Enterprise City is located at the heart of Manchester City Centre, neighbouring the district of Spinningfields and bounded by the successful and proven locations of St. John’s Gardens, the Museum of Science and Industry and Castlefield.
Manchester is one of the best-connected cities in the UK with excellent local, regional, national and international transport connections via road, rail and air.
How will you arrive?
There are five railway stations all within easy walking distance of Enterprise City.
Metrolink trams with services throughout Greater Manchester operate in the city centre. The stops closest to Enterprise City are:
For more information please visit Transport for Greater Manchester www.metrolink.co.uk
The Manchester ‘free bus’ service has two city-wide routes serving Enterprise City. All services run every 10-12 minutes, Mon-Sun.
For more information please visit Transport for Greater Manchester www.tfgm.com
Manchester International Airport is only a short distance from Enterprise City and easily accessible by car or train.
Driving: 9.4 miles, 23 mins
Train: 15 to 25 mins
Manchester International Airport to Manchester Piccadilly or Manchester Oxford Road.
Manchester has firmly established itself as the UK’s second city and is the largest and fastest growing regional capital in Europe. The city is globally recognised for its commerce, education, culture and its two footballing global superpowers. No other city in Europe has invested as much in its media and digital scene as Manchester, with £3.5 billion spent creating the second largest hub for creative industries on the continent. Enterprise City is harnessing this movement and will make St. John’s a cluster of thriving activity.
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