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Where: 2, Tony Wilson Place, Manchester M15 4FN

A purpose-built centre for international contemporary art, theatre, film and books. Includes a cinema that shows independent, cult or documentary films.

The Stoller Hall

Where: Hunts Bank, Manchester M3 1DA

A superb new performance space for Manchester. Hosting a great programme of concerts and live music all year round.

Chethams Library

Where: Long Millgate, Manchester M3 1SB

The oldest free public library in the English-speaking world. Housed in Chethams School of Music, the library holds more than 100,000 printed works, including works from the 16th and 17th century.  Appointments must be made 24 hours in advance.

Bridgewater Hall

Where: The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley St, Manchester M2 3WS

Enjoy concerts ranging from classical and jazz through to world and popular music, in a historic concert venue that’s been hosting performances for 150 years.

 

The Portico Library and Gallery

Where: 57 Mosley Street, Manchester M2 3HY

A beautifully restored Georgian private subscription library founded in 1806. Open to the public for free, 6 days a week it offers a range of exhibitions and events.

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM

Where: The Quays, M17 1TZ

The museum explores how lives have been and continue to be shaped by war and conflict. Distinctive Daniel Libeskind building.

MANCHESTER ART GALLERY

Where: Mosley Street, M2 3JL

There are over 25,000 objects spanning six centuries in one of the country’s finest art collections. Great exhibitions and lots to offer the whole family.

MUSEUM OF SCIENCE & INDUSTRY

Where: Liverpool Road, M3 4AP

Historic site of the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station. The museum has exhibitions that tell the story of Manchester’s industrial past and a look into the science of our future.

 

THE LOWRY

Where: Pier 8, Salford Quays, M50 3AZ

The Lowry houses the biggest public collection of works by L S Lowry which numbers around 350 paintings and drawings. There is also two theatre spaces that hosts a range of local and national plays, comedians, ballet groups and shows.

MANCHESTER MUSEUM

Where: Oxford Road, M13 9PL

The museums fantastic collections span archaeology, Egyptology, rocks and minerals and vivarium to name but a few. Great for families.

JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY 

Where: Deansgate, M3 3EH

One of the most beautiful libraries in the world with its collections of international significance. Free to visit and open seven days a week, it was created more than 100 years ago as a gift to Manchester and its people.

PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM

Where: Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER

The dramatic story of the British working class’s struggle for democracy and social justice. The museum provides opportunities for people of all ages to learn about, be inspired by and get involved in ideas worth fighting for; ideas such as equality, social justice, co-operation, and a fair world for all.