What's happening with New Manchester Walks
No Town Hall tour Tue 21 April: no access; sorry. We hope to be back for Sun 26 April.
Thu 23 April: Politics & Poverty
Sun 26 April: Town Hall tour
Tue 28 April: Town Hall tour
Thu 30 April: The Pre-Raphaelites
Cruise the Manchester Waterways With Us – Mon 25 May
Spring is here, so set your chronometer for Mon 25 May and a 3-hour local cruise with historic commentary and licensed bar. Please book with Quaytickets.
Join us on board to glide past the new Coronation Street studios, Media City, Manchester United, The Imperial War Museum North, the Lowry Centre, the old docks of what was Britain’s 4th biggest port, Mode Wheel Locks, Castlefield and Spinningfields…
Expert commentary provided.
Clock Tower Tours…New Manchester Walks in Time with the City
We can now announce summer 2015 dates for the towering tour, to take you up, up and away – beyond the confines of Manchester Town Hall into the soaring clock tower on a journey into the very heart of time.
Sat 23 May, Sat 20 June, Fri 3 July, Sat 4 July, Sat 18 July, Sat 22 Aug, Sat 19 Sep at 10.45am, 12.45pm, 2.45pm. For booking details
Summer Programme now out!
Our much-anticipated summer programme is now out and the leaflet should be arriving at a library/information centre/gallery/venue near you very soon.
In the meantime, you can always have a glimpse on this website (see Home Page. Click “Download Brochure”.)
Town Hall Tours: Tuesdays 11am, Sundays 2.30pm. From May, Tuesdays & Saturdays, 11am.
* The de-luxe and madly entertaining tour.
* We have taken some 600 people on this tour this year.
* Please let us know you would like to attend by e-mailing email@example.com
* Pay on the day.
* Meet at the Midland Hotel.
**NEW** Detailed Tours of Central Library
We are very pleased to unveil our new, lovingly-honed, in-depth tours of the architectural and bibliographical gem that is the reopened Central Library.
The New Manchester Walks team has devised a wonderful tour, rich in history, architecture, design and drama.
We will explain how the building works, explain the fascinating symbolism inside, touch on the library’s previous homes (Charles Dickens opened the first such building in 1852), view the exquisite reading room, and open up areas you might not find yourself…
Need a Speaker?
Ed Glinert’s energetic, enthralling and entertaining talks – on Alan Turing, Peterloo, Winston Churchill, the Pankhursts etc etc – have wowed audiences at the St James’s Club, Manchester Central Library, the Portico Library, Whitefield shul, the U3A…
Town Hall Murals: August Bank Holiday Monday
Next full detailed tour of the Ford Madox Brown Murals in Manchester Town Hall: Bank Holiday Monday, 31 August 2015. This is going to be a de-luxe offering, for we will be starting at Manchester Art Gallery at 11am to look at the best of the Pre-Raphaelite paintings, followed by a coffee break and then a saunter over to the Town Hall.