The jagged shape of the Air Shard stands out of the Manchester skyline.
Dare you climb the AirShard? The jagged shape of the IWM North viewing platform is one of the most iconic features of the Manchester skyline; this is your chance to scale the inside.
Climb the 180 steps or take the lift that rises at an angle. Stand almost 100 feet in the air, looking down through the mesh gangway under your feet, to the anti-aircraft searchlight pointing up at you from the ground below.
For those brave enough to make the journey, sneak a peek into the construction site of the new Coronation Street and experience spectacular views of MediaCity:UK, The Quays and Manchester.
A small charge of £1.20 applies.
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From our Collections
Christmas with the British Liberation Army in Holland, 16 November 1944
With Moderation Towards Ourselves
Princess Mary's Gift Fund 1914, Class A non-smokers (writing stationery)
Post Much Earlier this Christmas
Christmas Party for Trooper Devereux's Daughter: Christmas in Wartime, Pinner, Middlesex, December 1944
Parcel cover, Scarborough Christmas Parcel Fund
British Forces in Bosnia 1994: Operation Grapple
Tin, South African Gifts And Comforts Committee
Percy Vere - Number 18 (recto) Wishing You a Happy Christmas and an Accident Free New Year (verso)