Attractions And Places to Visit in Manchester

Kimpton Clocktower Hotel sprawls out on Oxford Street at the bustling heart of Manchester, a rich, complex city with cool-kid cult status. If London is refined and buttoned up, Manchester is its more rebellious cousin. But that doesn’t mean it’s lacking the hallmarks of a dynamic urban center: an amazing food scene with a new crop of forward-thinking chefs, galleries and museums that celebrate local artists and makers, and quaint parks sweeping swaths of green over the gritty, industrial streetscape. Whoever you are and wherever you come from, you’ll be welcomed into the textured fabric of this come-one-come-all city.

Manchester City Center

The area is abuzz with terrific restaurants, shops, galleries, and more.

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Manchester Arena

The city’s premier event arena is better than ever.

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Piccadilly Station

Journey to London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and beyond from Manchester’s main train station.

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Football Stadiums

Catch live football—a quintessential Manchester experience.

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Northern Quarter

Manchester’s hip bohemian epicenter.

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