The Corn Exchange Manchester
The historic Corn Exchange Manchester was built in 1837 and stands in what isknown as the Medieval Quarter–one of the oldest areas of Manchester City centre.Originally the Corn & Produce Exchange, the building was used as a gathering spot for thousands of traders throughout the region. Used briefly as the Royal ExchangeTheatre Company from 1976, it also served as a filming location for Granada Television’s Brideshead Revisited.
In the early 90s, The Corn Exchange was home to a large market and second-hand record shop making it a popular destination for alternative communities in the area. It was heavily damaged by the 1996 IRA bomb in Manchester City centre but was renovated and restored in all its Edwardian glory, reopening as The Triangle until 2012.
Nowadays, The Corn Exchange Manchester is a beautiful dining destination, in the heart of the city, with cuisines to suit everybody. Housing brands such as Mowgli, local franchise Tampopo and family-run Salvi’s. As well as activities such as Escape Hunt and, Sixes Social Cricket. It is also home to Roomzzz Aparthotel that has converted the upper floors of the building into 114 rooms.