For 2014 the Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair returned to The People’s History Museum.
The Museum is on the left bank of the River Irwell, in Manchester city centre.
Directions below (Information from the The People’s History Museum website).
- Rail station – Salford Central (2 mins walk)
- Metrolink station – St Peter’s Square (10 mins walk)
- Bus stop (1, 8, 12, 26, 27, 31, 32, 36, 37, 71, 73, X34) – Bridge Street (2 mins walk)
- Metroshuttle stop – Bridge Street (no 1) and Gartside Street (no 3) (2 mins walk)
- Car park – Bridge Street/King Street West/New Bailey Street/New Quay Street (2-5 mins walk)
- Parking for disabled drivers in car parks – Blue Badge holders can park free of charge in all NCP Manchester pay and display surface car parks when a valid Blue Badge is displayed in the vehicle
- On-street parking for disabled drivers – St Mary’s Street, off Deansgate, side of Kendals (5 bays)
- Coaches – Drop off only outside the museum, opposite the main entrance on Left Bank
Safer Spaces Policy
The Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair is an event that is open to the general public. We do, however, aim to make it as inclusive space as possible. As a result any attendees who intimidate, harass or use discriminatory language or behaviour towards others while at the event will be asked to leave.
The People’s History Museum is fully accessible wherever possible.
Ramps to the main entrance
Main entrance has automatic opening option
Lift access to all floors
Accessible toilets located throughout the building
Infrared hearing loop facilities available throughout the building (Reception, Engine Hall, Coal Store, Meeting Room, Mini-theatre in the first floor Main Gallery, Archive Reading Room and Left Bank cafe bar). Thank you to Manchester City Council Disabled Access Grant Scheme.
Guide dogs are welcome. Please DO NOT bring other dogs into the venue
Audio guides are available to hire from the museum’s reception