About Manchester Victoria Railway Station
Manchester Railway Station is a train station and Metrolink tram stop in central Manchester. It was one of the original stations on the pioneering Manchester and Leeds Railway, and some of its original Victorian offices can still be seen facing Hunt’s Bank Approach.
Make the most of Manchester
One of Britain’s most distinctive and characterful cities, Manchester is brimming with new and exciting things to discover. With two major football clubs, the city has plenty of ways to delve into its sporting history. If you’re more arty than sporty, head down to the Lowry - an eclectic theatre venue, and the home of the largest collection of works by the prolific British painter LS Lowry. Foodies visiting the city should certainly make time for a trip to Curry Mile - a street with more than 70 delectable restaurants serving middle-eastern and south Asian cuisine.
Hear the story of England’s favourite pastime at The National Football Museum
For any die-hard football fan, the National Football Museum in Manchester is an absolute must. Here, you can immerse yourself in the extensive and intriguing history of “the beautiful game”, and get up-close with some lovingly preserved artefacts of the sport from the museum’s incredible collection. The interactive FootballPlus Experience allows you to test your skill in penalty shootouts, shot stopping and even commentary!
Planning a trip to Manchester Victoria Railway Station? Travelodge Manchester Central Arena Hotel is just around the corner on Great Ducie Street, and Travelodge Manchester Piccadilly Hotel is a 10-minute drive away.