Built in the 1890s, the John Rylands Library is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful libraries in the world; both the building and its collections are of outstanding international significance.
This historic library's collection includes the oldest known piece of the New Testament and a 1476 William Caxton edition of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
Studying for hours? Hungry? Get the double cheeseburger for £7. Stomach quencher!
A little gem that is well worth a visit.
The best sausage and bacon sandwiches in Manchester!
Amazing architecture & wonderful old library, I found casually walking around Manchester, it was a great surprise... :)
Go time traveling!
The hours on Foursquare are wrong - see the picture below
Impressive building even on the outside.
A stunning place to visit, especially the top floor reading room
Visit the John Rylands building then afternoon tea at the town hall.
Visit the John Rylands Library, it's breathtakingly beautiful.
I love this place!
This place is awesome!
A very good atmosphere to study , I loved the place.
don't go to the toilet alone, they are severely haunted. creepiest toilets I have seen.
Great cafe,local produce &home-made cakes!
Amazing libary. Got some interesting stuff on Typography and books in the exhibit.