Unlock the magic of Manchester

Manchester, often viewed as England’s second city, is a cultural hub famous for its two football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City. Once an industrial powerhouse this northern England city has a rich textile history showcased in the Museum of Science and Industry. The city is also known for the scientific works of Dalton, Joule and Rutherford.

Attractions in Manchester

Castlefield Urban Heritage Park
Site of an early Roman fort, the district of Castlefield has been beautifully restored into a 7-acre urban park with canal-side walks, landscaped open spaces, and refurbished warehouses.
Bridgewater Canal & Hall
A Concert venue in Manchester City that currently hosts over 250 performances a year. As well as concerts, the Bridgewater Hall hosts conferences and events for external parties.
Exchange Square
Exchange Square, is a major shopping area, located near The Printworks, that hosts seasonal events as well as the ever-present designer shops.
Northern Quarter & Printworks
The Northern Quarter is a trendy neighbourhood, with vibrant street art, bohemian bars & restaurants and independent record shops.
Salford Quays
Home to the BBC's flagship the area has been completely regenerated. Take a stroll over the Millennium footbridge for the perfect view of the Quay. You’ll find spectacular architecture and unique spots.
Manchester Ship Canal
Joining North West England to the Irish Sea, the Manchester Ship Canal is a historic waterway stretching over 35 miles.
A 200-acre mixed-use property development located at the southern bank of the ship canal. Home to the BBC, ITV and more than 250 smaller media and digital businesses.
Old Trafford
Old Trafford is the world-famous home of the Manchester United Football Club.
Munich Disaster Clock
The clock at Old Trafford Stadium remains permanently frozen at 3:04 p.m. on Feb. 6, 1958, that was the time and date when a plane carrying the Manchester United team crashed on takeoff from Munich's airport.
The Hacienda
The Hacienda was at the epicentre of the Madchester scene in the 80s and early 90s. Its lasting impact on Manchester’s music scene and its influence on club culture are still prevalent to this day, although it’s been over 20 years since it closed its doors.
St Ann's Square
The area now occupied by St. Ann's Square was once known as Acresfield, at the heart of Manchester's shopping district, it's home to exclusive shops, the Royal Exchange Theatre, bars and restaurants.
Manchester Cathedral
In 1847 a new Manchester diocese was created and this historic church became a Cathedral. Located in the heart of the Medieval Quarter it's stone walls have survived wars and witnessed the city historical events in first hand.
Lowry Centre
Opened in April 2000, The Lowry houses two main theatres and studio space for visual arts, offering a wide variety of performances and exhibitions.
Centenary Walkway
Starting near The Lowry and running along the water's edge, the path is marked with a number of stainless steel plates, providing personal and poetic reminiscences of the docks, installed in 1994 to commemorate the 100 years opening anniversary.
LS Lowry
Laurence Stephen Lowry was an English artist who spent much of his life in Salford and whose work is strongly associated with the city. Most of his drawings and paintings represent Pendlebury, Lancashire, where he lived and worked for more than 40 years.


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