Found something interesting to go see, The JohJohn Rylands Library, which is perhaps one of the most well-known Manchester’s libraries. Opened in the early 1900s, the libraries exterior features beautiful gothic-style architecture which is popular amongst the university buildings in the area. If you like this type of architecture, this library is well for a visit for the architecture alone. Inside you will see gorgeous vaulted ceilings with soft illumination and ornate archways. It was a great way to spend the day for a few hours. What is great about it is that there is no entry fee. The staff there are very friendly and helpful. The little shop had some interesting off the cuff stuff that you wouldn't normally find elsewhere.