One of Manchester’s most iconic venues, The Printworks has a rich history as a publishing house. It now houses a state-of-the-art Vue cinema, a fully-equipped gym, and 16 bars and restaurants.
Located in the city centre, explore the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station and the world’s first railway warehouse built in 1830.
A selection of restaurants offering a fusion of flavours from across the globe, all set in an impressive Grade ll Edwardian building in the heart of the city centre.
Just a short walk from Manchester Central lies the John Rylands Library. Housed in an extraordinary neo-Gothic building, the John Rylands Library is a place of wonder, being home to one of the world’s richest and most unique collections of books, manuscripts, maps, works of art and objects.
Guided tours are available at this stunning cathedral which features late medieval woodwork, modern glass, and a refectory and visitors centre partially housed under a 14th century bridge.