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.
Terrific building! Represent human knowledge. Café and shop. City centre. It's accessible by all forms of public transport. Awesome!!!
Parece a biblioteca do Harry Potter... Adorei.
The Neo-Gothic Victorian library is not only an impressive piece of architecture itself, the large collection of William Caxton's books known as the first books printed in England can't be missed too
make sure you go to the toilets in the basement :)
Incredible Architecture, nice staff. Take your time and have an eye for all the fantastic details!
Потрясающее место. Старый читальный зал - обязательное место для посещения
I don't know how i've missed this place for so long. Is so great and well deserve your visit at least one time.
Architecture, historic, interesting, museum
Stunning. My favourite place 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.
Studying for hours? Hungry? Get the double cheeseburger for £7. Stomach quencher!
A little gem that is well worth a visit.
I love this place!
This place is awesome!
A very good atmosphere to study , I loved the place.
The best sausage and bacon sandwiches in Manchester!
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.
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.