Mad for it? Well, you are in Manchester after all. Home to world famous football clubs and a music scene the envy of the World. There are two reasons for visiting already! What if you could take it further, delve into the city’s industrial past? Look upon some of the country's best artwork? You’ll discover more than you could ever wish for. This 15 stop hop-on hop-off tour is carefully put together so that you see the city’s key sights. From the Town Hall to the National Football Museum. It’s Cathedral to the sparklingly new MediaCityUK (home to BBC and ITV studios). Not forgetting the artistic renown of The Lowry. See, there’s more to Manchester than meets the eye. Alight wherever takes your fancy and visit those places you missed on the second day. You’d be mad not to go for it!
Here’s the plan:
Climb aboard the hop-on hop-off bus and get ready to explore the city of Manchester. There’s more to this Northern Hub than meets the eye. You decide when to hop-off, explore where you want, when you want.
This is a 90 minute, 15 stop hop-on hop-off tour. Planned so that you will see the city’s key sights. Fancy taking a closer look? Then hop-off at any of the stops and explore. Knowing that you have a two-day ticket ensuring you won’t miss a beat. Included on the route are places such as the Town Hall, the National Football Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry, oh and not forgetting Old Trafford, home to Manchester Utd!
If that wasn’t enough, you could pop into The Lowry Museum for some much-admired art from local and internationally renowned artists. Manchester was also the birthplace of the industrial revolution and sights showcasing it's past as well as it's technology lead future like MediaCity can also be explored.
Manchester continues to be a progressive city full of new innovations. Music, art, sport…the list goes on and on. Make sure you discover the city at your own pace.
Voucher Type: Mobile (if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Manchester is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.