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Manchester is a city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester,
England. It is the third-most visited city in the UK and ranks only next to
London and Edinburgh. The city is a hotcake among all seasons and is dotted
with many remarkable attractions of architecture. The host of 2002
Commonwealth Games, Manchester is where the scientists had succeeded in
splitting an atom and had developed a stored-program computer. The city is
the commercial and cultural capital of Lancashire, and visitors are usually
left for words with its architecturally-sound Opera House and Britain's
longest and widest indoor ski slope- Chill Factor.
Things to do in Manchester
The Castlefield is often regarded as the point zero of tourist attractions
all in Manchester. It features an ancient Roman Fort, a mid-18th
century canal (built to transport coal from mines and called the
Bridgewater Canal) and many quaint but restored Victorian houses. Also, of
note here are many old warehouses that date back to previous 2 centuries
and an art gallery called the Castle field Art Gallery.
Museum of Science and Industry
Built on the site of the world's oldest railroad station, the Museum of
Science and Industry comprises 12 classic galleries related to
ground-breaking scientific discoveries and inventions made by English
scientists over last few centuries. Some examples here include the water
and steam-driven engines and vintage cars (including a 1904 Rolls Royce).
The collection is seconded by numerous historic aircraft and their related
Manchester Art Gallery
The Manchester Art Gallery in Manchester is home to one of the largest art
collections in Britain. Some of the art collections here stand only next to
those in London and includes masterpieces by the pre-Raphaelites and
Flemish masters of the 17th century. This is seconded by those of French
and German artists like and Monet and Max Ernst.
Best Time to Visit Manchester
Summer season (the months from June to August) are the best to book your
flights from Los Angeles to Manchester. Book your flights from LAX to MAN
during this time of the year to enjoy famous cultural events like
Manchester International Film Festival, 247 Theatre Festival, RHS Flower
Festival and Manchester Jazz Festival. It is advised to book Manchester
flights in advance to avoid paying more during peak season.