Visit Manchester's museum of war and conflict. Exhibitions and events cover real stories of war from WW1 to the present day.
This museum focuses on the people rather than the war and how they have changed, overcome and survived through them from WWI until now. The museum is along the quay and offers free admission.
Virtual exhibits on everything from locomotives and aircrafts, to photography and nuclear power. Lists exhibitions, collections, events and contact details.
Hands-on, interactive exhibits fun for all ages where you can learn about the world through science. Not only that, but the museum is housed inside the world’s oldest railway station.
The Lowry is a theatre and gallery complex situated on Pier 8 at Salford Quays, in Salford, Greater Manchester, England. It is named after the early 20th century ...
Though the building itself is fun to look at, head inside to see the free museum exhibition.
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Its gothic architecture is a draw for many, plus the stained glass windows and amazing stonework make the visit totally worth it. It’s free to enter, though you can purchase a guide at the front desk and/or make a small donation for church upkeep.
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a traditional pub where you can order pub food and real (eclectic) ales. Choose from favorites like bangers and mash, fish and chips and meat pie. End your meal with a treacle sponge to share.
Take a nice stroll through the Cathedral Gardens, which are landscaped lawns, terraces and trees.
The world's biggest and best football museum. Home to football's greatest stories, from Pele to Pickles. Open daily, free admission. Manchester city centre.
Manchester is a huge soccer city. This museum, where there are more than 140,000 soccer-related items, has a place for kids to jump around and simulators to test your skills on the field. There are 7 floors to explore and admission is totally free.
Half term. From a rabbits foot to magical books, The John Rylands Library will be exploring all things mystical during February half term
This is one of the oldest libraries and has an amazing collection of rare books and manuscripts. There are also some changing exhibitions at the library. Admission is free and you’ll want to bring your camera to take photos of the gothic architecture which took 10 years to build.