Manchester – the liveliest of cities with its exciting, cosmopolitan atmosphere, offering you lots to see and do during your visit.
“Manchester has come a long way in the last five years to reassert itself as the cultural capital of the North. From the impressive Victorian architecture which lines the city’s streets, to the ever-increasing number of galleries and museums, Manchester offers even the hungriest culture vulture a hearty feast of art, music and theatre.”
There is currently an exhibition entitled “Alan Turing and Life’s Enigma” on his work in morphgenesis in the Manchester Museum (The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL). The Manchester Museum is basically on the other side of Oxford road from the Kilburn Building.
The following are external links to a wealth of information on culture, places to visit, eating out, nightlife, tourism, etc:
|Manchester Sunset||University Campus||Town Hall|
|Printworks||Old Trafford||Piccadilly Station|
|Hulme Arch||Imperial War Museum||Lowry|