Designed by James Stirling and Michael Wilford, it opened on 28 April 2000 and houses the Lyric theatre, the Quays theatre, studio spaces and gallery space displaying the L. S. Lowry and other collections. There are cafes, bars and restaurants .
The IWM North makes full use of its extraordinary exhibition space to deliver an award-winning immersive experience telling powerful stories of over a century of war.
Old Trafford Stadium is the world-famous home of Manchester United. With the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour experience, you can immerse yourself in the history of Manchester United.
Manchester Cathedral is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Manchester and the city's parish church. Dates mostly from 1422 to 1506 and was raised to cathedral status in 1847. Particularly attractive are its chapels on both sides of the nave and choir.
The Science and Industry Museum is a large museum devoted to the development of science, technology and industry with emphasis on the city's achievements in these fields. It is situated on the site of the world's first passenger railway station – Manchester Liverpool Road.
The National Football Museum is England’s national museum of football.
Delve into the social history and culture of the much-loved sport, with fascinating objects and exhibitions showing how football became the game of our lives.
Founded as a natural history museum in 1821, the University of Manchester-owned museum has grown to play host to a fascinating collection of exhibits.
From a fossilised Tyrannosaurus Rex named Stan, anthropology collections from South America to the Museum's Manchester gallery; the museum will leave you desperate for more.