Coronavirus (Covid-19): parks and green spaces
We have closed all of our playgrounds until further notice, our parks will currently remain open for exercise only. It is really important to follow the government’s social distancing guidance and to stay at home if you can to help slow the spread of the virus.
This guidance is under review and may change following the latest government advice.
The government has advised against attending mass gatherings and to avoid unnecessary social contact as well as travel of all kinds. Decisions regarding the management of events are the responsibility of individual organisers. Please contact them for the latest event information.
If you are attending an event, please follow the most up to date information on the Coronavirus.
More information about Coronavirus from Salford City Council.
Welcome to Salford
Find out more about the fascinating history and exciting future of our vibrant city. Ideally located next to our neighbour, Manchester, at the heart of England's north west, Salford offers enough arts, culture, sport, shopping, heritage, relaxation and stunning scenery to fill a day or a week.
What to see and do
Salford is jam packed with things to do, take a look.
Salford City is bursting with local goings on. Everything from music festivals to wine tasting events.
Food and Drink
From elegant fine dining to a good old fashioned greasy burger, there's plenty to please food lovers in Salford.
Where to Stay
After a day of exploring our city, you may want to get your head down for some well needed rest. Whether your preference is a city centre hotel, a serviced apartment or a B&B there are plenty of options to choose from.