John Rylands Library Overview
John Rylands Library is viewed as probably the most visited spot among all the other famed places in Manchester. This place is known to be an abode to rare manuscripts and books that many people won’t even catch a glance in their lifetime. Its magnificent structure is also a treat to the eyes that stands as a masterpiece with Victorian Gothic style of engineering.

This library is one of the only five libraries open to exploration. It contains in excess of 4 million printed books and original copies and more than 50000 electronic books. This spot is absolutely a book sweetheart's heaven. Other exhibits that are worth glancing here are medieval manuscripts, oldest known parts of the New Testament and others.

Location: 150 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3EH, United Kingdom

Timings: 10 AM - 5 PM
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