Bury is a thriving, bustling and historic mill town located on the edge of the Pennine Moors. It boasts an array of landscaped open spaces, the famous East Lancashire Railway and the world-famous Bury Market. The Cultural Quarter has a range of interesting museums and art galleries and the Sculpture Centre provides a mix of art and culture. The MET provides theatre and live arts and there is a lively dining scene at the international restaurants across Bury town centre. This part of the world has plenty of local food traditions, and you must sample the famous Bury black puddings and experience artisan chocolates at the annual Chocolate Festival in Ramsbottom.