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The Irish World Heritage Centre (IWHC) is a modern and accessible conference and events venue based in Manchester.
It is a major hub for the Irish community in the northwest of England, with a diverse programme of traditional cultural activities. These include Irish music, dance and Irish language groups.
The Irish World Heritage Centre showcases a unique bar, ‘The Wild Geese Bar’ which has panoramic views of Manchester city centre. The bar opens out onto a large garden, which is enclosed by an Iron-Age Celtic fort style wall.
Our centre is home to a shop selling your favourite Irish food brands and weekly newspapers. It also has a popular cafe serving light bites and a delicious Irish Sunday Dinners.
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Family Friendly and Accessible Venue
Did you know the IWHC is a fully accessible venue? There are no stairs to get into the building, or to enjoy our landscaped outdoor area.
Wheelchairs and pushchairs are fully accommodated in both our cafe and bar area. If you’re looking to host an event here, you can rest assured that all guests will be able to access the function room, thanks to our lift.
We have a disabled toilet downstairs, with plenty of space for a wheelchair inside the room. Our chef is able to accommodate for dietary requirements when you’re booking a function as well.
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