Home of Emmeline Pankhurst and the place where the first meeting of the Women’s Social and Political Union – later known as the suffragettes – took place.
Smart, modern barbers based in the ever-expanding Hatch complex on Manchester’s Oxford Road.
The Refuge by VOLTA, at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, is a luxurious, modern restaurant, housed in a magnificent, Alfred Waterhouse designed, Victorian brick and terracotta building, decorated inside with beautiful tiles, which was originally the headquarters of The Refuge Assurance Company. It offers 10,000 sq ft of drinking and dining for everyone and anyone, all under one roof, with the instruction “Come As You Are”.
Originally called The Temple of Convenience owing to its former life as a public toilet block, this is a tiny bar with some of the finest bathroom graffiti in town.
Free music venue and nightclub, serving vegetarian and vegan pub food including all-day breakfasts.
The gallery in the park which has gained global attention with contemporary exhibition programmes giving new life to international collections.
Utility on Oxford Road is the place to go for that special gift, for something original, and different.
Victoria Baths is located just outside of the Oxford Road Corridor, but it’s an iconic treasure that’s well worth a visit.
This 18-acre park opposite the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is an eye-catching green space and home to the Whitworth Art Gallery.
WOOD Manchester offers one of the cities best fine dining experiences, from the locally-loved winner of 2015 MasterChef UK winner Simon Wood.
A gig venue, club, bar and restaurant, YES is run by acclaimed promoters Now Wave and is home to the very best up and coming music in Manchester.
Z-arts is a unique arts centre whose aim is to share the joy of imagination, storytelling and creativity with children and families.