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The Shadow and The Real

The Bible and Painting Symposium
Manchester Art Gallery

Saturday 22 September 2007

How to find the Manchester Art Gallery

The Gallery is at the heart of Manchester city.

By Metrolink tram & bus: Nearest bus stops are St. Peter’s Square or Piccadilly Gardens.

By Car: Manchester is ringed by the M60. Follow signs to the city centre. Car parking is available at NCP car parks on Chepstow St., Faulkner St., or Sackville St. All are within 5 minutes of the Gallery. The nearest disabled parking is on Nicholas St. or Princess St., approximately 50 m from the main entrance.

Wheelchair Access: Available via Nicholas St. ramp to the main entrance. You can borrow motorized and manual wheelchairs in the entrance hall. There is a wheelchair lift at the groups’ entrance on Princess St. There are accessible toilets on the ground and first floors, and lifts to all floors.

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Oil painting by Ford Madox Brown.
Ford Madox Brown, Work, detail, 1852–65
Image © Manchester City Art Gallery