Manchester’s Top 9 Spots For A Good Read


Want to shut out the city and curl up with a book? Here’s the best spots in Manchester for bibliophiles…

Source: Manchester’s Top 9 Spots For A Good Read

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As a big book lover, this list is amazing and I am definitely going to be visiting some if not all of these. Top of the list has got to be Chetham’s Library – I didn’t know it was open for public use – and next has got to be the reading room at John Ryland’s Library. How can you not be inspired by these places?!

 

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