The Manchester Museum is situated on Oxford Road in the middle of the University of Manchester’s neo-Gothic buildings. The museum is owned by the university and is open to the public as well as serving as an academic research resource. It houses about six million artefacts from every continent on the globe. The Manchester Museum was designed by Alfred Waterhouse, the architect of London’s Natural History Museum, opened to the public in 1888.
The Bridgewater Hall Manchester is an internationally renowned concert venue hosting over 250 performances every year from classical music to pop, rock and jazz. It is best known as the home to the Halle Orchestra as well as the BBC Philharmonic and the Manchester Camerata. It is one of the top music venues in the UK and one of the main attractions in Manchester.
There is a mix of modern and historic Attractions in Manchester making it an ideal city to visit with family, friends or a group. Manchester offers a clean and modern environment packed with exciting things to see and do, packed with many photo opportunities and breathe taking scenes. Manchester has undergone a complete facelift transforming it in to a city for the 21st century that is packed with attractions for all ages and interests.