshops.

      Take a look at our top 'Attractions' in Wigan.

       

       

       

       

      Wigan Pier

      Wigan, Lancashire
      Wigan Pier is based on the Leeds to Liverpool Canal and was an area redeveloped in the 1980's. It was famously known for its nightclub, which closed in 2011, however remains a great destination for a leisurely stroll by the waterways. There is also a pub popular with both locals and visitors alike, which hosts comedy and live music events.

      Haigh Hall and Country Park

      Wigan, Lancashire
      This residence was once the home of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres. Built in the mid-19th Century, it's one of the finest stately homes in this area with its own history centre, alongside two hundred and fifty acres of parkland open to the public. The hall also often hosts spectacular events! So if you fancy a peaceful stroll with beautiful scenery consisting of lilyponds and woodland, or a night of elegance and fine food, head straight to Haigh Hall! It is also great for day-time outings with children and dogs.

      Turnpike Gallery

      Wigan, Lancashire
      Turnpike Gallery is a specialist museum which has been open for over 40 years now, with changing exhibitions including work by local and regional artists and groups! It is also home to theatre, music, film, dance and craft artist-led workshops, which are open for all ages to come and enjoy! A visit here is certain to get the creative juices flowing, and will spurt culture into every heart.

      Three Sisters Racing Circuit

      Wigan, Lancashire
      This place is a great idea for gifts, corporate events or even a family outing! Three Sisters offers a wide range of driving experiences from karting to supercar racing. Those with a need for speed, can also get fast and furious with formula 1 cars!