A Little Literary Tour of Manchester

A few weeks ago, I made a trip to The North (as it is ominously known) to spend a long weekend with my uni friends in Manchester. Of course, when exploring a new city my thoughts immediately gravitated towards the nerdy; namely books. And Manchester didn’t disappoint.

According to my research, there were three libraries that you simply *must* see in Manchester; Manchester Central Library, Chetham’s Library and The John Rylands Library. Unfortunately Chetham’s Library (the oldest public library in the English-speaking world) is closed on the weekend. I didn’t expect to make all three, but it would have been nice to try.

Manchester Central Library

Manchester Central Library is beautiful. I adore libraries and I always feel really blessed that libraries are open to the public for free and you have access to all of this knowledge and books and references for free (did I mention it was for free?)…

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