Located in Levensulme (M19), a somewhat eccentric Manchester neighborhood that you can find southeast of the center, this "urban farm" is actually a throwback to an old farmhouse located in the countryside. Long closed, and almost
Accessible via the bike path of the Fallowfield Loop, Highfield Country Park is located between the old railway track and Houldsworth golf course. This whole area is actually an industrial wasteland that has almost returned to the
This small square, which lies close to Peter's Square, is simply a symbolic wonder. It has been developed into a site to celebrate the history of Manchester, so you can see a huge statue of Lincoln, featuring the letter of thanks he
Levenshulme is found in the famous "M19" neighborhood of south-east Manchester. This is a small village where you can still see traces of an industrial history, but today is a thriving place with small businesses and countless ethnic
Located in the district of Levenshulme, southeast Manchester, Cringle Park is part of the municipal gardens made available to the community for recreation, sport and other cultural events (concerts are held here regularly). But when
In the basement of Old Trafford is the official team shop. It's one of the world's most popular team shops in the world. You can buy a souvenir of the "Red Devils", be it a Cristiano Ronaldo shirt, or a different garment (hats,
COMS or Eastlands, as it is known in England, is in Manchester city center, just a few minutes from the central railway station. It was built in 2002 as an attempt to host the 2000 Olympics, which were eventually awarded to Sydney.
Manchester is a city full of culture. Among its art galleries, you can find the Whitworth Art Gallery near Oxford Road. It consists of ten exhibition halls. There are paintings, sketches, pictures, statues, and painted fabrics, with a
A nice park located near universities. We can walk, observing the squirrels running free. Many people come here to play football or rugby at the weekend, or just sit and quietly read a book on one of the park benches. The statue of
In the middle of the university, an unusual location for a church, you'll find this building. It's free to enter, and you can go inside and listen to the choir. At Christmas, there's a carol concert, also free. This is a Catholic
Manchester city center, the area is usually visited by tourists and is not very large. If you do not fancy walking or if the end of the day you want to go to the other end, you can always take one of the trams that connect the city.
The University of Manchester extends over a large portion of Oxford Road, one of the main streets in Manchester. It has a mixture of Victorian and modern architecture; the University Place is a real symbol of modernism, in contrast to
In Manchester there are a couple of major train stations. The city is larger than the normal. The Manchester Picadilly station is surely the main station. One of the major hubs in Northern England when talking about railroad routes.
The Manchester Museum is free, as are many British museums, and a visit takes about 2 hours. The museum exhibits range from prehistory (with a real Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton!), Ancient cultures in the aquatic world, etc. In short,
This library is just that, a library, built in the Gothic style with striking reddish stone, striking building decoration and in a good state of repair with has several rooms that tell the history of the library and Ryland, especially
The former central railway station was built in 1876, designed by John Fowler. Today it is a modern international convention and exhibition center, the G-MEX. With a theater, hotel and lots of facilities, this is an excellent center.
The Museum Of The Greater Manchester Police, is located in Manchester. The last day it will be open before Christmas Day will be Tuesday, December 22nd and the Museum will reopen on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010. Imagine going back in
Walking through the bohemian neighborhood, just at the end of the street, we ran into one of those places that if you speak English and and have time, it's definitely worthwhile. The Frog and Bucket is the typical comic theater style
In recent years, Manchester has achieved international fame for its "alternative culture". And this new artistic wave is concentrated in an especially bohemian fashion. The main street of this area is Oldham Street, a place full of
Located between the MOSI (Museum of Science and Industry) and the great Hilton tower, Castlefield was home in the late eighteenth century to the first industrial canal in the world and, in 1830, the first passenger rail line in the
Just a few minutes from the train station you can find the Picadilly Picadilly Gardens. A quiet little square which is also the heart of the city. Out of it come lot of trams that connect you to the rest of Manchester. Also, you can
It's the place of eclectic, indie shops. A mix of heavy neon, with second hand cameras and clothes, accessories, darling vintage fashions, games, posters, and tattoo parlors. It's definitely a "must see". You move from one floor to
Picadilly Garden is a square in Manchester city center. It's surrounded by restaurants, shops and a shopping center and is an ideal place to rest for a few minutes, lying in the grass, enjoying a wonderful fountain, etc.
The Richard Goodall Gallery (Manchester) shows contemporary art, photography and rock posters. There is now a new exhibition that will offer art collectors and Beatles fans the opportunity to see about artistic works, including eleven
The neighbourhood was quite funny to me. Everything had impeccable Chinese and Japanese details. There was a park with the typical red Chinese bridge, there's bamboo, tons of Chinese shops and of course restaurants. It was pretty nice.
The Manchester Palace Theatre is located on Oxford Street, in the northeast corner of the intersection with Whitworth Street. The Palace and the Manchester Opera House on Quay Street are operated by the same parent company, the
At the heart of the lively city of Manchester, I found a pub that was typically English. The architecture is amazing, and its name? The Shakespeare. The contrast between this pub and the city's modern buildings is huge. It's an homage
I was fortunate to find this little place that hides so much art inside. The entrance was free and without limits. You could spend hours and hours there. I got carried away analysing all the different works.
When the Christmas Markets begin, the centre of Manchester just looks so much alive. The streets of Manchester are always crowded but during the Christmas Market, it's such another level of crowd. You must move around the different
Definitely one of the most distinctive buildings in Manchester. It is situated in the heart of the city, opposite the Urbis building, and inside you can find everything. There are offices and Mexican restaurants and a shopping area. A
Manchester is a lively town. And one of its great attractions is its huge shopping district. And right there in the heart, a shopping center stands out above all else: Arndale, a huge monster that's open every day and is incredibly
Located in the city center of Manchester, in Saint Peter Square, this building dominates Oxford Road. Open to all, entry is free. It is a beautiful place, with amazing architecture. A surprising calm reigns within. Besides being
This serves as the headquarters of the Library and Information Service of Manchester, which runs a total of 22 other community libraries. The round, neoclassical design is the result of a contest held in 1927 for the construction of a
The Bridgewater Hall is an international concert hall in the center of Manchester that is a real cultural highlight even in this city where you'll find theatres on every corner. Its construction cost about £ 42 million, and more than
Victoria Station is one of the stations in Manchester, and provides access to the trains that depart towards the north of England and Scotland, as well as some trains to Liverpool. Located in the city center, close to the cathedral,
This architectural beauty of glass, created by British architect Ian Simpson, is located in the tourist and commercial center of Manchester. It is located near the Printworks, the Arndale shopping center and to the Wheel of Manchester
One of UK's most impressive town halls was completed in 1887. Although its style is almost always defined as Victorian, it is really English Gothic Revival style.
It is really impressive to see and I recommended to walk around the
The Manchester Jewish Museum in Manchester tells the story of the Jewish community in Manchester in that city during the last 200 years. It is located in an old Synagogue in Cheetham Hill Road. The synagogue building was completed in
The Wheel of Manchester is a bit smaller than the more famous London Eye but, like its big sister, it is composed of closed cabins so you can take a trip at any time. The best time to go is at night during the holidays when the city
Cross Street is one of the main streets of Manchester. It is just off Arndale in a big shopping area. Once you arrive, you have two options. If you turn to the right, you find the huge ferris wheel and white city buildings and Urbis
I do not think this place is very famous, however it caught my attention. There is a small passage not too far from St Ann's Square which provides access to Princess Street. It is undeniably original, because there are umbrellas found
The Windy Harbour Farm Hotel is located in the town of Glossop, which belongs to England.
The Windy Harbour Farm has a total of 6 rooms. All rooms are equipped with a full bathroom and air conditioning, heating, TV, and wonderful