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Beetham Tower is one of the most prominent additions to Manchester in recent years. Its fame rests chiefly on its height - the 47-storey tower soars 561ft...
An artist-run gallery specialising in the conceptual end of the creative scale, Castlefield Gallery frequently showcases emerging practitioners and new...
2 Hewitt Street
The once patchy Centre for the Urban Built Environment has improved in recent years, staging a series of cerebral exhibitions that range from conceptual art...
113-115 Portland Street
An independent artist-run space, this one-room gallery presents a changing programme of high-quality contemporary and conceptual art.
8 Fairfield Street
This site was the city's third main station (Central Station) in the late 19th century, which closed shortly after the railway line became obsolete in 1969....
Off Lower Mosley Street
This commercial gallery's window display pulls in punters with its music and vintage posters and its so-hip-it-hurts illustrations, prints and graphic...
59 Thomas Street
Featured on the cover of the Smiths' The Queen is Dead album, this registered charity, established in 1903, still fulfils its original function as a sports...
St Ignatius Walk
The intriguingly named Strangeways - officially HM Prison Manchester since the 1990s - owes its fame to the Smiths' 1987 album Strangeways, Here We Come and...
1 Southall Street
This sprawling academic complex is one of the country's largest educational establishments. Amid the beautiful collection of red-brick buildings and theatre...
Signs of its former splendour remain - the lovely tiled map of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway on the entrance walls, the wood-panelled ticket offices...
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...