Manchester Craft and Design Centre is a unique organization comprising 16 retail/studio spaces, an excellent cafe and a rolling programme of exhibitions from leading national and international makers.
Located in Manchester city centre's Northern Quarter, Manchester Craft and Design Centre is at the hub of a growing innovative and artistic community. It is one of the few places in the UK open to the public where contemporary goods are both individually produced and sold on the premises.
Formerly the Smithfield Victorian fish market and crowned with a huge glass roof, the Centre now houses two floors of shops ranging from jewellery, ceramics and textiles to furniture and clothing design.
From: M60, Directions: From M60 Manchester Ring Road, follow signs for the city centre. Nearest car park is Church Street NCP, off Shudehill and Thomas Street.
From: Piccadilly or Victoria Station Directions: Tram or 10 mins walk to Market Street, walk along High Street, Passing the Arndale Market, turn right then 1st left onto Oak Street.
|Season (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
* Mon - Sat, 10am - 5.30pm
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