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Visit Manchester Pass

Manchester

Discover Manchester with the official sightseeing Visit Manchester Pass.

Immerse yourself in one of the most exciting places to visit in the UK right now, with the Visit Manchester Pass.

Discover its rich industrial heritage, immerse yourself in Manchester’s iconic football history and enjoy the booming food and drink scene. Your Manchester adventure awaits!

With the Visit Manchester Pass you can explore the city’s top attractions, including entry to RHS Garden Bridgewater, National Football Museum, SEA LIFE Manchester, Manchester City Football Club and much more. Designed to make your trip to Manchester as cost-effective and convenient as possible, the Visit Manchester Pass also offers you many discounts for museums, restaurants and sightseeing around the city.

With 1, 2 or 3-day passes available, unlock the best of Manchester and purchase your pass today!

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Please note, some of the attractions included in the Visit Manchester Pass require pre-booking. Ensure you check the pass booking app before travelling to see which attractions require pre-booking and instructions on how to book. Once your Visit Manchester Pass is activated it is valid for consecutive days (not 24-hour periods) from the date you select. Ensure that you plan your day accordingly to get the most out of your pass!

 

Please visit the website for further information.

Prices

1-Day Pass

Adult

£79.00

Child

£60.00

2-Day Pass

Adult

£99.00

Child

£75.00

3-Day Pass

Adult

£119.00

Child

£90.00

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WIN a 2-night stay in Manchester, including a Visit Manchester Pass for two!

Discover the vibrant cosmopolitan city of Manchester. As a haven for foodies, fashion enthusiasts, luxury seekers, music lovers and, of course, sporting fans, the city offers the perfect break for everyone.

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