Manchester Pub Crawl

Manchester is the UK's second-largest agglomeration and is renowned for its two football giants, Manchester United and Manchester City.

Whether you're a resident or a visitor to the city, you'll likely find yourself in need of a good drink. Thankfully, Manchester boasts a great amount of excellent bars to quench your thirst.

Allow us to be your guide as we explore the city and its many pubs!

We hope that you enjoy the pub crawl and let us know what you think via our social media channels.

The pubs


Peveril Of The Peak

Despite its odd looking exterior, this pub's distinct appearance adds to its charm. Standing alone in the heart of the city, it's difficult to miss its eye-catching bright green and yellow hues. In fact, it's one of the rarest pubs you'll come across, making it all the more special to visit.

Circus Tavern

If you think you've experienced small bars before, prepare to have your definition of "small" redefined at the Circus Tavern. This pub is widely recognized as the smallest bar in all of Europe, and it's truly a unique experience to visit.

Mulligans of Manchester

Mulligans is not only known for its unique bouncer, who warmly greets visitors with a smile showcasing his three teeth, but also for its tastefully decorated interior with multiple seating areas. You'll likely have the pleasure of enjoying live music on most nights, making for a lively and entertaining atmosphere.

The Old Wellington Inn

At first glance, this pub appears to be a tavern straight out of the Middle Ages, with a spacious interior with plenty of seating inside. During the summer months, this pub is an excellent destination, thanks to its fantastic terrace, where visitors can bask in the sun while enjoying a refreshing drink.

Castle Hotel

Castle Hotel boasts a distinctive bar with bright and vibrant colours, setting it apart from the typical brown wooden bars found in most bars. This pub also frequently hosts live music events on certain nights, offering patrons a fun and engaging experience.

The Marble Arch Inn

The Marble Arch Inn is a historic pub. Built in the 1880s, this establishment features a striking Victorian exterior, complete with a cosy fireplace, dark wood furnishings, and stained-glass windows. One of the pub's main attractions is its selection of award-winning ales and ciders, brewed on-site at the Marble Brewery. Visitors can enjoy a pint of one of the brewery's signature beers, like the Manchester Bitter or the Ginger Marble.