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Discover EP Manchester

Manchester has reinvented itself from a former industrial city to a city of arts and culture. It is now the second most visited city in the UK and has a range of interesting and exciting cultural activities. It is also home to two of Britain’s most successful football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City.

Did you know? Manchester was named “Cotonopolis” in the past as it was at the centre of cotton production in the 19th century. Most of the old cotton mills have been converted into apartments and entertainment complexes.
Manchester’s most famous attractions:

  • Manchester Art Gallery (Free)
  • Museum of Science & Industry (Free)
  • Manchester United Museum
  • The Northern Quarter
  • Mackie Mayor Food Hall
  • Deansgate Locks
  • First Street bars & restaurants
  • Coronation Street set
  • Whitworth Art Gallery (Free)
  • People’s History Museum
  • Lowry
  • National Football Museum (Free)

Heaton Park is Manchester’s most famous park and is situated on the edge of Manchester. In the park you will discover a Tram Museum, bowling greens, golf course and a boating lake! We have put together an exciting and action-packed social programme so that you can enjoy Manchester and its many attractions.