Manchester Town Hall manchester

Manchester Town Hall located at Town Hall Extension, Albert Square, Manchester M60 2LA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0161 234 5000

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Manchester Town Hall manchester
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Manchester Town Hall manchester
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Manchester Town Hall manchester
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Manchester Town Hall manchester
Manchester Town Hall manchester
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Wail Dashash

5 Google Rating

Very beautiful land mark. Unfortunately the day I went visited it there were a lot of construction a

5/ 5

Very beautiful land mark. Unfortunately the day I went visited it there were a lot of construction and renovation in the area. Lovely people and restaurants in the surroundings. I highly recommend visiting it during the holiday seasons

ʟɪʟʟʏ Kim

5 Google Rating

One of my favourite place in England. It’s really nice and beautiful building. You should check it

5/ 5

One of my favourite place in England. It’s really nice and beautiful building. You should check it out. Grab a cup of coffee and just sit on the beach a front of the hall and just relax. Your day will be good. I strongly recommend you this Town hall! Have a lovely day

Victoria Moss

5 Google Rating

The town hall is stunning inside and out! There is a beautiful cafe inside which is well worth the v

5/ 5

The town hall is stunning inside and out! There is a beautiful cafe inside which is well worth the visit very elegant. During the Christmas period you can find stalls just inside the entrance and a beautiful tree. Fireworks are set off from the roof at new year and the Christmas light switch on that are spectacular

Simone Mattogno

3 Google Rating

Great building, nice place to get rest with a lot of benches, but unfortunately it will be close by

3/ 5

Great building, nice place to get rest with a lot of benches, but unfortunately it will be close by 2024.

Robert Pritchard

5 Google Rating

Great Xmas markets just like being in another country. Great effort Manchedter

5/ 5

Great Xmas markets just like being in another country. Great effort Manchedter

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