esea contemporary is located in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Admission is free to all.
esea contemporary is in Manchester’s historic Northern Quarter, a vibrant neighbourhood known for its creative community and independent businesses.
For detailed journey planning please visit the Transport for Greater Manchester website.
The centre is a short distance from both Manchester Victoria and Manchester Piccadilly train stations.
You can also catch the free Metroshuttle city bus no. 2 from Manchester Piccadilly to Shudehill Interchange, our nearest stop.
The nearest Metrolink Tram stops are Shudehill or Exchange Square.
Our nearest stop is Shudehill Interchange, which has local and national bus services.
There is limited pay and display on-street parking on Thomas Street, and there are several dedicated disabled bays available for Blue Badge holders on High Street and two on Salmon Street, both just a few metres from the main entrance.For more information, visit the NCP website.
We want everyone to be able to enjoy the organisation’s work, and we aim to improve access for all visitors. Please get in touch via email@example.com or 0161 832 7271 if you have any access-related questions and the team will be happy to help
The building has two levels including the ground floor, and both are accessible via a lift. All of our spaces have wheelchair and buggy access.
There is an accessible toilet on the basement floor open to the public that can be accessed via a lift. The accessible toilet also includes baby changing facilities.
A portable induction loop is available onsite.
We welcome guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs in the gallery.