Crowne Plaza Manchester is located in the trendy, vibrant and bohemian Northern Quarter. It is close to both Piccadilly and Victoria station. Walking distance to the city centre.
A five-minute walk from the hotel, the Gothic Manchester Cathedral dates to the 14th century, but the additions and restorations span centuries. Take a free 30-minute tour Mondays through Saturdays. Or enjoy a cup of tea and a quick bite in the Visitor Centre tea shop, before browsing the exhibits or perusing the bookshop.
Housed in a striking Edwardian building, Manchester's Corn Exchange is a global dining destination with nearly a dozen restaurants ranging from Brazilian barbecue-themed Cabana to Wahaca, an upscale venue serving Mexican street food. A 10-minute walk from Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre hotel, the Corn Exchange is notable not just for the food but for its blend of architectural styles.
For an alternative to high-street shopping, pay a visit to Afflecks. This indoor market features an eclectic selection ranging from vintage clothing to fancy dress. Manchester artists sell their one-of-a-kind fashion designs and accessories here. Browsing through the booths is half the fun, and people-watching is an added bonus at this beloved institution known for its local colour.
Regardless of the club you follow, the National Football Museum, a five-minute walk from our Manchester hotel, is a must-visit. The Hall of Fame is here, with memorabilia from England's all-time greats. Plus, you can test your own skills through interactive exhibits. There's plenty for kids and adults alike to enjoy, including historic BBC broadcasts that let you relive great game moments.
Spend a day in the buzzing Northern Quarter district surrounding our hotel. Stroll Oldham Street with its historic architecture, characteristic pubs and vintage clothing boutiques. Stop in at the Manchester Craft and Design Centre, housed in a restored Victorian marketplace. Nearly two dozen artists here work in open studio boutiques showcasing handmade items ranging from ceramics to jewellery.
Liverpool Road, Manchester, M3 4FP
MOSI is a fascinating and fun day out for all the family. Located on the historic site of the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station, housed in five listed buildings, MOSI’s fascinating galleries and outstanding collections tell the story of Manchester’s scientific and industrial past, present and future.
Urbis Buliding, Catherdral Gardens,, Todd Street,, Manchester, M4 3BG
Experience the world's greatest sport at the National Football Museum. Whether you’re a die hard football fan, planning a visit with your family or on a weekend break to the great city of Manchester, we want you to enjoy your visit to the world's biggest and best football museum. Free admission
The Arndale Shopping Centre, Manchester, Manchester, M4 3AJ
Shopping Mall in the Heart of Manchester City Centre
Visit the home of Manchester City Football Club and explore their heritage through the unique memorabilia and interactive displays, reliving the greatest moments and discovering what makes Manchester City the Club that it is today. To book stadium tours or match day hospitality including the City in the City package in conjunction with Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre call call +44 161 4441894 or email email@example.com
Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester,
The theatre of dreams, home of Manchester United Football Club. Go behind the scenes at Old Trafford and see the stadium through the eyes of Manchester United greats themselves. To book stadium tours or for matchday tickets see concierge or call us on 0161 828 8600.
Trafford Whalf Road, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1TZ
The IWM takes you through a timeline of wars Britain and the Commonwealth have been involved in from the First World War to the present day. Predominately examines the themes common to all conflict – from the role of women, to science and technology. Free admission