St. Ann’s Church is quite fun. The church here is also a very historical place for marriage. The venue is very soft. Some green plants are planted here, and there are some long chairs for rest.
[Value for money] Free to visit
St. Ann's Church is in the bustling downtown area of Manchester, at St. Ann's Square, and worth a visit on Tuesdays because of the concert. The performance is free and guests are invited to donate on their own free time. The atmosphere is very atmospheric, with stained glass windows behind the altar.
St. Ann's is a famous church in Manchester, the whole church is a Renaissance style in architectural style, the church is very beautiful, there are many beautiful sculptures on the outside wall.
A small church in the city center, hidden in the shopping streets around it, is small, and there are occasional amateur choir shows on weekends to raise some charity funds, etc.
The church is not very big, but it has everything inside. The hall is very large and can accommodate many people. Many people come here to pray. We only visited and went.