10 Fun Things to Do in Manchester
- Explore Latest Ideas in the Manchester MuseumThe Manchester Museum acts as a home to a huge array of valuable treasures belonging to the natural world and to tons of cultures prevailing across the world.
The main highlights of the museum are fossils belonging to various pre-historic living creatures, ancient artifacts of Egypt, reptiles and live amphibians. In fact, you may handle different objects available in the collection, participate in various hands-on activities or enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine while you explore the latest ideas in arts, culture, and science.
- Writings and Collections at the Royal Exchange TheatreThe Royal Exchange Theatre constitutes an award-winning theatre in the central part of Manchester City. Excluding the classics of Tennessee Williams, William Shakespeare, Noel Coward, Oscar Wilde and Anton Chekhov, the theatre provides you with many new writings of more than 125 different premieres in the history of theatre.
- Visit the Manchester Town HallManchester Town Hall is a masterpiece of neo-Gothic age design and completed during the year 1887 by a famous architect named Alfred Waterhouse. At the main entrance and in the front portion of this town hall, you will find a statue of the Roman Governor named Agricola, who founded the actual fort, from where the city started. This building further dominates the famous Albert Square.
- Worship at the Manchester CathedralManchester Cathedral constitutes a significant part of the Church in England. It is a small, lovely and inviting type of worshipping place and constitutes a part of the city center. During the recent few years, the church has undergone a plenty of redevelopment procedures. Gateway towards the medieval quarter i.e. the famous 1421 Hanging Bridge is the prime showpiece at the visitor center in the Manchester Cathedral Church.
- Explore in the Chinatown of ManchesterChinatown acts as an ethnic enclave in the central region of the Manchester City. It is the second biggest Chinatown in the entire region of the United Kingdom, while third biggest in Europe. It contains an archway on the Faulkner Street. Moreover, the Chinatown has many Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Nepalese, Malaysian and Singaporean shops, restaurants, supermarkets, and bakeries.
- Views at the Albert SquareAlbert Square in Manchester has a large number of statues and monuments, among which the biggest one is the Albert Memorial, which acts as a monument to Prince consort, and Prince Albert of Queen Victoria.
- Artworks at the Whitworth Art GalleryTourists may enjoy a plenty of artworks available at the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester City of England. The gallery contains more than 55,000 items in the art collection.
- Imperial War MuseumImperial War Museum belongs to the metropolitan borough of Trafford in the region of Greater Manchester in England. This museum features a permanent exhibition of various thematic and chronological displays supported via hourly audio-video presentations projected with the help of nearby gallery space. In addition, Imperial War Museum hosts a program consisting of various temporary exhibitions in an entirely separate gallery.
- Panoramic Views from the Wheel of ManchesterTourists may visit the Wheel of Manchester to get stunning and panoramic views of the entire city, including its famous landmarks. This wheel is at the height of about 60 meters and contains 42 different capsules, which include a luxury VIP capsule consisting of a glass floor, DVD player, leather interior and various others aim to make an ultimate journey of the Manchester City.
- Tallest Building of the ManchesterLastly, tourists may visit the 47-story Beetham Tower which is recognized as the tallest building belonging to the city of Manchester in England.