Many Gro patients travel into Manchester from other regions of the UK or Europe, to have their hair transplant in Manchester. On this page you will find important information to make booking your trip easier and a more enjoyable stay in Parsonage, Manchester, United Kingdom.
|Blackfriars House St Marys, 3Rd Floor Suite 3C, Parsonage, Manchester M3 2JA, United Kingdom|
|Hours of operation:
Monday: 9AM – 5PM
Tuesday: 9AM – 5PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 5PM
Thursday: 9AM – 7PM
Friday: 9AM – 4PM
Saturday: 9AM – 4PM
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Manchester is England’s 5th biggest city and there are many accommodation options for any budget from Air BNB places to hotels, motels and apartments. Our Manchester clinic is in Parsonage, Manchester, England. Make arrangements to stay in or near the Manchester clinic for convenience and to avoid stress on the day of your UK hair transplant surgery. When choosing accommodation in Manchester it is important that you take into consideration peak traffic times to ensure you will not be late on the day.
Expect to pay between £50-£150 per night for accommodation. The price of accommodation in Manchester will fluctuate at different times of the year and around important events, with tourist numbers increasing closer to Christmas.
A lot of Manchester revolves around the love of football. With two very prominent football clubs in Manchester United and Mancheseter City, a game at Old Tafford is always a highlight. Other big draw cards for Greater Manchester, England is the Victorian architecture, museums and indie music. Below are the top 5 things we suggest you see if you have arrived in Mancheseter with some time to spare before your hair transplant.
Old Trafford is a soccer stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. It is the home ground for Manchester United football club. It seats over 70,000 people and it is the biggest football club in England, United Kingdom and in the top 20 largest football clubs in Europe. Famously nicknamed “The Theatre of Dreams” by Bobby Charlton, it has been Manchester United’s home ground since 1910.
Carrying on our focus on football in Manchester with the National Football Museum. It is England’s national museum of football based in the Urbis building in Manchester city centre. Created to keep and display the most important items of football memorabilia. This football museum was originally based in Deepdale, Preston, Lancashire, but moved to Manchester in 2012.
For the art enthusiasts, you can’t go past the Manchester Art Gallery. It is a public art museum located on Mosley Street in the Manchester city centre. Built in 1823 on behalf of the learned society, today it’s collections occupy three different but connected buildings. The art galleries are an excellent choice in summer for anyone wanting a quiet walk out of the sun. As you know you will need to stay out of the sun in the days before and after your hair transplant.
The Manchester Museum is owned by the University of Manchester, in England. With around half a million visitors each your to visit the museum’s displays covering pieces of archaeology, anthropology and natural history. Located on Oxford Road at the heart of the university’s group of neo-Gothic buildings, it provides access to about 5 million pieces from each continent. Being the United Kingdom’s largest university museum means it doubles as a major tourist attraction and as a resource for academic research and teaching.