Manchester Sackville Street
Sackville Street runs right through the heart of Manchester, with great access to the bars of Canal Street, Chinatown and the Piccadilly area of the city. With ample parking at Manchester Sackville Street, you park up and leave your car and explore the city’s most charismatic district. It’s also handy for Manchester’s conference centre, Piccadilly train station and the Palace Theatre.
Nearby Attractions in Manchester
Sackville Gardens is a little oasis of calm in one of Manchester’s most upbeat neighbourhoods. Laid out with pathways, lawns and flowerbeds, stroll through the gardens and visit the Alan Turing memorial statue, which commemorates the life of the ‘father of modern computing’. Manchester Sackville Street parking is just around the corner, and is the most convenient place to park for access to this part of the city.
Manchester’s pedestrianised Canal Street is its main hub, where you’ll be spoilt for choice with a great selection of bars and clubs. If you’re heading out for the evening, then park close by at Manchester Sackville Street, just two streets away.
If you’re visiting for business rather than pleasure, then Manchester Sackville Street parking is also ideally placed for access to the Manchester Conference Centre. You’ll find it just a few minutes’ walks down Sackville Street, crossing the canal.