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Free Things To Do In Manchester

There are so many amazing things to do in Manchester and many of them won’t cost you a penny…

Manchester is a vibrant and exciting city that offers visitors a plethora of amazing experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression. There are endless options of things to do, no matter what your interests are. For art enthusiasts, the city boasts a number of awe-inspiring museums and galleries showcasing world-renowned pieces – all for free. Those who enjoy the great outdoors will be spoilt for choice with a variety of beautiful parks, gardens and nature reserves to explore. Manchester’s rich heritage and culture are also on full display with numerous historic sights and exhibitions to discover. Best of all, the majority of these fantastic activities won’t cost you a penny, making Manchester an ideal destination for those on a tight budget. With so much to see and do, Manchester is definitely worth a visit and will leave you wanting to come back for more.

Peter Marlow: The English Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral Victoria Street, Manchester, United Kingdom

Manchester Cathedral will host the next stage of an ambitious tour of works by the late Magnum photographer, Peter Marlow.

Free

No Place Like Home – Photographs by Judah Passow

Manchester Jewish Museum 190 Cheetham Hill Road, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, United Kingdom

As part of their 'Museum on the Move' project, Jewish Museum London are delighted to announce a display of seven photographs taken in Manchester by award winning photographer, Judah Passow

Free

The Pride Parade Goes On Without Me

People's History Museum Left Bank Spinningfields, Manchester, United Kingdom

Outside In presents ‘The Pride Parade Goes On Without Me’, an exhibition of artworks and poetry exploring the intersect of LGBTQIA+ and disabled activist identities in Manchester.

Free
Event Series Life On The Line

Life On The Line

Imperial War Museum Trafford Wharf Road,, Manchester, United Kingdom

Witness powerful footage from Academy Award winner Peter Jackson's critically acclaimed They Shall Not Grow Old, alongside original imagery, footage and sound from Imperial War Museum's extensive First World War collections. […]

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