24 Feb quirky manchester venues
as event planners, our team is always on the lookout for unique locations to host meetings, conferences, dinners, and events. we offer a great venue finding service, which you can read more about here: https://www.sevenevents.co.uk/free-venue-finder-london/
in today’s blog, we’ve shortlisted three manchester venues you may not have considered, to help you impress your guests at your next meeting, dinner or party:
the monastery of st francis and gorton trust owns and operates this listed heritage site built by e w pugin, whose father, augustus welby pugin helped to design the uk houses of parliament. the grade ii* listed building offers a magnificent setting for any occasion, from weddings to corporate events, only a shot drive from manchester city centre with ample parking. this multi-use and inspiring space has rooms with capacities from 2 to 450 alongside a central garden, perfect for breaks.
this 10,000-capacity venue in manchester’s former railway station was transformed in 2019, as part of a £1billion regeneration project. the goal was to provide a platform for a diverse program of arts, music, industry, culture, and community events. this unique venue comprises of 5 large-scale spaces and three interlinking archways, providing the ultimate industrial backdrop and a great spot for brand activation and events.
the science and industry museum
highlighting manchester’s extensive legacy of world-changing innovations and scientific discoveries, this museum transforms normal events into once-in-a-lifetime experiences. from a bright and characteristic conference center which is ideal for meetings of up to 300 delegates, to unique spaces, historic exhibits and galleries unforgettable dining experiences or product launches.
at seven events we understand finding the perfect venue for your next event can be a challenge – that’s why our expert planners are on hand to help you every step of the way. give us a call on +44 (0) 207 659 4430 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d love to hear from you!