City Explorers

Manchester Canals

Escape the noise of central Manchester, and explore the sublime heart of the city’s canal heritage. Roman forts, railway viaducts, cotton palaces, parks, secret tunnels, this walk includes them all and much more.

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Northern Quarter

Radical Manchester’s spirit lives on in the Northern quarter, its music, its fashion, and its breweries its clubs and its art.

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Manchester by Moonlight

Get to see the best of Manchester only lit by the romantic moon.

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Castlefield

The Romans were here first then the world turned upside down as the industrial revolution poured into the city. Explore Castlefied’s rich past and present, now the epicentre of historical Manchester where rail, canal, bridge, railway line and museum create a visible reminder of where the city grew from.

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The Rochdale Explorer

Know your town; relive Rochdale’s industrial past, its history and famous characters; the vision of the Pioneers, the independence of its political giants, the squalor of its working poor.

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John Ryland Library

The jewel in the crown of Manchester’s already famous Libraries, explore the treasures of this Iconic building and unmask its secrets. Some call it the Taj Mahal of the city; maybe you will fall in love with it as well.

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Pub Walks & Quizzes

Music nights, pre theatre talks or crime and punishment walks-ideal for office parties or groups over 6 who want to start their night out with a difference.

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Strangeways Explorer

Riots, revolutionaries and Irish republicans, secret letters, prison breakouts and secret police this walk has them all.

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Salford Quays

Closed in 1982 then completely transformed, the docks are now one of THE places to visit in the city.

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Central Library Explored

Don’t miss this great chance to go into the very heart of Manchester’s Central Library. See how it reflects the best of the city; the Architecture, the art, the history, the culture, the music, the literature, the politics, the science and the diversity.

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