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Fly to Manchester

Steeped in history and cosmopolitan in choice

Manchester is a city with a rich industrial and architectural heritage, but it is the city’s new found confidence which makes it such a lively and cosmopolitan place to visit. New and innovative multi-million pound developments have transformed vast areas of the city, and its historic landmarks have been lovingly preserved and improved to take on a new status in this confident, modern city, offering visitors an enviable mix of multi-cultural and diverse attractions, theatres, high quality shopping, pavement cafes, canal side bars and restaurants.

Travel back in time at the many award winning museums, including the Museum of Science and Industrywith its 15 galleries on themes including air and space, electricity, textiles, as well as Manchester’s history. The Manchester Museum is known for its Egyptian mummies and its archery collection, and the Whitworth Art Gallery has an excellent collection of British watercolours, prints and contemporary art. The John Rylands University Library enjoys international renown for its 5 million books, manuscripts and archive material. Football enthusiasts will certainly not want to miss the Manchester United Museum and ‘Theatre of Dreams’ at Old Trafford.

The city’s legacy of handsome Victorian buildings is much in evidence, and in Albert Square, the 19th century triangular town hall stands proud with its 280ft clock tower. Another fine 19th century edifice, the Free Trade Hall is the home of Manchester’s famous Halle Orchestra. The city’s new confidence is evident in its striking state-of-the-art glass and steel structures. The Millenium Quarter incorporates the brand new Exchange Square, the 14th century Manchester Cathedral, the Triangle (Manchester’s sophisticated shopper’s paradise) and the Printworks (a 24 hour entertainment complex).

The city is a shopper’s paradise offering an unlimited and exceptional level of retail therapy like no other city.  The main shopping areas are found around Market Street and the Arndale Centre, or you can shop ‘til you drop at regional centres, such as the stunning neo-classical Trafford Centre. And after an exhaustive day’s shopping, the host of pavement cafes and restaurants flying flags from around the world will satisfy palates with a great choice of fine cuisine.

Escaping the hustle and bustle of the city is easy too. In Salford, set along Manchester’s historic ship canal, is the Lowry Centre at Salford Quays, with its theatres and galleries, allowing visitors to enter the world of the city’s most famous artist – L.S. Lowry. To the east of the city, visitors will find glorious countryside comprising of Pennine moorland, upland reservoirs, river valleys and country parks.

In Aston-under-Lyne, there is the Museum of Manchester Regiment and the Portland Basin and Heritage Centre. Bury is the starting point of the East Lancashire Railway, which operates along a scenic line to Rawtenstall.

Manchester has never ending possibilities of things to do and see. Discover for yourself one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan and forward-looking cities.

Loganair flies to Manchester from Glasgow, Inverness and Norwich.

Useful Links

Useful Information
Manchester Visitor Information Centre
Piccadilly Plaza
Portland Street
M1 4BT
Tel : +44 (0)871 222 8223
Email : [email protected]

Manchester Airport
For Manchester Airport Information click here