Manchester Cathedral is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Manchester, seat of the bishop and the city’s parish church. The medieval church is located in Victoria Street in the city centre and it was extensively refaced, restored and extended in Victorian times and again following bomb damage in the 20th century.
The church is one of fifteen Grade 1 listed buildings in Manchester and the Hanging Bridge which was built in the 15th century to be the main approach to the church is now the main attraction and monument. This was buried for more than 100 years and it now also houses a shop and an exhibition room.
Visit the Manchester Cathedral website.