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Lugares emblemáticos en Manchester

Museos de arte

Museo de arte
Galería de arte
“Spectacular Art Gallery in the heart of the City in front of the Townhall, offers amazing art exhibitions, home to the city’s world-class art collection.”
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Museo de arte
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Museos de historia

History Museum
“National centre for the collection, conservation, interpretation and study of material relating to the history of working people in the UK.”
  • 27 personas de la zona recomiendan
Salón de conciertos
“The Irish World Heritage Centre showcases a unique bar ‘The Wild Geese Bar’ which has panoramic views of Manchester city centre and opens out onto a large garden which is enclosed by an Iron-Age Celtic fort style wall. Our centre is home to a shop selling your favourite Irish food brands and weekly newspapers, and a popular cafe serving light bites and a delicious Irish Sunday Dinners.”
  • 1 persona de la zona recomienda

Lugares históricos

Zona de restaurantes
“Love their pizza's and Cider. 5mins from Lushpads. Funky place where you can all sit together but order from different restuarant menus!”
  • 19 personas de la zona recomiendan

Bibliotecas

Library
“For those who set eyes on Deansgate's The John Rylands Library for the first time, 'library' might not be the first word that comes to mind. This masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture looks more like a castle or cathedral.”
  • 60 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“Beautifully restored - Manchester Central Library is a beautiful circular building located next to the Town Hall.”
  • 31 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“Manchester Central Library is the headquarters of the city's library and information service in Manchester, England. Facing St Peter's Square, it was designed by E. Vincent Harris and constructed between 1930 and 1934. ”
  • 15 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
“The magnificent Chetham's Library, founded in 1653, is the oldest public library in the English-speaking world. It contains medieval manuscripts and materials by John Byrom, and was a meeting place for Marx and Engels. They would often share the window seat, which is still there, researching and drafting The Communist Manifesto. ”
  • 12 personas de la zona recomiendan
Library
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Library
“Very big and impressive structure with nice exhibitions, reading spaces and more. ”
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Library
“Another little known museum and library in Manchester showcasing Manchester's leading role in the struggle between the classes and highlighting Manchester's connection with Marx and Engels. Free, but weird opening hours!”
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