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The Hidden Beauty of Manchester
Designated an Urban Heritage Park, Castlefield is an excellent place to begin exploring Manchester. A walk among the lovingly restored Victorian houses along the old canals or through the reconstructed Roman Fort is time well spent.
Be sure to explore the Bridgewater Canal, constructed in 1761 to transport coal from the mines at Worsley to Manchester. The many old warehouses that line the canal have been restored and turned into offices, shops, hotels, and restaurants. A trip on one of the Bridgewater tour boats is highly recommended.
Manchester Town Hall
The imposing façade of the neo-Gothic Town Hall (1877) graces pedestrianized Albert Square, and the tower offers excellent panoramic views of the city.
Inside, the Council Chamber merits special attention, along with the cycle of Ford Madox Brown murals that depict the history of the city. While there, visit the Free Trade Hall, opened in 1951.
The centrally located Manchester Central Convention Complex, one of the largest such sites in England, hosts many musical performances throughout the year. The building is unique in that it was constructed amid the former Victorian railroad station on Windmill Street.
Ole' Ole' Ole' Ole....
You do not have to be a fan...but sign up for a tour of one of the grandest football stadiums in the nation.
Located in Old Trafford, Manchester this stadium has more to offer than football :)
Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens
Also worth visiting is Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden. Founded in 1917, this large green space - part botanical garden and part wildlife habitat - is an engaging contrast to the busy city center.
There are numerous walking trails on the property, as well as regular guided "health" walks...or you can enjoy a stroll or picnic, or join other friendly park-goers for a game of football.
There's also a pleasant café located within the grounds. Please do not forget your camera!
The colourful home of one of the largest Chinese communities in Britain, Chinatown is only a stone's throw from the Manchester Art Gallery. The richly decorated arched gateway leading into the district is especially striking.
The many shops and restaurants here offer a wide range of culinary delicacies from Hong Kong and Beijing. Interested in shopping? Unique Chinese handicrafts and artworks can be found at the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art (CFCCA).