Manchester Cathedral and Visitor Centre
The Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Mary, St Denys and St George is the mother church of the Diocese of Manchester, seat of the Bishop of Manchester, a centre for Christian mission, a historic civic institution, a place of worship, hospitality, learning and a medieval visitor attraction. A church has stood on this site since 632, the current building was established in 1421 by Henry V.
Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre resides within the Cathedral complex and offers two purpose built conference rooms along with a café, bookshop and the medieval Hanging Ditch Bridge.
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0161 833 2220
Manchester Cathedral, Victoria Street, Manchester, M3 1SX
When attending an event at this magnificent building, our hospitality team will be there to greet you at the door and lead you to the splendour of this great space. The public realm, together with the interior setting of the Cathedral, offer an ideal place to host an array of multi-faceted events including fashion shows, brand launches and grand gala dinners, while the two purpose-built conference suites at Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre are the ideal setting for meetings, training and away days.
Dining at Manchester Cathedral is a delicious experience. In keeping with the setting, we offer traditional and contemporary menus; we pride ourselves on the quality of our suppliers and the care they take in delivering our events.