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Welcome to My Space Apartments

Address: Elmira Way, Salford, M5 3DL

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My Space Apartments are set in the heart of Salford Quays, 5 minutes’ walk from BBC Media City and Old Trafford. It offers easy access to tram stops and free Wi-FI. Each bright, modern apartment at My Space has contemporary décor. The living area has a sofa and a flat-screen TV, while kitchen facilities include a washing machine, dishwasher, kettle, oven, hob and a fridge. Bars and restaurants can be found within a 5-minute walk. The Lowry Centre is a 5-minute walk away. Trams to the Arndale Centre, the Printworks and the MEN Arena stop nearby. Manchester Victoria and Piccadilly railway stations are approximately 3 miles away.

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The Lowry - Salford Quays - Exhibition

The Lowry - Salford Quays - Exhibition

Distance 0.54 miles (0.87 km)
A dazzling, award winning building in a stunning waterside location. One of the most exciting art galleries in Britain, explore L S Lowry's life and work in ways that might surprise you and discover something new in our other gallery spaces. One of the world's best venues for live entertainment, with an exceptional international programme of drama, dance, comedy and music. A great place for a superb value meal in our award winning restaurant. The Sunday afternoon rendezvous for great food and great free jazz, the first Sunday of the month in the Circle Bar, with the best of North West's jazz and World music artists. A great place to stimulate the whole family with fun activities and education programmes.

Manchester United Football Club - Football Club

Manchester United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.59 miles (0.94 km)
The most successful club of recent times was formed in a slightly less than glamorous manner - a club called Newton Heath being founded by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company in 1878. In 1902 they went bankrupt and Manchester United were born. United always enjoyed moderate success but in the Fifties and Sixties under Matt Busby they won five titles and a European Cup in an era that was only marred by the Munich Air Disaster which claimed much of the first-team squad. Fast Fact: The first five times United entered the European Cup, they never failed to get to the semi-final stage.

Imperial War Museum North - Manchester - Museum

Imperial War Museum North - Manchester - Museum

Distance 0.65 miles (1.04 km)
Opened on 5 July 2002, the long awaited IWM North is situated on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal on the Trafford wharfside of Salford Quays about 2 miles from city centre Manchester. It is located diametrically opposite the Lowry Centre on the Salford side, to which it is linked by the dramatic Lowry Footbridge across the Ship Canal. The building is an attraction in itself, and is expected to be visited by around 400,000 visitors a year. It is an inspired concept of internationally renowned architect, Daniel Libeskind, who also designed the adjoining Lowry Footbridge. Polish-born in 1946, and with his main office now in Berlin, Libeskind overcame severe budget cuts - from 40 million down to around 28.5 million when the millennium lottery grant failed to materialise, to produce this masterpiece, the first of only 3 buildings by the architect. His other two include the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the Shoah Centre also in Manchester.

Museum of Science and Industry - Manchester - Museum

Museum of Science and Industry - Manchester - Museum

Distance 1.32 miles (2.11 km)
Based in one of the world's oldest railway stations, Liverpool Road Station, Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry contains 15 galleries which not only educate and inform, but also amaze and entertain. Permanent exhibitions include the Air & Space Gallery, which is packed with planes and flying history memorabilia; Out of This World, a space gallery with interactive computer displays and simulations; the Making of Manchester, an exhibition about the city and it's industrial heritage; Underground Manchester, a walk through Manchester's Victorian Sewer system, complete with sounds and smells; Xperiment, a hands-on science centre with amazing special effects; the Gas & Electricity Galleries, which show these two powerful utilities changed people's lives; the Power Hall, which includes various large engines, steam engines among them; as well as many other exhibits.