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Places of Interest

Manchester has many more attractions and places of interest to enjoy during your stay. For more information about what Manchester has to offer please visit the Visit Manchester website.

Museum of Science and Industry
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MOSI is open 7 days a week from 10.00am-5.00pm
Entry to the permanent galleries is free for everyone.

Manchester Art Gallery
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The Manchester Art Gallery is home to many of the city’s most fine and decorative works of art. Free entry.
Open Monday-Sunday 10am-5pm, late night opening Thursdays until 9pm.

Etihad Stadium
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Home to Manchester City Football Club. The stadium and club tour is available 7 days a week and captures the essence of the club. You will also find a club shop, restaurant, and museum.

John Rylands Library
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The University Library of Manchester provides an extensive range of services and resources to actual and virtual visitors.

The Machester Museum
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Home to an array of treasures from the natural world and the many cultures it is home to. Highlights include a T.rex and fossils of other pre-historic creatures.

Fletcher Moss Park & Botanical Gardens
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Fletcher Moss Park and Parsonage Gardens are open every day of the year from dawn to dusk. Entrance is free. Dog restrictions apply in some signed areas.

The Bridgewater Hall
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The Bridgewater Hall is Manchester’s international concert venue. Open from 10am – 8pm, Monday – Saturday.
The Bridgewater also holds various events all year round.

Old Trafford
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Home to Manchester United Football Club. Stadium and museum tours are available 7 days a week. These tours enable you to relive the famous history of the club and marvel in the splendor of today.

National Football Museum
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This museum houses both the FA and FIFA collections and is a must visit for any football fan. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm and on Sundays from 11am-5pm with FREE entry.

Royal Exchange Theatre
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An award-winning theatre. As well as classics, they are also one of the country’s leading theatres for new writing, with over 125 premieres in the theatre history!



People’s History Museum M3 3ER
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This history museum chronicles the lives of Manchester’s working people during the past one hundred years.