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Things To Do in Manchester

Museum of Science and Industry

Museum of Science and Industry

Manchester, Greater Manchester

Stay updated with all the latest inventions and technological creations with a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry. People of all ages can marvel at all the interactive scientific experiments and fun facts on offer. From examples of the revolutionary 3D printing to the museum's 4D cinema, this museum offers a portal into the world's bright future.

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Old Trafford Tour

Old Trafford Tour

Old Trafford, Manchester

Take a tour of the home of one of England’s most successful and popular teams, Manchester United Football Club. Visitors can stand in the manager's spot on the side-line, sit in their favourite players space in the changing room and see the amazing Trophy Cabinet in all its glory. A must see for any United supporter.

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Manchester City Tour

Manchester City Tour

Manchester, Greater Manchester

Take a tour of the home of the blue moon - England’s successful football team Manchester City. Visitors can see priority seats in the Directors’ Box, imagine what it is like in the Warm-up Room on the day of a big match, run through the Players’ Tunnel and stand on the Pitchside/Dug outs. Tickets also include entry to the Club Museum. A must-see for all supporters.

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Manchester Palace Theatre

Manchester Palace Theatre

Manchester, Greater Manchester

Jump into a fantastical fairy-tale with the Palace Theatre, Manchester's number one performance venue. With musicals ranging from fan-favourite Disney shows like Shrek and The Lion King, to world-famous performances from magicians and comedians, visitors are guaranteed a magical evening full of fun and laughter, suitable to entertain the entire family.

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The Wheel of Manchester

The Wheel of Manchester

Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester

Take a tour on the Manchester wheel, standing tall at 173ft high with breathtaking views across the city. Listen to the commentary about the city's most famous sights in one of the 42 pods available, or even splash out on a VIP pod including a glass floor and champagne.

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Legoland Manchester

Legoland Manchester

Trafford Park, Manchester

Not only does LegoLand have over 2 million LEGO bricks all under one roof, in fantastic life-like sculptures, but there is also a 4D cinema, Forest Pursuit driving school, laser training camp and lots of Lego workshops, where little builders can brush up on their skills. With everything from indoor play areas to cafes for the adults, this is a great outing for families and schools.

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The Trafford Centre

The Trafford Centre

Trafford Park, Manchester

As one of the UK's most renowned indoor shopping complexes, The Trafford Centre can keep visitors entertained from morning 'til night. Visitors can go to the beauty lab for some pampering, or embark on a day of rock climbing, bowling, lazer quest, the arcades and much much more. There are also an abundance of shops to browse, from designer to high street brands , alongside food from all over the globe, found in the more than 50 restaurants of the Orient Dining hall. For a fun-filled day, this is a hotspot attraction.

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Arndale Shopping Centre

Arndale Shopping Centre

Manchester City Centre, Greater Manchester

Located in the city's main central shopping district, the Arndale Centre is host to many popular high-street chain and designer stores. There is also a food court, offering a variety of different cuisine from fast food to dine-in restaurants. This is a very popular spor fot both locals and tourists alike.

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Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, Greater Manchester

Manchester Art Gallery is home to some of the city’s most important works of art, dating all the way back from the 19th century to our contemporary present day. The types of events and exhibitions on offer are constantly evolving, offering the public a wide range of collections to admire. A visit to the gallery is certainly a cultural day for all the family to enjoy.

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The Lowry

The Lowry

Salford Quays, Manchester

The Lowry is a fantastic waterside arts and shopping centre, inspired by the Manchester born painter L.S. Lowry. The building houses popular theatres where visitors can see a number of spectacular shows, admire influential and inspirational art and craft exhibitions, browse a range of high street and designer shops and choose from a number of delicious restaurants, cafes and bars in which to indulge.

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Imperial War Museum Manchester

Imperial War Museum Manchester

Salford Quays, Manchester

The Imperial War Museum is located in the popular area of Salford Quays, showcasing Britain's long history of conflict and war. Visitors can see how war has shaped and impacted the lives of people during these times, with tours, exhibitions and family activities.

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Britannia Airport Hotel Manchester

Palatine Road, Northenden, Manchester, M22 4FH

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