Manchester, England Map
Our Manchester map collection features a road map, an interactive map, a list of things to do, and a reference map.
Manchester is located in North West England and is known for its rich industrial history and world-famous football clubs.
So get ready to explore Manchester in map form. Remember to download and print them off for a long-lasting impression.
Manchester map collection
Interactive Map of Manchester
By using this interactive map, you can get a closer look at the various features of Manchester. For instance, you can explore its restaurants, shopping districts, museums, and modes of transportation.
So, if you’re ready to embark on a journey of discovery in Manchester, use this free interactive map of Manchester to learn everything this exciting city has to offer.
Manchester Road Map
With a population of over half a million people, it’s no wonder that navigating this city can be quite a challenge, especially for newcomers.
Fortunately, you can use this road map whenever you don’t know where to go. It shows primary motorways, highway numbers, and street names so you don’t get lost.
Highways: A34, A56, A57, A62, A572, A576, A580, A664, A665, M60, M67, M602
Major Roads: Princess Road, Withington Road, Trinity Way, Stretford Road, Briscoe Lane, Lightbowne Road, Charlestown Road, Victoria Avenue, Manchester Old Road, Kings Road, Parrs Wood Road, Burton Road, Princess Parkway, Altrincham Road, Kingsway, Portway, Styal Road, Norris Road
10 Things To Do in Manchester
In this attractions map, we provide key landmarks that highlight important features for anyone seeking to explore the city. This includes a set of museums and historical sights.
Topping the list is the Science and Industry Museum, which tells the story of Manchester’s industrial past, with interactive exhibits and historic machinery.
As you may already know, football (soccer) is a big deal in Manchester so the National Football Museum celebrates the history of this sport in the UK.
If you plan on visiting Manchester, here are the top 10 things to do that we recommend seeing.
- Science and Industry Museum
- Manchester Cathedral
- Old Trafford
- Etihad Stadium
- Manchester Museum
- National Football Museum
- Heaton Park
- Fletcher Moss Park
- Manchester Art Gallery
- The Quays
Manchester Reference Map
Whether you’re a tourist looking to explore the city’s iconic landmarks or a resident looking to discover new neighborhoods, having a reliable map of Manchester is essential.
This map gives you the complete picture showing key neighborhoods and reference information in the city of Manchester.
Water Features: River Irwell, River Mersey, Audenshaw Reservoirs
Parks: Heaton Park, Drinkwater Park, Philips Park, Clayton Vale, Boggart Hole Clough, Wythenshawe Park, Woodbank Memorial Park, Bruntwood Park
Airports: Manchester Airport
Communities: Rusholme, Bradford, Harpurhey, Openshaw, Cheetham Hill, Crumpsall, Longsight, Withington, Gatley, Stretford, Urmston, Pendlebury, Stockport, Clifton, Chadderton, Dukinfield, Droylsden, Denton