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Manchester Arena, Manchester | Tourist Information


Hunts Bank
Manchester, United Kingdom M3 1AR

08448478000

Manchester Arena (Formerly Phones 4u Arena), managed and operated by SMG Europe, is one of the busiest venues in the world and the largest indoor arena in Europe. We Rock!

Event Venue Near Manchester Arena

Conference and Events at Manchester Metropolitan University
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester, M15 6BG

0161 247 1565

Just a short walk from Manchester City Centre and close to all major transport links including Piccadilly train station with an express link to Manchester International. MMU can offer a wide selection of meeting & conference facilities in cosmopolitan Manchester or in the beautiful surroundings of Cheshire. Manchester Campus, All Saints All Saints has a choice of innovative buildings for a wide range of events and hosts a year round venue that is the classical council chamber, perfect for: Presentations Training events & large meetings Seats up to 80 (theatre style) or 64 (cabaret style) Business School This stunning venue is an excellent conference venue with impressive facilities. The highly original jewel shaped building offers stylish events space under a contemporary glass atrium. This venue offers a range of meeting facilities: 6 tiered lecture theatres (max 250) Multiple syndicate rooms (max 70) Exhibition space (70 m2) With dining for up to 250 this venue is sure to give you the “Wow” factor Manchester School of Art Our revolutionary new School of Art building offers exciting spaces perfect for your next event. It is centrally located on the All Saints Campus and is home to an impressive vertical gallery, workshops, a roof garden and hybrid studio areas offering flexible space for a range of events from meetings and conferences to product launches and exhibitions. The roof terrace, located on the fourth floor, offers a unique new space for events with a capacity of up to 200 people. Manchester Campus, Birley - Open for Events from 2015 Located just a ten-minute walk away from the main All Saints Campus, Birley Fields represents the final phase of the £350m capital investment into Manchester Metropolitan University. An Energy Centre has been designed to use leading-edge technology to provide combined heat and power for the entire site and bore holes for heating and cooling the buildings and supplying fresh water for the campus. The landscaping is designed to support biodiversity and urban ecology, with more than 300 trees being planted across the site. Electric charging points will be installed for electric cars. The main academic building will be one of the most impressive of its kind in Europe, with outstanding specialist facilities and spacious public areas. The largest space in the building is the Multi-Purpose Hall, a major space capable of holding over 200 people for a lecture, seminar or public meeting using retractable seating. The overwhelming sense is of impressive light and scale with five stories of glass. The Spanish Steps are a key design feature of the building. Outside an attractive and green public space will create a modern ‘piazza’ feel. We are planning a superb development for our student accommodation. The majority of the intended 1,200 new bedrooms will be arranged in four storey townhouses with large communal living and kitchen areas and private gardens. The houses will be among the most environmentally friendly student accommodation buildings in the UK and an essential part of our overall commitment to making Birley Fields zero energy, waste and water. Excellent transport links to the city’s rail stations, metro stops and bus connections make it easy to travel around. Cheshire Campus This leafy campus with open parkland offers the stunning, new Contemporary Arts building and Exercise, Sports Science facilities perfect for theatre, dance and sporting events.

King's House Conference Centre
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Sidney Street
Manchester, M1 7HB

44 161 276 8194

With small, medium and large conference rooms, professional AV, IT and PA equipment and an array of catering options, we aim to exceed your expectations and requirements. We are confident that once you have held an event here, your experience will mean that you want to return.

Lockerbrook Farm Outdoor Centre
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Snake Pass, Hope Valley, Derbyshire
Bamford, S33 0BJ

+44 (0)1433 651412

Lockerbrook is owned and managed by the Woodcraft Folk, a registered charity. The primary purpose of the Centre is to provide residential accomadation and outdoor experiences for young people, groups and schools. Lockerbrook Farm dates from the 1750's and comprises of two converted barns and a farmhouse surrounding an enclosed courthouse, it has far reaching views across the resevoirs to the moors beyond. Lockerbrook provides a safe adventurous environment in which people of all ages and abilities can experience: A great residential opportunity Exciting activities Meeting personal challenges Learning new skills Gain an appreciation of the natural environment Lockerbrook is situated in glorious isolation in an elevated position. The area surrounding the centre is of outstanding natural beauty including coniferous and deciduous woodland, grass and heather moorland and the peat plateau of Bleaklow and Kinder Scout. For schools, the rugged environment surrounding the Centre provides a wealth of opportunities to enrich a school-based curriculum. Educational opportunities include; - GCSE and A Level field studies, tourism and land use studies, study of the Peak National Park, farm and village studies.

Pendulum Hotel
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Sackville Street
Manchester, M1 3BB

0161 955 8000

Sakura Manchester
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Arch 2 Deansgate Lock, Whitworth Street West
Manchester, M1 5LH

0161 832 0234

An inspired fusion of cultures, Sakura Manchester is a cutting-edge bar and club on Deansgate Locks, bringing a taste of Japan to Manchester. Blending contemporary Japanese design with stylish interiors, Sakura delivers an unrivalled experience from early evening drinks to high tempo club culture at it's best, with spectacular cocktails, premium drinks and impeccable table service. We are pleased to offer our club for exclusive hire.

Drybarge
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Merchants Bridge
Manchester, M3 4

07788113316

Manchester's Number one party barge boat hire for private parties and events. The Dry Barge function barge or " party boat ", named ‘”Bohemia” provides voyages all year round and is located in Manchester city centre, Castlefield, Catalan Square. The Dry Barge Company offers a wide variety of cruises, parties, corporate events and birthday celebrations discovering the inland waterways of Manchester and beyond. Leaving the hustle of the city we can travel to more tranquil surroundings of Pomona and Manchester’s 'Theatre of Dreams'. Bohemia is an exceptionally unique and unusual choice of venue to celebrate any occasion, whether it is for corporate entertaining or simply a birthday celebration. Dry Barge will endeavour to meet the needs of your celebration and can design the perfect event to suit your needs. As The Dry Barge Company we pride ourselves on offering an excellent unique venue, with an ever changing landscape in the comfort of an exclusive environment, to enjoy your occasion. The combination of friendly service and the unique experience of cruising along the historic canals of Manchester make for a truly memorable event or celebration. Our speciality is unusual, quirky party ideas, please visit our contact us page for more information on the hire of the Bohemia party boat. The barge is used for: Birthday Celebrations / Corporate Hire / Office Parties / Product Launches / Live Music / Music Industry Gatherings For information or hiring please visit our contact page

Palace Theatre.
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
97 Oxford Street
Manchester, M1 6FT

Bridgewater Hall
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3WS
Manchester, M2 3WS

0844 907 9000

The Bridgewater Hall is a concert venue in Manchester city centre, England. It cost around £42 million to build and currently hosts over 250 performances a year.The hall is home to The Hallé orchestra, the UK's oldest extant symphony orchestra, and is the primary concert venue for the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. The building sits on a bed of 280 springs, which help reduce external noise.The venue is named after the Third Duke of Bridgewater who commissioned the eponymous Bridgewater Canal that crosses Manchester, although the hall is situated on a specially constructed arm of the Rochdale Canal.HistoryProposals to replace the concert venue in the Free Trade Hall existed since it was damaged in the Second World War but the hall, which was home to The Hallé orchestra was repaired and renovated. Despite being a popular venue, the Free Trade Hall, built in the 1850s, had poor acoustics. Throughout the 1970s and 80s several schemes to replace it were considered but the project became more likely in 1988 after the creation of the Central Manchester Development Corporation.In the 1990s, land east of Lower Mosley Street and north of Great Bridgewater Street adjacent to the G-Mex exhibition centre (now Manchester Central Convention Complex) which was occupied by a former bus station and car park near the Rochdale Canal was identified as the site for a new hall. A competition inviting architects to present designs for the new concert hall was launched and a proposal by Renton Howard Wood Levin (RHWL) architects was chosen. The development included the construction of a basin on a specially built short arm of the Rochdale Canal and part of the Manchester & Salford Junction Canal providing a waterfront setting for the hall.

Manchester Central Exhibition Centre
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Windmill Street
Manchester, M2 3GX

0161 834 2700

Manchester Central Convention Complex
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
G Mex Centre
Manchester, M1 5

0161 834 2700

Manchester Central Convention Complex is an exhibition and conference centre converted from the former Manchester Central railway station in Manchester, England. Designed by Sir John Fowler, the station, the northern terminus for services to London St Pancras, was opened in July 1880 by the Cheshire Lines Committee. The structure has a distinctive arched roof with a 64-metre span - the second-largest railway station roof span in the United Kingdom, and was granted Grade II* listed building status in 1963.After 89 years as a railway terminus, it closed to passengers in May 1969 and became an abandoned railway station. It was renovated as an exhibition centre formerly known as the G-MEX Centre in 1982. From 1986 to 1995 it was Manchester's primary music concert venue until the construction of the Manchester Arena. The venue was refitted in 2008 to host conferences, exhibitions and is Manchester's secondary large concert venue.HistoryManchester Central railway stationThe complex was originally Manchester Central railway station, one of the city's main railway terminals. It was built between 1875 and 1880 and was closed to passengers on 5 May 1969. The station served as the terminus for Midland Railway express trains to London St Pancras. The station's large arched roof – a huge wrought-iron single-span arched roof, spanning 210ft, 550ft long and 90ft high – was a noted piece of railway engineering and is the widest unsupported iron arch in Britain after the Barlow train shed at London St Pancras.

Manchester Central (Conference Centre)
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
G Mex Centre
Manchester, M2 3GX

0161 834 2700

Manchester Central Convention Complex is an exhibition and conference centre converted from the former Manchester Central railway station in Manchester, England. Designed by Sir John Fowler, the station, the northern terminus for services to London St Pancras, was opened in July 1880 by the Cheshire Lines Committee. The structure has a distinctive arched roof with a 64-metre span - the second-largest railway station roof span in the United Kingdom, and was granted Grade II* listed building status in 1963.After 89 years as a railway terminus, it closed to passengers in May 1969 and became an abandoned railway station. It was renovated as an exhibition centre formerly known as the G-MEX Centre in 1982. From 1986 to 1995 it was Manchester's primary music concert venue until the construction of the Manchester Arena. The venue was refitted in 2008 to host conferences, exhibitions and is Manchester's secondary large concert venue.HistoryManchester Central railway stationThe complex was originally Manchester Central railway station, one of the city's main railway terminals. It was built between 1875 and 1880 and was closed to passengers on 5 May 1969. The station served as the terminus for Midland Railway express trains to London St Pancras. The station's large arched roof – a huge wrought-iron single-span arched roof, spanning 210ft, 550ft long and 90ft high – was a noted piece of railway engineering and is the widest unsupported iron arch in Britain after the Barlow train shed at London St Pancras.

Project 40 Thousand
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Great Northern, 253 Deansgate
Manchester, M74EN

00447515809469

Welcome to our Great Northern Team ! Our company is 5 years old and already surpassed $1Billion of turnover per year. Let me say it again. $1 Billion after 5 years on the market !!! We are a rapidly expanding company and we attract people of all walks of life. You may already have heard about some of world-renowned celebrities and professional athletes that decided to work with us. Legendary boxer Manny Paciao, Hollywood star Danny Glover, singers like Snoop Dogg and Usher , UFC Champion BJ Penn or golfer/entrepreneur Greg Norman - one of the wealthiest athletes of all times. All of them can see the vision of where our company is going, and they wouldn't miss that ! Great news is that you don't need to be a celebrity or World Champion to join us ! In fact "ordinary people" are the ones that made biggest careers in our ranks. Just as most people, we also have some "New Year Resolutions" and we will make 2015 much better ! Manchester City Centre Branch is hosting a Pre-Launch business plan presentations for those who want to make the most of our "40 Thousand Project" , which will involve estimated 1.6% of Grater Manchester population by the end of 2015. We will present exactly what we are going to accomplish in 2015 in Greater Manchester Area. Our calculations are based on company statistics from other successful local markets across 37 countries we have launched already. "Project 40 Thousand" presentation will be broken down step by step, month by month so you could honestly assess what business options best match your personality, skills and commitment. The beauty of the plan is that it's simple, and easy to replicate by anyone who is willing to learn our extremely successful 4 Steps system. And it's a free training ! If you feel like you can do it with us, join the meeting and check how we can reward your time. By the way... Recommended dressing code is smart-casual. Best Regards -Great Northern Team

Manchester Ice Rink
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
London Road Firestation
Manchester, M1 2PH

0161 820 9718

A fun, festive treat at London Road's stunning Fire Station buildings and courtyard - opposite Piccadilly train station Web | http://www.manchestericerink.co.uk Twitter | http://twitter.com/MCR_icerink #manchestericerink Location | https://goo.gl/maps

The Lodge at Richmond Tea Rooms
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Richmond Street
Manchester, M1 3HZ

0161 2379667

The Lodge Bar offers a great range of "Premium Spirits" as well as your usual cocktail fare. Those of you undecided can try one of our "Handcrafted Organic Beers." You may find yourself quite taken with the charming and quite cosy interior! The Lodge is a hit with insiders due to its charm and civilised ambience!

Coronation Street: The Tour
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Atherton Street / Great John Street, Manchester, M3 4FD
Manchester, M3 4

08442770700

Granada Studios Tour was an entertainment theme park at the Granada Studios complex in Castlefield, Manchester which operated from 1988 to 1999. The park was located in the heart of Manchester city centre adjacent to the Granada House building.The tour attracted over 5 million visitors, but visitor numbers were waning by the late 1990s and Granada Television had to prioritise other economic problems such as the failure of ONdigital (ITV Digital). As a result, the Granada Studios Tour closed to the general public in 1999 and for good in 2001. The Coronation Street set – part of the original theme park – was temporarily re-opened to the public in April 2014 for a six-month period, but its popularity meant it stayed open until December 2015.HistoryProposalThe park was the brainchild of Granada producer David Plowright, who had long been interested in developing the land around the Granada Studios complex in Manchester. There was scope to the plans as the studio facilities were only used for filming once a week, allowing visitors and production to work harmoniously. Furthermore, much of the land that Granada owned was derelict and underused, with Plowright believing that such land should be cultivated.Plowright's aim was to create a 'Hollywood-on-the-Irwell', a reference to the River Irwell which runs through Manchester. The Granada Group hierarchy which was the parent of Granada Manchester were pessimistic about Plowright's plans. Fortunately for Plowright, he gained the support of the Granada Television hierarchy, such as John Williams and commercial director Chris Mather.

Coronation Street The Tour
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Atherton Street
Manchester, M3 4FD

The tour has now ended. Coronation Street The Tour was always supposed to be a temporary attraction which was originally meant to end on October 3rd 2014, so it has been fantastic that we were able to keep it open longer than anticipated. Since we opened we've welcomed over 850,000 visitors from across the world, thank you to all our guests who visited the cobbles. To find out more about our other attractions visit www.continuumattractions.com

THE WAREHOUSE PROJECT
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Storre Street
Manchester, M60 7

The Warehouse Project took the Manchester music scene by storm when it exploded onto the city in 2006. The concept is to deliver groundbreaking cross genre acts in a warehouse space across a three-month period. The iconic warehouse space hosts over 30+ events during its 3 month annual appearance. The eclectic music policy means that one night the venue is playing host to live acts such as Caribou, James Blake & Bonobo, with the next night drawing dance music legends as Seth Troxler, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, The Chemical Brothers, Skream and Four Tet.

Grosvenor Casinos
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
35/39 George Street
Manchester, M1 4HQ

+44 161 236 7121

Find us in the heart of China Town off George Street where there is free on road parking from 8pm until 8am outside the casino.

Friends' Meeting House, Manchester
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
6 Mount Street
Manchester, M2 5NS

0161 834 5797

Welcome to Friends’ Meeting House, offering meeting and conference facilities across Manchester We offer a range of meeting rooms and conferencing facilities for hire in our central Manchester venue – from an intimate space for a city centre meeting, to a conference facility in a hall that can seat 400 people with a suite of break out rooms. Our rooms are unique and offer a peaceful and relaxing space in the bustling heart of Manchester city centre. As well as central Manchester, we also have a range of venues in Eccles, Sale, South Manchester (Northenden) and Warrington. So if you’re searching for somewhere to hold your meeting, training, performance or event we might just have the space for you. We guarantee that: • our prices are competitive, • we offer complete flexibility to allow you to tailor your event to your needs • we provide outstanding customer service. And why are we unique? …We are a not for profit organisation and our values are important to us; we only provide Fairtrade products, we work hard to ensure that our buildings are environmentally sustainable and the profit we make supports charitable activities.

Yates Manchester Open Mic
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
49 Portland Street
Manchester, M1 3LD

07710162782

Manchester Opera House
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
3 Quay Street
Manchester, M3 3

161-2422509

The Opera House in Quay Street, Manchester, England, is a 1,920-seater commercial touring theatre that plays host to touring musicals, ballet, concerts and a Christmas pantomime. It is a Grade II listed building. The Opera House is one of the main theatres in Manchester, England. The Opera House and its sister theatre the Palace Theatre, Manchester on Oxford Street are operated by the same parent company, Ambassador Theatre Group.HistoryThe theatre opened as the New Theatre in 1912, renamed the New Queen’s Theatre in 1915 and the Opera House in 1920. It closed in 1979 and for five years was a bingo hall. The Palace Trust acquired it in 1984 and returned it to a theatre. In 1990 it was acquired by Apollo Leisure and staged large-scale musicals.ArchitectureThe theatre has a rectangular plan and is built of stuccoed brick with a slate roof. Its symmetrical fifteen-bay facade is in the Classical style with a five-bay centre with fluted Ionic columns. Above the three central bays is a relief of a horse-drawn chariot within a semi-circular arch. The gable has a moulded cornice on brackets. The entrance canopy is a 20th-century addition.

Salut Wines
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Salut Wines, 11 Cooper Street
Manchester, M2 2FW

0161 236 2340

Constantly changing 44 wines by the glass & over 300 bottles to choose from to drink in or take home. A good selection of bottled beers and artisan spirits. Tapas style platters are served, along with nibbles.

The Albert Square Chop House
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
The Memorial Hall, Albert Square
Manchester, M2 5PF

0161 834 1866

Albert Square Chop House in Thomas Worthington’s iconic Memorial Hall, bang in the heart of the City. Built in 1866, listed, but long neglected, it’s now a dining pub and British restaurant, with a unique event floor. In the bar and restaurant we are dedicated to creating classic British food with a modern twist, made from fresh local ingredients. We keep what has been described as ‘one of the best wine lists in the region’, along with quality cask-conditioned ales. The Thomas Worthington Boardroom provides a setting of real historic charm for conducting business and for private entertaining. The boardroom is an inspirational space enhanced by stirring views of Manchester’s wonderful Town Hall & the forever-changing Albert Square. Our largest private room the Memorial Hall can accommodate 100 guests. Complete with state-of-the-art facilities, delivering total exclusivity – with its own private lift & bar.

Eventualize Ltd
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
83 Ducie Street
Manchester, M1 2JQ

0161 818 8054

We area venue soupects of events ce abd find and event management company dealing with all as conference organisation company offering a completely free venue finding service as well as event management packages our experinced team and our contacts within the meeting and events ndustry will guarentee you an excellent service and the best possible rates .We understand just how time consuming it is to find the right venue, so our team are here to take the stress out of venue finding for you. We can find a venue for just about any event including: Conferences, Meetings, Seminars, Hotel Accommodation, Training Days, Corporate Days, Company Dinners & Social Networking Events, Birthday Parties, Anniversaries, wedding, interviews or anything else....... We will find the pefect venue for your next event!

Manchester Hall
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
36 Bridge Street
Manchester, M3 3BT

0161 832 6256

MANCHESTER HALL is the cities first 5 star boutique venue dedicated to conferencing, events and dining. Located in the Iconic grade-II listed limestone building former Freemasons’ Hall and infused with 21st century design to create a memorable setting. The interior having been untouched since the 1920’s is a hidden neo classical jewel and has been transformed into a unique space commended by English Heritage. A truly original bespoke venue unrivalled by anything else and located at the gateway to Spinningfields and the business and professional quarter.

47 Dale Street
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
47 Dale Street
Manchester, M1 2HF

0161 228 3375

Fanboy3
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
17 Newton Street
Manchester, M1 1

0161 2477735

Welcome to Fan Boy Three, the UK's number one organised play store. Whether its regular in store events or major national tournaments, we've got it covered

Performance Venue Near Manchester Arena

Motor City Disco
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
10 Thomas Street
Manchester, United Kingdom M4 1DH

07412 500 718

Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Lynn Collins, James Brown, Sly & The Family Stone, Smoove & Turrell, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Pharrell Williams, Edwin Starr, Little Richard, Major Lance and the list goes on...

Beta
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street
Manchester, United Kingdom M4 1LE

The night of discovery – testing out the best new bands from around the world live in intimate venues in Manchester. In the past we have brought you acts such as Lianne La Havas, Augustines, Hooton Tennis Club, Theme Park, Peace, Dan Sartain, Sleep Party People, FEMME, Trailer Trash Tracys, Hanni El Khatib, Bass Drum of Death and DZ Deathrays. (Watch out for the occasional special one offs at bigger venues too. Check out the shows event page for full details!) To enter every gig for free ‘like’ www.facebook.com/musicinbeta and your name along with all other BETA like-ees will be on the door at all BETA shows. Once we've reach capacity each night thats it, so get down early x In association with www.clashmusic.com Blog: musicinbeta.tumblr.com Twitter: @MusicinBeta

All Things Considered - Acoustic Session
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Collier Street
Salford, United Kingdom

07760 430 577

CS CLUB Manchester
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
79 Cheetham Hill Road
Manchester, United Kingdom M4 4ER

+447727125478

CS Club Manchester is community organization for Czech and Slovaks living in the North West, we do private CS parties and live concerts