Manchester Travel Course
The itinerary and travel dates are customizable.
This initial itinerary is a sample itinerary and does not reflect any academic programs. ARAMFO offers its travel courses to all fields of study. Therefore, our initial itineraries serve as a reference for the types of activities and locations available in the region. All customizations for academic programs are made on a case by case basis.
Transfer to Hotel
Visit some of Manchester’s art galleries and museums:
Manchester Art Gallery - Exhibitions including Half-life of a Miracle, a decade of
Photography and film by British contemporary artist Pat Flynn from 2005 to 2015
The Imitation Game, An exhibition by eight international artists who explore the theme of machines and the imitation of life.
Manchester Museum - Exhibitions including Ancient Worlds, Fossils, Greenhouse, & the Vivarium
People’s History Museum - with its exhibition, Grafters: Industrial society in image and word.
The National Football Museum
A chance to leave the city, and take a tour, visiting the stunningly beautiful Peak District. With its amazing scenery and lovely towns and villages there is so much to see and do in this wonderful national park. A visit to Chatsworth House or Haddon Hall could also be included this day.
Liverpool: Another part of the North of England’s cities awaits you today as your guide takes you to the nearby city of Liverpool, once home of the Beatles. Once in the city you would be able to join the local hop-on,hop-off bus tour to see the sights and discover the history of this industrial city. You would also have the chance to enjoy a trip on the Wheel of Liverpool.
A full day tour to:
The BBC media city
John Rylands library (the oldest building in Manchester)
The Pankhurst Centre (suffrage movement)
Explore Saddleworth Moors (country walks and village shops)
Salford Lads Club (dates back 1903)
The Trafford Centre (shopping emporium)
Manchester Town Hall
Manchester Music Walking
A full day trip to North Wales