Number 70 Oxford Street is the former site of the Cornerhouse and now a part of the Manchester Metropolitan University campus.
Victoria Baths is located just outside of the Oxford Road Corridor, but it’s an iconic treasure that’s well worth a visit.
An innovative contemporary art gallery committed to supporting artists’ careers and talent development across Greater Manchester, the North West and beyond.
An extensive archival collection spanning art, design, history, technology and culture – open to MMU staff, students, and members of the public alike.
This beautifully restored Grade II listed villa was once home to Elizabeth Gaskell, one of the UK’s most important Victorian writers.
Discover the story of the suffragettes and learn about women’s activism, past and present, at the former home of Emmeline Pankhurst and her family.
Currently closed for redevelopment until October 2022. Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, is the UK’s largest university museum with a collection of about 4.5 million items from every continent.
Manchester School of Art’s Holden Gallery curates an exhibitions programme that focuses exclusively on recent developments in international contemporary visual art.
A venue dedicated to Manchester writer Anthony Burgess and a go-to destination for literature, concerts, conferences, and much more.
Manchester’s multi-purpose hub of creativity and discovery, bringing together film, theatre, art, and some of the city’s best social spaces.
A visually stunning art gallery located at the heart of Whitworth Park, with a collection containing around 55,000 items.