The Whitworth Hall, Oxford Rd, Manchester, M13 9PL – Visit Now
The University of Manchester’s Alfred Waterhouse campus is always worth a wander around, and this rarely-opened building, part of a complex of buildings around the Old Quandrangle (which includes the Manchester Museum) shows why: it is a neo-Gothic masterpiece complete with a steep tiled roof in fishscale bands, towers with polygonal turrets, soaring buttresses and tall, thin windows. To put it another way: you can imagine Harry Potter feeling right at home here. Waterhouse was responsible for Manchester’s Town Hall; taken together, the Quad and the Town Hall, surely these are one of the best example’s of Waterhouse’s ‘modern Gothic’ style (also seen in the Natural History Museum in London).
Services and FacilitiesBanqueting and conference hall.
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