The excellent history and wonderful heritage make Manchester interesting and the distractions of pure pleasure will make your Manchester tour full of fun and excitement. You can dine, drink and dance yourself in one of the most cherished characteristics of Manchester. Well, going on a tour to Manchester is full of surprises, scares and amazes. If you are visiting Manchester for the first time, then you should learn more about the influenced England of Manchester and the world.
While you are in a foreign land, an entertaining and knowledgeable guide will ride you around the city centre and give you the unique taste of the fascinating history, architecture and culture.
On the other hand, Manchester host a wide array of tours for every visitor, whether you are local to Manchester or a worldwide visitor with interests in football, history, ghost hunter and the real natural lover. However, Manchester has become a vibrant and fascinating place in the recent years. The customized tour to Manchester includes following destinations:
Manchester Town Hall
It was built in 1877 and crafted with stunning neo-gothic architecture. Even the Town Hall has been the best destination for many TV programmes and films and often acts as a double for the Houses of Parliament.
It is the famous destination in Manchester. Hear the fascinating story of attachments between Manchester, Abraham Lincoln and the abolition of slavery.
John Rylands Library
This library is built in the memory of the Manchester’s first millionaire. This is a stunning library with the world class selection of manuscripts and books.
The Royal Exchange
Earlier the Royal Exchange was well-known as the Cotton Exchange. It’s the best destination where the merchants of Manchester meet and do their business with each other. But currently, this place has become most loved theatre in Manchester.
Named as Collegiate Church, it was built in 1421 and even considered as one of the oldest buildings throughout Manchester. The spectacular highlights of this building include the ancient medieval wood work and stained glass windows. Now the Cathedral hosts a wide range of interesting events and concerts.
National Football Museum
Touring to Manchester is incomplete without mentioning the name of the beautiful game, football. If you are not a football fan, this building offers a wonderful architectural contrast to the nearby Cathedral and even there is availability of plentiful interesting displays out there.
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