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Cloud 23

Bars & pubs

Set on the 23rd floor of the Hilton Deansgate, this luxe 'sky bar' is one of the most talked-about venues in the city (so book to avoid disappointment),...

Hilton

People's History Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

Reopened in 2010 after a £12.5 million development, Manchester's only national museum is dedicated to telling a 200-year tale of British democracy. Dry and...

Left Bank
Free

Michael Caines Restaurant at Abode

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Ignore the fact that this restaurant is stuffed into a hotel basement. Under the leadership of executive chef Ian Matfin and double Michelin star holder...

107 Piccadilly

Lowry

Critics' choice
Art, Comedy, Dance, Museums, Music, Theatre

A long way from the grimly functional mill buildings so often captured by its eponymous subject and raison d'être, the Lowry marked a tipping point for the...

Pier 8
Free

Cornerhouse

Critics' choice
Art, Bars & pubs, Cinemas, Restaurants & cafés

For a quarter of a century, Cornerhouse has championed independent art and film in the city, with a cinema and festivals programme that is arguably the best...

70 Oxford Street

Aumbry

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Aumbry is a contender for one of Manchester's best eateries - both the restaurant itself and chef Mary-Ellen McTague have won accolades. Looking like a...

2 Church Lane

Manchester Monastery

Critics' choice
Attractions

Designed by Edward Pugin and built between 1863 and 1867, this spectacular piece of ecclesiastical architecture, which was originally the Monastery of St...

Gorton Lane
Free

Craft & Design Centre

Shops

This long-established creative hub continues to draw the best local talent. Each floor is lined with small shops and studios, and many traders design on...

17 Oak Street

Abdul's

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

When people leave Manchester, Abdul's often appears on the list of things that they'll miss. This is no mere nostalgia-driven regret - the food here is in a...

133-135 Oxford Road

Clone Zone

Shops

A Gay Village institution, Clone Zone stocks a wide range of gay and lesbian publications - such as obscure, arty and erotic magazines - and, most famously,...

36-38 Sackville Street

Office Sale Shop

Shops

While most sale shops trade by the motto 'you get what you pay for', here, all stock is ex-Office shoe store and of generally good quality. The only...

3 St Ann's Place

Whitworth Art Gallery

Critics' choice
Art, Attractions

The Whitworth has undergone something of a revolution of late. A new director has shaken up the old institution, fusing a rich, historic collection (of...

Oxford Road
Free

Afflecks

Shops

At weekends, this four-floor alternative shopping institution crawls with disaffected teens - for a leisurely browse, go midweek. You'll find new designers,...

52 Church Street

An Outlet

Budget
Restaurants & cafés

Housed inside a beautifully converted warehouse (by the architects behind No.1 Deansgate), An Outlet specialises in simple but well-sourced deli food and...

Carver's Warehouse, 77 Dale Street

Isinglass

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Suburban Urmston is the unlikely home of Isinglass, one of Manchester's most impressive restaurants. The name refers to a gelatin-like substance made from...

46 Flixton Road
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