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Best things to do in Manchester

Science Museum
“Manchester’s Museum of Science & Industry documents 250 years of discoveries and innovations that began in Manchester and went on to influence the world. The museum also houses the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station and first railway warehouse.”
97lokala rekommendationer
Stadium
“If you are a sports fan, don't miss Man United's 'theatre of dreams'. Remember that match days get busy and Derby days (City v United) can be chaos in the city centre! Book your tickets in advance if you want to see a match, but you can also book stadium tours. ”
70lokala rekommendationer
University
“Museum that is next door to the University of Manchester. Free entry and hosts a lot of natural history. ”
40lokala rekommendationer
Konstgalleri
“Gorgeous cafe overlooking Whitworth park, lovely Gallery shop and showing interesting exhibitions. Perfect for a rainy day”
50lokala rekommendationer
Museum
“Passionate about Football? If yes, this is the place to go. The National Football Museum is England’s national museum of football, it's the perfect place to meet the greatest players, managers and teams in the English game.”
47lokala rekommendationer
Konstgalleri
“Don't miss Manchester Art Gallery on Mosley street for some great modern art.”
48lokala rekommendationer
Museum
“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. ”
42lokala rekommendationer
Library
“For those who set eyes on Deansgate's The John Rylands Library for the first time, 'library' might not be the first word that comes to mind. This masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture looks more like a castle or cathedral.”
60lokala rekommendationer
Biograf
“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. ”
46lokala rekommendationer
Cocktailbar
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“Great for breakfast, High-Tea and cocktails. Booking is essential as it is very popular with tourists, due to the panoramic views you have of Manchester city”
45lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“Thanks to a £12.5 million redevelopment of an existing, smaller museum, the People's History Museum re-opened in 2010 as a centre worthy of the important legacy that it houses: the 200-year-old story of British democracy. It grew out of the Trade Union, Labour and Co-operative History Society, which started archiving and collecting as far back as the 1970s.”
26lokala rekommendationer
Biograf
“A popular name in the cinema world - see all the latest films here. About 20 minutes walk from Chatsworth House or about 5 mins drive traffic permitting in a car/taxi.”
23lokala rekommendationer
Soccer Stadium
“Old Trafford is the home of world-renowned soccer club, Manchester United. If you can’t get tickets on game days, the stadium is open for behind the scenes stadium tours and entrance to their museum and club shop.”
21lokala rekommendationer
Bar
“LIve Music. A fabulous Jazz Bar in the Manchester Northern Quarter - its been around for a few years ! A great night out with family and friends. You would get the metro from Deansgate to Picadilly or an Uber from the Loft. ”
24lokala rekommendationer
Bar
“Manchester's first Bohemian beer palace, rustic and simple, Bavarian-inspired dishes. Showtime entertainment, live music and mountain frolics every day of the week. Highly recommended!”
22lokala rekommendationer
Cricket Ground
“Old Trafford Cricket Ground often holds international cricket matches and is of course home the Lancashire county cricket club.”
10lokala rekommendationer