Nicholas Street, Manchester,
The U.K's 2nd largest Chinatown after London is a fabulous distillation of the Orient. An abundance of Far Eastern restaurants, bakeries and supermarkets makes the area's main square one of Manchester's most distinctive and delightful districts. The focal point is Europe's biggest Chinese Arch. Our Chinatown is uniquely ‘Northern’, flying the flag for Manchester, and for independence. We remain an area with a strong sense of community and camaraderie but also offering a rich and varied day out.
Sir Matt Busby Way, Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA
Go behind the scenes at Old Trafford and see the stadium through the eyes of Manchester United greats themselves. The 80 minute (approx.) tours run 7 days a week from 09:40 to 16:30 except on match days where restrictions will be in place.
Liverpool Street, Castlefield, Manchester, M3 4FP
Based on the site of the oldest passenger railway station in the world, the Museum of Science and Industry truly is a museum for everyone. Kids, big and small will be fascinated by the hands-on exhibitions, while the huge collection of vintage vehicles and historic working machinery is enthralling. Witnessing halls full of vast, steam-powered machines in action is an unforgettable experience.
14A Brazennose Street, Manchester, M2 6LW
Breakout is a live escape room game, a group of friends, family or colleagues are locked in the room for an hour and have to solve a series of puzzles. Contenders will have to search for clues and work together if they want to escape. With just 60 minutes to escape by using only the brain, there are no physical activities or challenges involved. Each room is designed to ensure maximum entertainment value.
Todd St, Manchester, UK m4 3BG
The National Football Museum is England's national museum of football. It is based in the Urbis building in Manchester city centre, and preserves, conserves and displays important collections of football memorabilia. The museum was originally based in Deepdale, Preston, Lancashire, but moved to Manchester in 2012
Etihad Stadium, Manchester, m11 3ff
The City of Manchester Stadium in Manchester, England, also known as the Etihad Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is the home of Manchester City F.C., with a domestic football capacity of 55,017, making it the sixth-largest in the Premier League and tenth-largest in the United Kingdom. Built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the stadium has since staged the 2008 UEFA Cup Final, England football internationals, rugby league matches, a boxing world title fight
Pier 8, the Quays, Manchester, M50 3AZ
The Lowry is a theatre and gallery complex at Salford Quays, Salford, Greater Manchester, England. It is named after the early 20th-century painter L. S. Lowry, known for his paintings of industrial scenes in North West England. The complex opened on 28 April 2000 and was officially opened on 12 October 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II
Deansgate is a main road through Manchester City Centre, England. It runs roughly north–south in a near straight route through the western part of the city centre and is the longest road in the city centre at over one mile in length
Talbot Road, Manchester,
Old Trafford is a cricket ground in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. It opened in 1857 as the home of Manchester Cricket Club and has been the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club since 1864. From 2013 onwards it has been known as Emirates Old Trafford due to a sponsorship deal with the Emirates airline. Old Trafford is England's second oldest Test venue after The Oval and hosted the first Ashes Test in England in July 1884. The venue has hosted the Cricket World Cup five times.
Moseley St, Manchester,
Manchester Art Gallery, formerly Manchester City Art Gallery, is a publicly owned art museum on Mosley Street in Manchester city centre. The main gallery premises were built for a learned society in 1823 and today its collection occupies three connected buildings, two of which were designed by Sir Charles Barry. Both Barry's buildings are listed. The building that links them was designed by Hopkins Architects following an architectural design competition managed by RIBA Competitions. It opened i
Unit D5, Barton square, intu Trafford Centre, M17 8AS
Attraction aimed at kids aged 3–10, including 4D cinema, LEGO models of local landmarks and rides
Barton Square, intu trafford centre, manchester, M17 8AS
Family-friendly exhibits with a variety of sea creatures (most offer play areas & group packages).