National Football Museum
Britain is the birthplace of football and Manchester the home of both the most popular and richest clubs in the world. Fittingly, this...
Chetham's Library & School of Music
Built in 1421, this is the city’s oldest structure that’s still completely intact – and was where Messrs Marx and Engels used to study...
A 20-screen complex in the middle of the Printworks centre.
Below the Manchester Buddhist Centre, this gourmet vegetarian cafe's motto is 'right food, right place, right time', which is reflected...
Corporation St · interesting places nearby
Top fare on top of the world, or an excellent meal atop Manchester's most distinctive landmark, Urbis (soon to be home to the National Football Museum), is one of the city's most enjoyable dining experiences. The food – mostly modern British cuisine – will not disappoint, but being able to sit at a table close to the floor-to-ceiling windows makes this place worthwhile; book a table in advance.