There are a number of guided tours around the city, with various points on interest. Some examples of tours you might find interesting are: Strangeways Prison, The Manchester Music Tour, The Football History Tour, Manchester Architecture, and the Alan Turing tour. In fact, Alan Turing is such a local hero (and a global one) that the Manchester Jurys Inn Hotel created an Alan Turing Tribute.
Located in the heart of Manchester (just a 20 minute walk from Jurys Inn), The Printworks offers a “state of the art” entertainment centre bursting with restaurants, clubs, bars, and a cinema. Whether grabbing a bite to eat, enjoying live music or heading to the cinema with the kids, The Printworks has plenty to keep you entertained – we recommend ‘The Hard Rock Café’ for a fun/unique dining experience for all the family.
Tatton Park offers a great day out for all with a stunning neo-classical mansion, beautiful gardens, working farm, an old Tudor Hall, a deer park, and stables! With a plethora of exciting activities to explore and interesting heritage to discover, Tatton Park is the ultimate day out for those visiting Manchester!
Located a short 25 minute drive outside Manchester city centre, Tatton Park is open all year round from 10am-5/7pm, depending on low/high season. The mansion is only open between March and October. Admission for the mansion, gardens and farm costs £11 for adults and £5.50 for children (4-15 years), with £5.00 for parking.
Dunham Massey Hall
Dunham Massey Hall is a beautiful Georgian house with Edwardian additions, located in a stunning 250 acre deer park with a charming Winter Garden. The house and mill are closed during the winter months but the garden, park and restaurant remain open daily between 9/10am and 4/5pm. The house re-opens in March until October with entry open roughly between 11am and 5pm. Admission for the whole property costs £14.00 for adults and £7.00 for children- the car park costs £6.
Dunham Massey is a short 25 minute drive from Manchester City Centre.
Before your visit to the city, make sure you check out what’s on at Manchester Arena. From pop concerts to children’s shows and comedy, there’s an unmissable events programme throughout the year.
We recommend: going for a post-show drink in the vibrant Northern Quarter.
Experience Manchester in a truly unique way! Invisible (Manchester) is a social enterprise that trains people who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides of the city. We offer fun, friendly and local tours that give you the opportunity to see things differently.