Manchester, Liverpool, and the Peak District Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Manchester, Liverpool, and the Peak District - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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British Music Experience

  • Museum/Gallery

Located in the former first-class lounge of the historic Cunard Building, this venue traces the story of British music through a colorful...

Casbah Coffee Club

  • Museum/Gallery

A coffee shop owned by original drummer Pete Best's mother, this is where The Beatles played some of their earliest gigs. Decorated by...

Castlefield Urban Heritage Park

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

Site of an early Roman fort, the district of Castlefield was later the center of the city's industrial boom, which resulted in the building...

Central Library

  • Library/Archive

This 1930s structure was once the biggest municipal library in the world, and today its circular exterior, topped by a line of Doric...

Chetham's Library

  • Educational Institution

The oldest public library in the English-speaking world (founded in 1653), as well as the meeting place of Marx and Engels when the former...

Hardwick Hall

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Few houses in England evoke the late Elizabethan era as vividly as Hardwick Hall, a beautiful stone mansion and walled gardens 10 miles...

Museum of Science and Industry

  • Historic District/Site

The venue's five buildings, one of which is the world's oldest passenger rail station (1830), hold marvelous collections relating to...

Town Hall

  • Government Building

Manchester's imposing Town Hall, with its 280-foot-tall clock tower, speaks volumes about the city's 19th-century sense of self-importance.

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