What’s On In Manchester

Find out What's On In Manchester, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Sports, Events, Nightclubs, Places to stay, Hotels in Manchester, with our comprehensive website. Whether you live in Manchester, are visiting or looking to move here, you will be able to find places to stay, the best places to eat and drink, properties to buy or rent, local news & events, activities for the whole family, unique places to shop, beautiful scenic locations, historic landmarks, city centre entertainment, attractions and more!

What’s on in Manchester, Places to stay, Eat and Drink, Attractions, Things to Do

Things To See & Do

Attractions and Places to Visit

Attractions and Places to Visit

Visit the beautiful gothic architecture at John Rylands Library and Manchester Cathedral or take in fine art at Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth; or discover history, old and new, at Manchester Museum and the Imperial War Museum North.

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Where to stay

Where to stay in Manchester

Whether you prefer the big five star treatment or the personal touch of an intimate boutique hotel, B&B's, Hostels or Guest house, Manchester offers plenty of choices..

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Activities and Sports

Activities and Sports

Manchester is bursting with activities for everyone. Enjoy outdoor fun, play areas, adventure playgrounds, nature reserves, cycleways, country parks, aerial and high ropes courses, skateboarding, adventure trails, quad biking..

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Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in Manchester

Whether you’re looking for things to do in Manchester such as events and attractions or are planning where to stay in Manchester, you’ll find everything you need for your Manchester holiday on What's On In Manchester.net.

Make sure to discover Manchester’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options. Manchester have a huge range of options for food and drink.

Places to eat and drink in Manchester can come as a delightful surprise to the uninitiated, with new restaurants, bars, gastropubs, and cafes opening weekly. When it comes to restaurants, Manchester has become renowned for having the best in style and flavours.

From fine dining and afternoon tea to pop-up markets and humble street food, you'll be spoilt with the choices you have in Manchester.

Chaophraya
Chaophraya

Situated in the heart of Manchester’s vibrant shopping scene, close to Kings Str, you can get a true taste of Thailand complete with 1st class service and a bustling atmosphere.
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Spicy Mint Restaurant
Spicy Mint Restaurant

Spicy Mint Restaurant Indian and Pakistani Cuisine formerly known as Spicy Hut on the famous Manchester Curry Mile, established since 1998, Bespoke Curries.

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20 Stories
20 Stories Manchester

Situated on the 19th floor of No.1 Spinningfields, 20 Stories is composed of a glamorous restaurant, lively bar and expansive rooftop terrace with unparalleled 360-degree views of the Manchester skyline.
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Castle Fine Art

Our North West flagship gallery boasts 4,000 sq ft of retail space over two floors, with ever-changing, eye-catching pop up displays featuring new work from our finest contemporary artists.
Located on King Street, in the heart of Manchester’s luxury shopping area, this historic Grade II listed building sees contemporary meet classic and hosts an exciting programme of exhibitions and events year-round.

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Go Bounce Play

Go Bounce Play. A mobile outdoor adventure company delivering fun to your door. Bungee Trampolines, Climbing Walls, Spider Mountain, Bumpercarz and so much more. Contact us today to find out how we can put the fun into your event.

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What’s On In

Manchester city centre is packed with unique and nice restaurants, bars, shops, museums, galleries and hotels whilst the surrounding Greater Manchester boroughs offer a patch-work of visitor experiences including quaint market towns, traditional pubs and beautiful green spaces and waterways to be explored on foot or bike.

Manchester has a rich industrial heritage. The Castlefield conservation area’s 18th-century canal system recalls the city’s days as a textile powerhouse, and visitors can trace this history at the interactive Museum of Science & Industry. The revitalised Salford Quays dockyards now house the Daniel Libeskind-designed Imperial War Museum North and the Lowry cultural centre.
Manchester has an extensive range of things to do with a selection of places to places to eat and drink, attractions and activities, plan your stay visit to Manchester.