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7 Fun Things to See in Manchester

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Manchester offers a lot of things to see that there will be no boring moment. If you are visiting Manchester for a few days or have made it your home, you will have something for your taste. The modern restaurants, bars, and pubs are growing at the fast pace that one can’t keep up while the historic memories of the place are still preserved and remembered. 

Manchester is a mixture of culture and caters to every age group. Want to experience the best of Manchester? Here are a few places you could you visit.

  1. The Corn Exchange
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    The Corn Exchange is one of the historic places in England which was formally used as a corn exchange. After the IRA bombings, this was renovated as a shopping mall and is now home to various restaurants and cafes of cuisines from around the world. You can have a sumptuous dinner at The Corn Exchange, hang out at the food court and take a bite from the local flavors as well as the exquisite international ones.

  2. Victoria Baths 
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    A lot of historic places in Manchester have been now used for modern purposes and the Victoria Bath is a great example. Victoria Bath was opened in 1906 for the exact same purpose as its name – as a municipal bath. When it was no longer required, this enormous bath is converted to serve as the venue for fairs and festivals. Though the bath is more than a century old, the designs and the tiles on the bath are still preserved which imparts a beautiful addition to the events conducted here.
    Most of the times now, the Victoria Bath is popularly occupied by top food and beer events. There are some talks of converting it into a Turkish bath. So if you are traveling as a tourist, make sure to check out any events happening in here and enjoy the beauty of the bath before it gets converted.

  3. Warehouse ProjectIf you want to have a fun night and go clubbing, you cannot go wrong with the Warehouse Project. Here, a series of fun club nights are conducted based on the series and this is one of the popular clubs in Manchester to be! Some of the famous DJs like Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Annie Mac, Pete Tong and a lot of others have performed in the club. That one night you club at Warehouse Project will be the most memorable one for a long time!
  4. Manchester Museum
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    Manchester Museum is a must visit place if you are planning some fun things to do with your kids. This is present in Greater Manchester and has some of the fascinating collection of fossils and archaeological findings. Visit the 15 galleries in the museum featuring a beautiful collection of historical arts and artifacts from around the world.
    There will also be some exhibitions conducted regularly and if you are lucky, you may be able to catch one. One of the famous displays is the fossil of the Tyrannosaurus Rex which would be a delight for the kids to see.

  5. The Lowry
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    The Lowry is a beautiful and glorious building that houses three of the most popular galleries in Manchester. The galleries in The Lowry showcases some of the bests paintings, sculptures and photographs from around the world by famous artists including LS Lowry, England’s most loved artist.
    You can go on an organized tour in The Lowry seeing some of the best there is to see or spend a leisurely day wandering and discovering on your own. There is quaint little cafes and restaurants near The Lowry overlooking the waterside making one of the beautiful spots to spend a good time relaxing and enjoying the art.

  6. Chinatown
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    The Chinatown in Manchester is one of Europe’s largest with a variety of restaurants and businesses. The entire vibe of the Chinatown will take you to East with restaurants serving authentic Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese dishes. There are some great places to shop in the Chinatown with little shops filled with worthy items lined around on both sides of the streets.
    If you manage to visit the Chinatown during the Chinese New Year celebrations, you can enjoy a rich cultural night of China.

  7. Football Museums
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    What’s the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind when we say Manchester? Football, right!?
    With two of the major premium football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City, from this place, you cannot leave Manchester without visiting the famous football museums. The National Football Museum and the football grounds of Manchester City and Manchester United offers a lot of tours, some behind-the-scenes views and some shops that sell awesome merchandise of the teams.
    If you are a football fan, then you can easily spend a day or two wandering in these places, knowing more about the teams, their history, and even some insider details too

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