Manchester Town Hall

By bus
There are bus stops in St Peter’s Square, Albert Square and on Princess Street. For more details about buses to the Town Hall please contact the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive on 0161 228 7811.

By train or Metrolink

If you are travelling to Manchester by train you can get a Metrolink tram from Piccadilly, Victoria and Deansgate train stations to St Peter’s Square, which is the nearest Metrolink station to the Town Hall complex.

By car

Please note: If you are using a Sat. Nav. system the geographic post code for the town hall is M2 5DB.

Parking is often difficult around the Town Hall complex. You may be able to find a space in one of the pay and display parking bays. There are a small number of spaces reserved for disabled drivers at the front of Central Library in St Peter’s Square. You must have a disabled parking permit to use one of these spaces. In addition, there is limited space on Lloyd Street directly outside the Town Hall for disabled drivers and contractors – please contact 0161 234 1671 for more information.

There are a number of car parks in Manchester city centre operated by NCP. Contact them on 0870 606 7050 or visit their website to find out where they are and current charges.

How to get into the Town Hall
There are four entrances. The main entrance to the Town Hall building is in Albert Square, the second entrance on Lloyd Street. The extension also has two entrances, one on Lloyd street and one in St Peter’s Square. There is a reception point at each of the four entrances.

Both the entrances to the Town Hall building have steps, however, there is a ramp next to the Lloyd Street entrance. The two entrances to the Town Hall extension are at street level with no steps.