It's all new at Spinningfields
Manchester has lots of historic districts, but Spinningfields isn’t one of them. Developed in the 2000s as a business, retail and residential area in the centre of the city at a cost of £1.5billion, it can be found close to Deansgate and the River Irwell. Thanks to its business links, it’s been described as the Canary Wharf of the north, but it’s also home to many top-class retailers.
Mind your Ps and Qs in Spinningfields
Located in a Grade II listed former pumping station close to Spinningfields’ residential district is the People’s History Museum, which holds one of the UK’s largest collections of political material. Its aim is to chart democracy in Britain and the lives of working people. But beware - anybody who misbehaves can be immediately punished because the Manchester City Magistrates' Court and Coroner's Court are just around the corner.
Spinningfields - a foodie's heaven
Anybody in need of refreshment during a trip to Manchester can’t go wrong in Spinningfields. In fact, if they can’t find something they like here, then they probably don’t enjoy eating at all. Major restaurant and cafe chains are represented as well as units run by smaller, local traders. There’s a vast array of bars too. Looking for cheap accommodation Near Spinningfields? Try Travelodge Manchester Central Hotel, Travelodge Manchester Piccadilly Hotel or Travelodge Manchester Central Arena Hotel.