Manchester has things except Football too!
Raised on lofty ambition and not afraid to declare its considerable bona fides, Manchester is – by dint of geography and history – England's second city (apologies to Birmingham), although if you were to ask a Mancunian what it's like to be second they might reply, 'Don't know, ask a Londoner'.
Here are a few recommendations from Hero to do in Manchester:
5. Chill Factor
Chill Factore is an indoor real snow slop of approximately 180 meters for skiing. It was constructed in 2007 and currently holds the status of longest slop for skiing in United Kingdom. Structurally it has total of three slops, one is for beginners and other two are for professional skiers. In addition to skiing lessons it offers number of activities like lift pass, race, climbing skateboarding lessons. You can become the member of the club to avail special discounts, offers and promotions. You can make an advance booking for arranging parties for your kids as well as for yourself.
4. Royal Exchange Theater
Royal Exchange building was originally constructed for cotton trading with rest of the world. After its construction it goes under several transitions until its major part was destroyed during world war ll. In 1976 it was purchased and then renovated by a group of directors who then converted this building into a theater and named it as The Royal Exchange Theater. It has a capacity to entertain 700 visitors at the same time, with classical, romantic and comedy dramas. It hosts around 360 shows in a year.
3. Manchester Arena
Manchester Arena is Europe’s largest multipurpose indoor arena. Since its opening it has hosted hundreds of live concerts of international singers and musicians, comedy shows, sports events like boxing, swimming, basketball etc and commonwealth games. It has a capacity of more than 21000 spectators. According to SMG Europe, who is on control of all the operations of this arena, more the one million tourists visit this arena each year for different events for their taste.
2. John Rylands Library
A Treat For Book Lovers! John Rylands Library was established in 1900 which is located in the center of Manchester. It is a four story building in addition to a basement. Each floor represents different purpose, starting from basement, it includes toilets and baby changing facility; Ground floor has a library shop and a best café in town; First floor contains introductory gallery which explains the history of this library and collectables in showcases; Second floor is just occupied for Atrium staircase; Third floor actually represents the John Rylands Library itself and lastly fourth floor is for registration of books and memberships.
1. Old Trafford
Old Trafford is a football stadium known as home of Manchester United. It is owned as well as its operations are managed by Manchester United itself. It is the second largest football stadium of United Kingdom. Structurally this stadium is divided into four stands i.e. North, South, East and West which can currently host up to 75635 spectators. Seating capacity of Old Trafford was increased over the century due to increase in spectators and it can be further expended based on spectators increase. Old Trafford hold the title for hosting 1966 FIFA World Cup.