Manchester Central

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Manchester Central
Windmill Street,
M2 3GX Manchester

Venue information

Manchester Central is in the heart of Manchester city centre in the North West of England. Located in the centre of the UK, the city is served by strong road, rail and air links, making it an easily accessible location for visitors from all over the world.

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Manchester Central
4.7 (3 Reviews)
Acoustics & sight lines
On-site service

Selected reviews for this venue:

Jeanette, 18/08/14
All facilities where of a good standard .took the train straight in to the venue ,couldnt be simpler . Food and drink rates at these events always costly .
Ant and Dec (18/08/14) - Fantastic family entertainment !
Great evening out watching the comedy duo ! Full of fun and audience participation .to boot.! Shared the evening with my 20year old son , we laughed ,danced and had a great evening to remember
Howie, 14/04/14
Justin Timberlake (14/04/14) - Fantastic JT !!!!
Awesome, sounds better live than recorded. Great dancing, great backing singers, great musicians. What can I say - one of the best concerts I have ever been to!
aud, 05/12/13
Avenged Sevenfold (05/12/13) - Brill
It was a brilliant A7X were fab and FFDP were amazing defo go back just get better seating as we were right at the top. First time i have seen them live and really want to see them again xx
Address: Manchester Central
Windmill Street, M2 3GX Manchester
Public transport
By rail
Manchester has direct rail connections to all major UK cities – London is just over two hours away by train. Services come into the city at either Piccadilly or Victoria station, both of which connect to Manchester’s Metrolink light-rail system which provides easy access to all parts of the city centre. Take the Metrolink from either Piccadilly or Victoria (in the Altrincham or Eccles direction) and alight at St Peter’s Square, which is within a 5-minute walk of Manchester Central. You can also take advantage of the free Metroshuttle bus that travels between the two stations across the city centre.

Metrolink and Taxis
The extensive Metrolink tram service covers the city centre and areas of Greater Manchester.

To reach the venue follow signs for Metrolink from either Piccadilly or Victoria, purchase a City Zone ticket on the platform and take a tram heading for Altrincham or Eccles alighting at St Peter’s Square. The venue is then a five-minute walk away, behind the Midland Hotel. You can also take advantage of the free Metroshuttle bus that travels across the city centre.


Parking at Manchester Central
Once you have travelled into the city by car, then the best place to park is the NCP car park on site at Manchester Central. It is open 24 hours and the address details for sat nav are: Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3GX.

For more information on NCP car parks in Manchester, visit or telephone 0845 050 7080.

Park and Ride
Access into Manchester is easier if you use one of the many Park and Ride schemes. It is the ideal way to plan a quick, easy journey into the city centre. Parking is free at local rail stations and Metrolink tram stops in Greater Manchester so the only cost is the fare. In many instances the cost of your ticket will be less than your normal parking charges too!


Manchester Central’s facilities have been designed to maximise accessibility for all delegates and organisers. The majority of exhibition spaces at Manchester Central are on the ground floor, accessed directly from street level. All first floor facilities can be reached by lift and stairs.

As part of its commitment to making the venue as accessible as possible, Manchester Central has recently undertaken a number of improvements:

A £500,000 refurbishment of the toilet facilities in the main exhibition space; Removal of cobbles at main venue access points and replacement with smooth paving; The installation of highlighted nosing and additional handrails to external steps and ramped access points;
The installation of Deaf Alerter, the radio-based fire alarm warning and messaging system. To find out more see
A programme of training for all staff in disability awareness If you have any queries regarding access facilities at Manchester Central, please contact us.