Everything To Do, See, Eat, And Drink In Manchester

Updated On 03/15/2017 at 03:15PM EST Updated On 03/15/2017 at 03:15PM EST
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The Theatre of Dreams, red brick buildings and craft ales -- Madchester might be over but Manchester is only just getting started. The city where "tea" is an evening meal has been listed the best place to live in for the last three years by the Global Liveability Survey and is quickly stealing the limelight from London -- giving a whole new face to the "grim North of England." It may be built on the industrial revolution but it's been revived by its alternative culture, so come and find out what makes the Northern Powerhouse such a great place to visit -- just make sure you pack an umbrella.
7th Floor Spa Pool | Courtesy of Marketing Manchester/Edited
Heaton Park | Alastair Wallace/Shutterstock
The Gay Village | Courtesy of Tecmark Ltd/Flickr
Suburbs | Courtesy of Wayne Window Co./Flickr
Street Art |
Cloud 23 | Ian McFegan/Flickr
Albert's Schloss 1 | Courtesy of Marketing Manchester/Edited
Manchester Football | Nook Thitipat/Shutterstock
Rylands Library | Marketing Manchester
Whitworth Art Gallery | Marketing Manchester
Castlefield | Shahid Khan/Shutterstock
King Street Tavern Restaurant | Courtesy of Marketing Manchester/Edited
Yard and Coop | Courtesy of @lucascsmith
Curry Mile | Suvodeb Banerjee/Flickr
Yuzu | Alan Spedding
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Refuge | Courtesy of Marketing Manchester
Courtesy of Virgin Atlantic
Oast House | Courtesy of Marketing Manchester


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