Manchester Cathedral Museum Overview

Manchester Cathedral is the pronounced mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Manchester. It was formerly known as the Cathedral and Collegiate church of St Denys, St. George, and St. Mary. It is additionally the seat of the Bishop of Manchester and the ward church of the city.

Manchester Cathedral is situated on Victoria Street in Manchester City Center. The primary structure of the Cathedral is inherent Perpendicular Gothic Style and it is truly rich in its design. The guest's focal point of the congregation was opened by Queen Elizabeth II. The middle has a shop just as a presentation room. The significant fascination is the fifteenth century Hanging Bridge.

Location: Victoria St, Manchester M3 1SX, United Kingdom

Timings: 08.30 AM- 5.30 PM

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