Tips for your Manchester sightseeing
Museum of Science and Industry
Shows the products of the industrial (r)evolution starting from the first airplanes, trains, and cars. Free admission.
Imperial War Museum
Covers military conflicts from World War I to the present day.
The Quays, Trafford Wharf Road
Great Britain’s largest library has found home inside a beautiful building inspired by Pantheon in Rome.
St. Peters Square
Shortlisted for “Museum of the year” award in 2015. Discover an exciting world of dinosaurs, animals, and mummies. Great for children as well.
University of Manchester, Oxford Road
Manchester Town Hall
Not far from the Central Library you find the city’s impressive Town Hall dominated by a 85m tall tower. Tours are available.
A wide variety of performing and visual arts under one roof.
Pier 8, Salford Quays
John Rylands Library
Recognized as one of the most beautiful buildings in Great Britain, the library hosts one of the world’s biggest collections of manuscripts and literature.
Text: Michael Qureshi
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Published: October 8, 2015