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Bästa sakerna att göra i Manchester

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Science Museum
“The Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, England, is a large museum devoted to the development of science, technology and industry with emphasis on the city's achievements in these fields. Plus this is FREE to enter”
133lokala rekommendationer
Tanning Salon
“Area in the City Centre that has lots of interesting independent shops, cafes and bars. ”
115lokala rekommendationer
“The home of the world famous Manchester Utd. You can arrange stadium tours and if you're lucky enough, try and get tickets so see 75,000 fans.”
86lokala rekommendationer
“Art gallery in the centre of the city. There is always a selection of current contemporary exhibitions alongside the permanent historical collections. Also has a crafts collection which changes every few months. Activities are often available for young children and families for free. Excellent cafe on site too.”
62lokala rekommendationer
“Housed inside one of the most impressive of Manchester's modern buildings (the former URBIS museum), this four-floor monument to football boasts that it contains the greatest football collection in the world. It’s the permanent home to the FIFA collection, the Football League collection, the FA collection and many more, and it works towards the preservation and conservation of such memorabilia.”
75lokala rekommendationer
“Museum that is next door to the University of Manchester. Free entry and hosts a lot of natural history. ”
64lokala rekommendationer
“It's the seat of the Manchester city football club and within 10 minutes walking distance from my flat .”
66lokala rekommendationer
“Independent arthouse cinema and theatre in the centre of the city. Has a lovely bar and restaurant if you just want to soak up the atmosphere and do a bit of people watching. ”
55lokala rekommendationer
“Architect Daniel Libeskind's astonishing building, an aluminium-clad landmark on the banks of the Manchester ship canal, could easily have overshadowed the content within. Brilliantly, it does not. Sloping floors and obtuse angles inside are a deliberately disorientating attack on the senses. Like Libeskind's Jewish Museum in Berlin, the experience of the building itself establishes a state of mind that makes what you're seeing all the more effective. ”
60lokala rekommendationer
Tattoo Parlor
“Home to affordable outlets for independent designers and traders across four floors.”
51lokala rekommendationer
“The iconic Old Trafford football ground, home to the world famous Manchester United football team.”
64lokala rekommendationer
“Bar with a great view of the city from the top of the Beetham Tower. Entrance is located through the Hilton Hotel. ”
50lokala rekommendationer
“Gorgeous cafe overlooking Whitworth park, lovely Gallery shop and showing interesting exhibitions. Perfect for a rainy day”
60lokala rekommendationer
“The MEN is the worlds busiest arena hosting some of the world's biggest music artists, comedians and other events. Check out the schedule and see if there is anything you fancy.”
56lokala rekommendationer
“Remarkable building, free entry for all, a must-see on your visit to Manchester”
67lokala rekommendationer
“Manchesters largest country park in the city, 10 mins drive away, lots of walks, lake, views, kiddies park, monuments, farm, garden centre, ice cream vans, - often hosting special events like concerts, fairgrounds, etc. Even the pope came here once!”
41lokala rekommendationer