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Trains from Wolverhampton to Manchester

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Travelling through woodlands, over hills and past fields, the train journey from Wolverhampton to Manchester is a picturesque one. The ride takes just over an hour and lands you directly at the fourth busiest train station in the UK.

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Travelling to Manchester

  • First CrossCountry train - 06:15
  • Last CrossCountry train - 22:48

Travelling from Wolverhampton to Manchester

Manchester is a thriving city set in the North West of England, boasting both the culture of a big city and proximity to the Lake District’s serene countryside. The city is home to a mix of modern buildings and historic architecture and celebrates its heritage with a variety of museums, galleries and art centres. But what makes Manchester so great is how fun it is; dine, drink and dance your way through the city, just like the Mancunians love to do.

Once you have arrived in Manchester

Onward travel: Buses, Trams & Taxis

Manchester Piccadilly provides great options for onwards travel from the station. From both the main station entrance and Fairfield Street, you can catch regular buses, the tram, and a free shuttle service to the core business districts and shopping centres. If you prefer a more direct route, a taxi rank is also located outside the Fairfield Street entrance.

Shopping in Manchester

Manchester has great shopping facilities to suit any budget. High street favourites can be found at the Arndale, while the Northern Quarter offers independent stalls and boutiques for something a little different. Want designer brands? Head to Kings Street, Exchange Square or New Cathedral Street where Selfridges and Harvey Nichols offer a huge range of high-end products.

Culture in Manchester

Culture vultures will be impressed with a tour of Manchester, with its industrial roots, impressive music scene and two famous football grounds. Discover contemporary art, theatre and film at the HOME arts centre or attend a concert at the Manchester Opera House or Albert Hall. The city is also the host of a variety of world-class events and festivals, such as the Manchester International Festival and its famous Christmas Markets.

Spending time in Manchester?

However long you plan to spend Manchester, there is plenty to see and do. We recommend you check out our Guide to Manchester to plan your perfect trip.

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