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Old Trafford Stadium

Old Trafford Stadium

4.5/5407 Reviews
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Football Field
Open from 9:40am-4:30pm (Local time)
Old Trafford stadium or 'The Theatre of Dreams' as it is also known has been the home of Manchester United since 1910, the building of which was commissioned by United Chairman and saviour John Henry Davies for an original sum of £60,000, rising to £90,000 on completion. These days the 5-star UEFA rated stadium is regarded as one of the finest on the face of the earth and is presently the 36th largest stadium in the world and 2nd largest football stadium in Britain, behind the 90,000 seater Wembley.
Chinatown

Chinatown

4.4/5151 Reviews
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Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Surrounded by Charlotte Street, Portland Street, Oxford Street and Mosley Street, this area is Manchester's Chinatown, a concentrated Chinese community in the northern part of England, with many small shops selling Chinese ornaments. In addition, in Chinatown, there are Chinese restaurants everywhere, and there are many small supermarkets opened by Chinese people, all of which are actually foods that have been shipped from China.
The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester

4.7/577 Reviews
School
Open all day (Local time)
The University of Manchester was founded in 1824, referred to as Manda, and is one of the six famous "Red Brick Universities" in the UK. Today's Manda was formed by the merger of Manchester Polytechnic University and Manchester Victoria University in 2004. As the top university in the world, Manda’s achievements in scientific research cannot be underestimated. There have been many Nobel Prize winners among previous alumni.
ManchesterTown Hall

ManchesterTown Hall

4.6/5105 Reviews
City Hall
Monday-Friday 9:00-17:00, rest on Saturdays and Sundays. (Local time)
The Manchester City Hall on the east side of Albert Square is one of the local landmarks. The imposing Gothic clock tower often becomes the focus for visitors taking photos. Manchester City Hall can be separated into old and new parts. The popular clock tower belongs to the old town hall. There are also white marble statues on both sides of the foyer, belonging to the great scientists born in Manchester: Dalton and Joule.
National Football Museum

National Football Museum

4.5/582 Reviews
Museum
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
City of Manchester Stadium

City of Manchester Stadium

4.5/584 Reviews
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Football Field
Stadium
Sun 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Mon - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
The Etihad Stadium is a magnificent looking all-seater stadium, with a capacity of 48,000. It was originally built for the city to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games at a cost of £110 million with the intention of it becoming a new home for Manchester City, who were looking to vacate their Maine Road ground. Subsequently, the club spent in excess of £20 million in removing the running track and extending the stands closer to the playing surface.
Albert Square

Albert Square

4.5/586 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
Albert Square is located in the heart of Manchester, where the City Hall is located. The Albert Square was built to commemorate Queen Victoria's husband, Albert. The distinctive and iconic is a Victorian Gothic building. There are many buildings around Albert Square, including the library, the convention center, and the Halle Orchestra's famous place, the Bridgewater Music Hall. The Albert Square is often the starting point for many hiking tourists to start exploring Manchester.
Museum of Science and Industry

Museum of Science and Industry

4.4/5112 Reviews
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Museum
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
The award-winning Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) aims to “bring innovation to life.” It does this with hands-on exhibits that allow children (of all ages) to grapple with tools and toys. It has an air and space gallery, a power hall and a communications gallery, which demonstrates the evolution from talking to texting. The museum was established in 1969, and moved into its current premises at the old Liverpool Road Station in 1983.
The John Rylands Library

The John Rylands Library

4.5/568 Reviews
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Library
Sun - Mon 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Tue - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
The John Ryland Library is part of the University of Manchester Library, a Victorian Gothic library that is one of the best in the city. The items are based on religious, artistic, cultural and scientific books, and there are also a large number of rare and ancient books. Visitors can read early printed books and manuscripts in the collection as well.
Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery

4.3/570 Reviews
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Art Gallery
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
The Manchester museum of art was established in 1824 as a public gallery in England and now consists of three buildings. The museum's collection includes not only paintings and sculptures, but also decorative art and design works such as ceramics and glass, as well as clothing collections. If you like the art of the pre-raphael era, you will be fascinated by it.
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