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Known as the capital of the north, Manchester is one of England's top cities and actually the world's first industrial city. Manchester, is where Rolls met Royce, and has managed to reinvent itself over the last decade and has become an exciting and vibrant city, being home to many stunning buildings and architectural gems, including the Grade II listed Corn Exchange, the Manchester Town Hall, many stylish and modern office blocks and the relatively new £150 million, 47-storey Beetham Tower - the highest living space in the United Kingdom!

Manchester is a happening and trendy place to be, and is especially easy to navigate. Various districts stand out and deserve exploration, and the centrally located Piccadilly Gardens is one of these areas. Directly to the west, the Millennium Quarter is also very special, while to the north, the bohemian-style North Quarter is close to both Chinatown and Canal Street. On the south-westerly side of the city is Castlefield and the Deansgate Docks, where you have the choice of waterfront restaurants. Invitingly, original, edgy, so happening, different: spend some time in Manchester and you'll soon see it's a very unique place. This free-spirited city demands your attention with a warm, no-nonsense welcome and a liberating open-mindedness that challenges!

 

Manchester is an amazing city with an amazing amount of history and culture to offer both visitors and residents alike. With over 2.5 million citizens, the Greater Manchester area is an enourmous market.


Top Attractions within Manchester.

Castlefield is a conservation area within the heart of Manchester. The site features an ancient Roman Fort "Mamucium", the reconstructed gateway of the original Roman Fort, the first industrial canal, the Liverpool Road railway station complex, huge fine old bridges and great waterside views.

Chetham's Library is the oldest free library in England. It is located behind the Cathedral and is open from Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. a great place for all bookworms and history enthusiasts.

Manchester Museum is a public museum owned and managed by the University of Manchester. The museum houses over six million (6,000,000) items from all over the globe. Its collections are showcased under the following categories: Eurasia and Africa, New World, Oceania and World Wide.

The City of Manchester Stadium (CoMS) or the Eastlands is a stadium that serves as the Manchester City Football Club's home ground. It is located along the street of Rowsley. The facility also hosts events other than football games.

The Performing Arts in Manchester is something to watch. The city has wide collection of theaters that offers shows for all types of audiences. For the most recent show schedules do check with the following establishments: Manchester Opera House, The Palace Theatre, The Dancehouse Theatre, Library Theatre, Contact Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre, Palace Theatre and the Manchester Opera House.

The Town Hall is a municipal building distinguished for its gothic revival-Victorian era architectural style. Its exterior and most especially its interior design complete with statues and murals are something that will amaze anyone.

Platt Fields Park is a lovely place to make time to visit, although Dogs are not allowed. Offering Rose Gardens, Shakespearean Gardens, Children's Play Areas, Skateboard Area, Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts & Bowling Greens there isn't much else left to the imagination.

The Imperial War Museum is a family of five museums: IWM London; IWM North in Trafford, Greater Manchester; IWM Duxford near Cambridge; the Churchill War Rooms in Whitehall, London; and the historic ship HMS Belfast, moored in the Pool of London on the River Thames. 

Piccadilly Gardens is a welcoming green space in Manchester city centre and is situated at one end of Market Street on the edge of the Northern Quarter. Piccadilly runs eastwards from the end of Market Street to a point where London Road begins: to the south of this are the gardens and paved areas.

John Rylands Library also known as the University Library of Manchesterprovides an extensive range of services and resources to actual and virtual visitors.
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