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LAP
| 1 January 1970

LAP is a high-end bike shop at Circle Square. They believe bikes can change cities, making them greener and healthier for everyone.

TRIB3
| 1 January 1970

At TRIB3 expect an intensive HIIT-workout fused with an epic sensory experience within a stunning, industrial studio.

University Green
| 1 January 1970

University Green is a modern home for retailers and food and drink outlets as well as a tree-lined green space for the public to enjoy.

Alan Gilbert Square
| 1 January 1970

The outdoor area directly in front of the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons, the University of Manchester’s 24/7 study and learning space, provides green spaces for students to enjoy during breaks from teaching and learning.

Symphony Park
| 1 January 1970

Circle Square is home to Symphony Park, a beautifully landscaped green space designed for socialising, entertaining, relaxing and exploring.

Brunswick Park
| 1 January 1970

Enjoy views of some of the best architecture in Manchester in this green space which was opened in 2018 by The University of Manchester.

The 8th Day Shop & Cafe
| 1 January 1970

You can stop by on your lunch for a quick takeaway sandwich or burrito to take back to your desk or enjoy across the road in All Saints Park, or you stay longer and pick from a menu of mains in their downstairs cafe.

All Saints Park
| 1 January 1970

All Saints Park is a beautiful green space in the heart of the Oxford Road Corridor. Perfect for a quick moment of calm on a busy day.

Whitworth Park
| 1 January 1970

This 18-acre park opposite the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is an eye-catching green space and home to the Whitworth Art Gallery.

Harry Hall’s Cycles
| 1 January 1970

Harry Hall’s Cycles is a 3,000 square foot bike shop on Whitworth Street West with 100s of bikes and cycling expertise on hand.

Manchester Aquatics Centre
| 1 January 1970

Manchester Aquatics Centre is a great swimming facility, offering a variety of swimming sessions for all ages and abilities

The Manchester Museum
| 1 January 1970

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.