1. Stevenson Square
A small square surrounded by some of the most quirky and exciting bars in Manchester is also home to the Outhouse. This disused public toilet turned art gallery, features a frequently changing graffiti mural.
2. The Substation
A short walk from Stevenson Square is the Northern Quarter (NQ) substation. Graffitied by the same art collective behind the Outhouse, the murals here are usually quirky, colourful with a hint of social commentary.
3. Victoria Baths
Opened in 1906 this listed Edwardian swimming pool & Turkish bath was once described as "a water palace of which every citizen of Manchester can be proud." The baths now serve as an event space, frequently holding art exhibitions, food festivals and even a cinema. The real draw here is the building its self, a fantastic demonstration of Edwardian luxury, with stained glass and mosaic tiles. Find out when you can visit here: http://www.victoriabaths.org.uk/visit/
4. The Northern Quarter
If food and drink pictures are more your thing, Manchester's Northern Quarter is the place to be. Home to a range of quirky cocktails, and monster burgers, you are bound to get pictures that will have your followers drooling.
5. John Rylands Library
Still a working library for the University of Manchester, John Rylands library is free to visit. The gothic architecture and high glass windows are beautiful and full off a that Hogwarts aesthetic.
6. Tatton Park
A short drive out of the City Centre is the country estate of Tatton Park. This is one of the North Wests most popular heritage attractions, complete with 18th Century Mansion, and 1,000 acres of Deer Park. Tatton Park is a fantastic example of English heritage, and the grounds offer a great quintessentially British country photo op.
7. Museum of Science and Industry
The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) is not only a fantastic exploration of Manchester's place in the Industrial Revolution, but it's also a fun location where you get your hands stuck into some science.
Get pictures in front of Victorian age machinery from Manchester cotton mills, see replica Victorian steam engines and try your hand at lifting a Mini Cooper!
8. Bee in the City
From the 23rd July 2018 over 80 individually designed Bee Sculptures will be placed around the City. The Worker Bee is the symbol of Manchester, and each bee has been painted by local and emerging artists, each on capturing an essence of Manchester's nature. Can you get a snap with all of the Bees?