What to do on your stay in the magnificent city of Manchester

1. The Lennox Lea Hotel: Oh you’ve already found us!

  
2. Manchester United Football Club: Love it or hate it you have to see it! Home of the most famous football team in the world! Hop on the tram at Sale Metro station and get off at Old Trafford. 10/15 minutes journey time. The ‘Theatre Of Dreams’ is waiting for you! www.manutd.com
3. The Trafford Centre: Fantastic shopping centre with entertainment, cinemas and great restaurants. It’s a great day out for all the family, especially the ladies! and even better when it rains, which it occasionally does in Manchester. Hop on the tram at Sale Metro and get off at Stretford Metro. Then get the connecting Trafford Centre bus outside. 20 minutes approx journey time. Or by car get on the M60 at Sale (junction7) and get off at (junction9) and you are there. 10 minutes journey time. www.traffordcentre.co.uk
4. Manchester City Centre: A Buzzing, Multicultural, Fab, Cool, Stylish City steeped in history right on our doorstep and home of Coronation Street (but don’t let that put you off). Don’t miss it! It’s got everything you want & need. www.visitmanchester.com Take the Tram from Sale to St Peters Square or Piccadilly Gardens. Approx 10/15 minutes

 
5. Museum of Science & Industry: A great day out for families; it’s not rocket science – well it is actually! Located on the historic site of the worlds oldest serving passenger railway station. www.mosi.org.uk Hop on the Tram at Sale and get off at Gmex. Approx 10/15 minutes. Free admission! you’ll be over the moon!
6. Manchester Museum: Manchester’s very own Natural History Museum. Free admission! Yes please. It’s like a smaller version of the London one but without the queues! We love this museum not only because it’s free, but because it really is a great day out. Take the Tram from Sale and get off at St Peters Square. A short walk along Oxford Road and you’re there. Approx 20/30 minutes. www.museum.manchester.ac.uk
7. Manchester City Football Club: Manchester’s other football club and the richest in the world! However trophyless as we speak but second best team in Manchester is pretty good for now…. OMG they have now won the FA cup!! They’ll be over the ‘Blue Moon’ Well done City. Carry on the good work. Double wow! They’ve now won the Premiership aswell! Can United stop the blue moon rising? Flippin’ heck, they’ve gone & won it again! Well done City, Premiership champions 2014!!  Hop on the Tram at Sale get off at Piccadilly and then get the Tram to The City Of Manchester Stadium. Approx 30minutes. www.mcfc.co.uk
8. The Imperial War Museum North: A must see for all historians, absolutely fascinating and worth going to see for the amazing building it is housed in. Only a few minutes’ walk from Manchester United’s football ground. www.iwm.org.uk Free admission.

 

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Useful contacts when in Manchester

Our postcode is M33 2BJ for directions:
www.gmpte.com Public transport information in Manchester
www.nationaltrust.org.uk           www.visitmanchester.com

www.prideofmanchester.com   www.citylife.co.uk

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