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Getting to UKRC Manchester


Manchester Central is in the heart of Manchester city centre in the North West of England. Located in the centre of the UK, the city is served by strong road, rail and air links, making it an easily accessible location for visitors from all over the world.
Please see advise about how to get to the MCCC below.

Manchester Central Convention Complex, Windmill Street, Petersfield, Manchester, M2 3GX

By rail:
Manchester has direct rail connections to all major UK cities – London is just over two hours away by train. Services come into the city at either Piccadilly or  Victoria station, both of which connect to Manchester’s Metrolink light-rail system which provides easy access to all parts of the city centre.
By road:
Manchester is at the heart of the Northwest’s motorway network with easy access from all directions onto the M60, the city’s orbital motorway. Once on the M60 exit at Junction 12 and join the M602 signposted towards the city centre. Follow the A57 straight on from the end of the M602 passing under a railway bridge before taking the left hand exit to merge onto the A56 Bridgewater Way. Turn right onto Whitworth Street West at Deansgate station and then turn left onto Albion Street. The entrance to the Manchester Central Car Park is through the next set of traffic  lights on the left, opposite The Bridgewater Hall.
Park and Ride:
Parking is free at local rail stations and Metrolink tram stops in Greater Manchester so the only cost is the fare.

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