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There is never a dull day at MediaCityUK. Atmosphere is central to the MediaCityUK ethos and with a host of cultural and sporting attractions, cinemas, world class events, shopping, an abundance of bars and restaurants and a diversity of people...more
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Popped over on Sunday it wasnt as busy as Ive seen it in previous years we have done the BBC tour which is excellent but this time it was a hot day we walked over from Lowry enjoyed some cold drinks from Costa and chilled...More
Came here with friends while visiting Manchester. Media City is a great place to come. It has some great bars and places to eat. Also has the Northern war museum which when we went had an exhibition about the battle of the Somme/WW1. Enjoyed walking...More
Having attended the CBBC Summer Social in Liverpool and travelling from Bournemouth to do this, we booked the tour in Manchester to make this a memorable CBBC weekend 😊 Mike & John were our tour guides and had a great rapport with the children. We...More
Enjoyed catching the tram from central Manchester (family ticket good value) to Media City with family (x2 teenage boys), fun to wander around and see the well known broadcast names, eat lunch at one of the many restaurants and visit the War Museum....definitely recommended
if you are interested in modern architecture and city development, the old quais of Manchester are defiitely a very interesting area. amazing what was built here in the last years, and it still looks like a huge construction site beyond the center. BBC, ITV... name...More
Just a tram ride form the centre of Manchester... some great restaurants, theatres, cinemas .... and of course the TV production companies.. CAU is my favourite restaurant there... great Argentinean steak house.
My wife, her brother and his wife and myself paid a visit to see A Question of Sport, and we were being kept informed of what was happenng from the time we got there until we went into the studio itself. The staff were great,...More
The closest Train Station is Manchester Piccadilly - you can then get either the Media City Tram or Eccles Tram. Which will take you close to the studios, there is a shorter walk from the Media City tram stop. There are no... More
The closest Train Station is Manchester Piccadilly - you can then get either the Media City Tram or Eccles Tram. Which will take you close to the studios, there is a shorter walk from the Media City tram stop. There are no Train stations close to media city.
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If you get there a few hours before and park in multi story, the Lowry shopping centre is next to it, to waste some time. if going straight there id say beware of rush hour between 4.30-6.00pm.you could end up missing the... More
If you get there a few hours before and park in multi story, the Lowry shopping centre is next to it, to waste some time. if going straight there id say beware of rush hour between 4.30-6.00pm.you could end up missing the show