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Manchester

TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City
A cocktail of history and culture with that perfect twist of modern fun, is what makes Manchester and ideal place to explore. Discover the captivating exhibits at the Manchester Museum and learn about Britain’s march to democracy at the People’s History Museum. The striking architecture finds a place in Manchester Town hall, the magnificent Manchester Cathedral and John Rylands Library. A walk among the Victorian houses, a tour of Lyme Park, cruising through Chinatown or relaxing at Dunham Massey—England’s winter gardens, are all a must visit. Shop at Trafford Centre or Lowry Outlet Mall and shop to your heart’s content. For the sporty types, do take a tour of the Old Trafford Football Stadium and Old Trafford Cricket Ground. This so called capital of the North strongly vies with London.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Old Trafford Football Stadium

Old Trafford Football Stadium

The third largest stadium and the second largest football stadium in the UK is home to the Manchester United Football Club whose nickname is ‘The Red Devils’. Opened in 1910, it has a capacity to seat a total of 75,635 spectators. The highlight of this ground is the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, formerly called the United Road Stand or the North Stand. It is a three-tier stand and can seat about 26,000 spectators, hence being the largest of all the four stands.

Image Courtesy: André Zahn via Wikimedia-Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City  Old Trafford Cricket Ground

Old Trafford Cricket Ground

Established in 1857, the Old Trafford Cricket Ground is home to the Lancashire County Cricket Club. It has the privilege of being the venue for the first ever Ashes test match in 1884, as well as England’s second oldest venue for test cricket. This was the cricket ground, which saw the legendary Jim Laker pick up all 10 wickets in an entire innings of a test match, and 19 out of 20 wickets in both test innings—an unrivalled record even today. The ground can seat up to a maximum of 26,000 spectators.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Vinyl Exchange / Piccadilly Records

Vinyl Exchange / Piccadilly Records

Founded in 1988, Vinyl Exchange is the largest buyer and seller of second-hand and vintage CDs, records and DVDs in north western England. Spanning over two floors, the friendly staff are always hands-on with the clients’ requirements and know the store like the back of their hands. Choose from a wide range of music genres such as rock, pop, metal, punk, house, techno, hip-hop, jazz, and pretty much anything you’re looking for. A sure-shot way to satisfy your vinyl fix.

Image Courtesy: Marc Wathieu via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival

The Manchester International Festival was started in 2007 and showcases as well as encourages new works from performing artists, visual artists and also popular culture. With the support of commissions and partnerships, the festival has had the opportunity to spread and perform at other international venues such as the Park Avenue Armory in New York, the Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Festival and the Festival d’Automne in Paris. It is held annually every year in July and celebrates the important role that Manchester plays in music, arts, culture, and innovation.

Image Courtesy: Andy Miah_Kraftwerk, Manchester International Festival 2009
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Lyme Park

Lyme Park

This is a large estate that consists of a 16th century mansion house surrounded by formal gardens and a deer park. It was built in the Elizabethan, Palladian and Baroque styles of architecture, and is owned and managed by the National Trust. The house and gardens are open to the public, along with the grounds, which has shops, a refreshment kiosk, a coffee shop and a restaurant in its confines. The park has also served as a backdrop for movies such as ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and ‘The Awakening’.

Image Courtesy: Julie Anne Workman via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Teacup Kitchen

Teacup Kitchen

A well-known joint for its tea, coffee and cakes, Teacup Kitchen also serves a wide range of dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is celebrated as the ‘Best Casual Dining Venue’ in the city and guests can expect to enjoy a balanced menu in a warm and comforting ambiance. The establishment opened its doors almost ten years ago and its highlight is the Afternoon Tea, which is served from midday every day, the specialities being the homemade finger sandwiches, scones, mini-cakes and fruit tarts.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Salford Quays

Salford Quays

Salford Quays is located in an area of Manchester called Salford and is one of the first and largest urban regeneration projects in the UK after the closure of the docks in 1982. It consists of two huge sections called the Manchester Docks and the Pomona Docks, and together covers an area of 120 acres of water and 1,000 acres of land. This, in recent times however, has transformed itself into Greater Manchester’s classy waterfront destination. This is the place to be to experience and enjoy world class entertainment, dining and leisure facilities.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester Museum

Manchester Museum

Founded in 1867, this museum showcases works related to archaeology, natural history and anthropology and is owned by the University of Manchester. It is one of the prime tourist attractions in the city and sees an annual footfall of 360,000 visitors. Explore through one of the largest collections of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the UK, which is also a part of 1,700 items related to human remains. The Zoological Collection comprising of 600,000 animal objects as well as 3,000,000 insect specimens is the pride of the museum and the third-largest in the country.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester Gay Village

Manchester Gay Village

Located in Canal Street, Manchester Gay Village is officially recognised as the LGBT centre in the UK, apart from London. The village hosts many events round the year such as The Skins Weekend, the Bears Bash, Sparkle the Trans Festival and the annual gay pride festival called Manchester Pride in the month of August. The lesbian community is also a part of the Gay Village with LGBT sports and social events taking place here as a regular feature and attracts tourists from all parts of the world.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City People's History Museum

People's History Museum

Also known as the National Museum of Labour History till 2001, the People’s History Museum collects, conserves, interprets and studies UK’s history of the blue-collared section of society. Walk through 200 years of the democratic history in the UK depicting the lives of ordinary people in their homes, offices and at leisure. It opened in 1994 as the Pump House People’s History Museum and eventually was renamed as the People’s History Museum in 2001. The museum houses a large collection of political material in England since the 19th century including 2,000 posters, 300 political cartoons and 7,000 trade union badges.

Image Courtesy: Bernard Randall via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Chinatown

Chinatown

Chinatown in Manchester is an ethnic enclave, which is second-largest of its kind in the UK and the third-largest in Europe. Its iconic archway located on Faulkner Street was built in 1987 and houses many Chinese shops, restaurants, bakeries and supermarkets. Their boundaries stretch from Mosley Street in the west to Portland Street in the east, to Princess Street in the south and Charlotte Street in the north. Get a taste of the Chinese traditions and feast on their dumplings and dim sums here.

Image Courtesy: M.V. Photography / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Gorilla

Gorilla

Sip on a gin and tonic, gin-based cocktails and buy a few homemade tonic syrups at the Gorilla, which features a gin parlour, restaurant and a bar all rolled into one. Have a home-cooked and fresh meal once you’re done and breathe in the wafting aroma exuded by the handmade bread and cakes. This place also has live concerts by bands and stand-up comedy acts six days a week, with a capacity to host 700 people for a single show. They were the winners of the prestigious MFDF Bar of the Year in 2013. Enjoy the show while sipping on your drink.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester Aquatics Centre

Manchester Aquatics Centre

This is an aquatic sports facility for the public, which was opened in 2000 and was originally built keeping in mind the 2002 Commonwealth Games. The roof resembles a sea wave and the Centre hosts many swimming and water polo events, both at national and international events. It consists of two 50m swimming pools, a 25m diving pool with varying depths, a ‘leisure’ pool and a health suite that includes a steam and sauna room.

Image Courtesy: Mikey from Wythenshawe, Manchester, UK via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Wythenshawe Park Farm

Wythenshawe Park Farm

Established in 1984, this is a great place and an enticing opportunity for children to learn about how food is manufactured, along with witnessing the functioning of an actual countryside farm. Gaze at a goat, pet a pig or stroke a sheep and get up, close and personal with the traditional methods of farming here. You can sponsor an animal and take a look at their detailed breeding programme, owing to which you can see different young animals during different seasons of the year.

Image Courtesy: Tom Venables via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City John Rylands Library

John Rylands Library

The John Rylands Library was established in 1900 in memory of Manchester’s first multi-millionaire John Rylands. It merged with the University of Manchester in 1972 and was built in the Victorian Neo-Gothic style of architecture. Upon first glance, it looks more like a castle or cathedral than a library and is touted as one of the ‘101 things to do before you go abroad’ in England. It has a large collection of 40,000 books including the oldest known copy of the New Testament, medieval manuscripts and the St John Fragment. Bookworms, you can’t miss this one.

Image Courtesy: Alastair Wallace / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

Soothe your senses at the beautiful and picturesque expanses of the Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden that was established in 1919. It is divided into a botanical garden, a wildlife habitat and various recreational facilities such as football pitches, tennis courts and a café. The garden is spread over an area of 21 acres and is well known for its botanical beauty with many plants and flowers such as the Lebanon cedar trees, tulips, walnut tree, mulberry bush, redwoods, yew, and orchids. Enjoy the tranquil haven of the tropical plants and trees.

Image Courtesy: Wikidwitch via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester Town Hall

Manchester Town Hall

Situated in Albert Square, this is one of the most striking structures of the city and can be identified because of its Neo-Gothic architecture as well as its tall and imposing clock tower, which reaches for the sky at a height of 280 feet. It is considered to be one of the finest examples of Gothic revival architecture in the world. It houses numerous local government departments and its Great Halls are decorated with the Manchester Murals that take you on a visual historical tour of the city. This splendid complex also acts as a venue for weddings, events and conferences.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Granada Studios

Granada Studios

Granada Studios, also known as Quay Street Studios and Granadaland was inaugurated in 1956 and were the headquarters of Granada Television. They were the oldest purpose-built television studios in UK and had the privilege of broadcasting the first televised performance of the Beatles in 1962. After an unfortunate dip in production, the studios shut down in 2013 and ITV Granada and ITV Studios shifted to MediaCityUK. It is now however, a platform to showcase the creativity, innovation and heritage of the city.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Albert Hall

Albert Hall

Albert Hall was a Wesleyan chapel established in 1910 and was left unused since 1969. In 2012 it was renovated and resurrected into an unparalleled music hall, events venue, restaurant and bar. It always has a packed annual schedule and features live shows by leading music bands and groups, as well as an excellent place to be for club nights. Have a meal at the Schloss restaurant and bar, spread over a huge area that can seat 700 guests at one sitting.

Image Courtesy: Alex Pepperhill via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Canal Street

Canal Street

This main stretch of pedestrian street runs along the Rochdale Canal and houses the Manchester Gay Village. Stroll along the street that is lined with gay bars and restaurants and teems with gay tourists from all over the world. It is locally known as ‘anal street’ after the ‘A’ in the Canal Street signboard was knocked off to make it Anal Street. However, people sporting all sexual underlines are welcome here, even heterosexuals, which shows the broad-mindedness of the Mancunians.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Royal Exchange

Royal Exchange

Established in 1921, the Royal Exchange was built in Classical Baroque style of architecture. It was initially opened up during the time when the cotton exchange was flourishing and was at its peak in the 18th century when the need for a second exchange was felt. It was subject to heavy damage during the Manchester Blitz during World War II and the Manchester bombing in 1996. However, it was refurbished and reopened in 1998. Today, the Royal Exchange plays host to several theatre productions, plays, drama, literary events, and rock concerts

Image Courtesy: University of Salford Press Office via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Dunham Massey

Dunham Massey

- One of England’s great winter gardens nestled within an ancient parkland, this is an ideal location to revel in and feel the nip and clear days of winter. Discover the resident wildlife here such as woodpeckers, owls and deer as the heady scents and myriad colours envelope you. Quite popular among tourists, the Dunham Massey in an old Georgian mansion and houses the ruins of an old castle as well on its 127 acres. Explore this 18th century Georgian country house with its 30 rooms adorned with paintings and quaint furniture.

Image Courtesy: Alastair Wallace / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Trafford Centre

Trafford Centre

The Trafford Centre was opened in 1998 and is a shopper’s paradise spread over a massive area of 207,000 sq m with 280 stores over four floors. It is the second largest shopping complex in the UK and witnesses a weekly footfall of 28,500 visitors. Upon first glance, the interior of the mall will remind you of a world-class hotel or casino because of its spectacular and opulent architecture and fittings. It has slots to accommodate 11,500 vehicles, has UK’s busiest cinema and The Orient, which is Europe’s largest food court with a capacity to seat 1,600 people.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Lowry Outlet Mall

Lowry Outlet Mall

You can easily spend an entire day at the Lowry Outlet Mall, which houses more than 80 shops; shop till you drop for discounted merchandise at up to 70 per cent off the retail prices. Stroll around the vast expanse of this mall located along the beautiful Manchester waterfront, which first opened to the public in 2001. Watch a movie at the world’s first Red cinema, grab a bite to eat at the 400-seater food court with its nine food outlets or just relax and sip a coffee at one of the various coffee shops.

Image Courtesy: Ronald Saunders from Warrington, UK via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

Have a great day with your kids at the Legoland Discovery Centre, which has numerous models and attractions styled using the Lego building blocks. One can learn how Lego is produced and watch a movie in a 4D movie theatre, as well as indulge in a number of attractions such as riding smaller roller coasters and playing in fortresses. See Manchester’s famous attractions in MINILAND, sing karaoke with the LEGO friends and even celebrate your child’s birthday in a LEGO-themed ambience.

Image Courtesy: Seth Whales via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Beetham Tower

Beetham Tower

You may be travelling anywhere in Manchester, but the Beetham Tower is one of the first buildings that will always manage to catch your eye. Look up in awe as it stands tall at a towering height of 168 m and dominates the city skyline, or even choose to get a magnificent 360 degree view of Manchester and its surroundings from the iconic Cloud 23 bar on the 23rd floor. The tower’s first 22 floors house the Hilton Hotel and floors from 25 to 47 are purely residential with one and two bedroom apartments, along with two penthouse suites.

Image Courtesy: Alastair Wallace / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City SEA LIFE Manchester

SEA LIFE Manchester

Be prepared to get transported into a watery wonderland when you set foot into SEA LIFE Manchester that houses more than 5,000 sea creatures. Get up, close and personal with Black Tip Reef Sharks, observe the Blue Spotted Stingrays glide along the seabed and see the octopuses camouflage themselves to blend into the surroundings. Get a keen understanding into the SEA LIFE breed and rescue projects, and witness the passion and dedication exuded by the staff about conservation of these creatures.

Image Courtesy: www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Aerial Extreme

Aerial Extreme

This adventure course in Manchester is one of the top 100 attractions that one has to experience while they are here. This fantastic place is guaranteed to give you the thrill of a lifetime, as you unleash yourself 46 feet high up into the air swinging and jumping around numerous obstacles. Balance yourself on beams, scramble on nets, speed down a zip-wire or swing on a log irrespective of your skill, experience and age. Safety is of primary concern here, and everyone is taken through what they would be getting into before attempting it.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral

Situated in the city centre on Victoria Street, Manchester Cathedral, also called the Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Marys, St Denys and St George is the seat of the Bishop of Manchester and the city’s parish church. It was built in the Gothic style of architecture and was opened in 1882. It was severely damaged in the Manchester Blitz during World War II and went through extensive renovation and reopened in 1960. Marvel at the glass painting windows and if you are lucky, you may even be able to catch a choir rehearsal.

Image Courtesy: www.itv.com
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City Manchester Opera House

Manchester Opera House

The Manchester Opera House also simply called the Opera House, opened as the New Theatre in 1912 and was again renamed the New Queen’s Theatre in 1915, till it received its current name in 1920. It is located on Quay Street and has a capacity to seat 1,920 people. It has hosted the European premiere of West Side Story and the British regional premiere of the Phantom of the Opera musical. A touring theatre, it hosts ballets, concerts, musicals, and an annual pantomime during Christmas. Catch a show with your family here.

Image Courtesy: Mike Plunkett via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Manchester Featured City City of Manchester Stadium

City of Manchester Stadium

The City of Manchester Stadium also known as the Etihad Stadium is the eighth largest football stadium in the UK and has the capacity to seat a total of 55,097 spectators. Opened in 2003, it is home to the Manchester City Football Club and was initially built to host the Commonwealth Games in 2002. This was the largest ever music venues in the UK till 2007, and has hosted a few concerts with many noteworthy bands performing such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, U2, Oasis, Take That, Jon Bon Jovi, and Bruce Springsteen. Watch a football match if you like or catch a show.

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