Peel Park is a park with significant history, providing activities, events and relaxation for the local community and visitors to Salford.

What's on at Peel Park?

Get involved with events and activities at Peel Park


Salford Trail anniversary with Manchester and Salford Ramblers

Wed 30 May, 2018

Join the ramblers for the first anniversary of the Salford Trail from ‘The Plaque’ at Salford Quays Metrolink stop to Peel Park. Linear walk. Starting from Salford Quays Metrolink stop at ‘The Plaque’, M50 3WL Ending at Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Chapel Street, Salford, M5 4WU around 1pm 5miles   Mags Metcalf 07947 864534 … Continued

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Wildlife Walk with Discover the Wild

Sat 4 August, 2018

Join the Park Keeper & expert guide David Winnard from Discover the Wild for this walk around Peel Park & the Meadows. Free! Booking essential 0161 7934219 Meet at The Park Keepers Office at the rear of the Maxwell Building M5 4PD Parking available outside Salford Museum & Art Gallery (charge applies) or free … Continued

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Ask the park keeper

We're the park keeper's Joe and Katherine, ask us about anything park related

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Families welcome

The park has something to offer for the whole family with lots to excite the little ones.

Let your four legged friends join in the fun and bring your dog to the park.


Since its creation the park has been a resource for educational purposes including history, art, wildlife and biodiversity.


Our green space has been popular for sports from the 1800s to the present day.

Wildlife & Heritage

We play host to some wonderful wildlife as well as having fascinating heritage stories to tell.

Explore Peel Park in photos

Visit our gallery to explore the facilities and things to see at Peel Park

Opening event 2017

Have a look at some of the exciting things we got up to at our opening event.

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Explore the renovations that have taken place in Peel Park.

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Sir Robert Peel MP


Sir Robert Peel was Prime Minister twice between 1834-1835 and 1841-1846. He is most famous for establishing the police force as we know it today. He also oversaw improvements in working conditions and this made him popular in the industrial towns of Lancashire.  Peel Park was named after Sir Robert Peel and a statue was erected onsite in his honour following his death in 1850.

Make a day of it

Once you've finished exploring Peel Park, enjoy one of the many local amenities.

Food and Drink
Food and Drink

Salford Museum and Art Gallery Cafe
The daily menu features sandwiches, panini’s, homemade soup and jacket potatoes as well as cakes. The cafe works with local suppliers to ensure fresh, high-quality ingredients.

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There are a wealth of food and drink options in the local area, from friendly pubs and community cafes to modern Italian restaurants.

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The Quays
Greater Manchester’s unique waterfront destination. It is Britain’s hottest short-break destination and packs everything you can do in a big city into one spectacular square mile. Shopping, sport, art, drama, history and truly world-class architecture – you name it and you’ll find it at The Quays.
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Bridgewater Canal
Take a walk along the banks of the Bridgewater Canal it’s a journey to the past and a glimpse into the future. Every stretch of the waterway has a story.

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Salford Museum and Art Gallery
The museum presents an exciting programme of permanent displays and changing contemporary exhibitions together with a range of events and activities guaranteed to inspire.

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Working Class Movement Library
Visit one of the most unusual libraries around. A place where you can discover the struggles of the working people, explore the past and change the future.

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The Lowry outlet
A place to get lost in all the great discounts and places to eat. It even has a cinema!

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