Sightseeing in Manchester
Manchester has more to offer than just a Football Stadium!
Manchester is full of things to do. Not only is it home to two world famous football teams, it offers a variety of other exciting activities! Manchester offers a wealth of culture, history, architecture and culinary delights. Whether its traditional regional dishes in a pub or fine dining at award winning restaurants – there is something for everyone. These Sightseeing Tours are not to be missed!
Get a feeling for the North and go for a walking tour through Manchester with one of the most experienced guides in the City. The guides will point out historical buildings and explain their importance for Manchester’s history. Furthermore, their tour will go beyond the main attractions and they will let you in on Manchester’s secrets. So add a sightseeing tour to your stay and get to know the city!
A great example of one of Manchester’s surrounding areas, is the beautiful Tatton Park.
Manchester City Centre
Stay in Manchester and take a panoramic tour of Manchester and see the city’s most famous landmarks and buildings before enjoying a delicious ‘North West’ themed afternoon tea at the spectacular Manchester Town Hall. Take a guided walking tour of Manchester, before heading to the museums and galleries. Take the chance and visit MOSI, The Museum of Science and Industry and learn all about Manchester’s achievements in the fields of technology and science. MOSI is also home to the world’s oldest surviving railway station.
If you decide to take a trip out of the city, you can visit Quarry Bank Mill, one of the best preserved textile mills of the Industrial Revolution and museum of the cotton industry. After, visit Tatton Park with its Mansion, Old Tudor Hall and acres of gardens and deer park – it’s hard to believe all of this is on the doorstep of Manchester!