The full address for our amazing venue for Kin 2015 is:
The Victoria Warehouse,
Manchester is a very easily accessible city whether travelling by air or land. Click here for full details of the different options available to suit you.
How to get there:
Just outside the city centre and directly behind Old Trafford football stadium, the Victoria Warehouse is also very easy to reach. There are lots of options for getting to Kin 2015.
Manchester's Metrolink tram system has been developed to encourage easier and faster travel in the city centre and beyond.
Connecting all major railway stations and tourist attractions, the Metrolink runs every few minutes so you don't need a timetable, you can just turn up and travel anytime from early morning until late in the evening; don't forget to purchase your ticket from the machine at the platform before you board.
Plan your journey using the Metrolink map or download the free Metrolink smartphone app to find your nearest station, plan your journey and access service updates.
Victoria Warehouse is best served by Pomona on MediaCityUk line.
Victoria Warehouse is then about a 5 minute walk from this stop on Pomona Strand. We will provide a shuttle service between 08:00 and 09:15 which will run every 15 minutes. There will be Kin volunteers at Pomona stop between 08:00 and 09:15 to ensure you head off in the right direction.
for further information and a local area map can be found here
and stop access layout here
The venue is located on a number of major bus routes: The following bus routes service the venue within 400m walk from the site: 53, 69, 250, 255 & 256. For more information see www.tfgm.com
or call 0871 200 2233.
It is possible to walk to the venue from Manchester city centre but this may take up to an hour depending on the speed you walk and will involve some time travelling along a very busy dual carriageway. It is perhaps not the best option. However if you love walking Manchester city centre. It is possible to traverse the main central locations within around 20-minutes, end-to-end.
If you are making a weekend of Kin then why not explore the city on foot, using the interactive Manchester Walking Routes Planner. Click here for more details.
If pedal power is your thing that you’re in luck as Manchester is a bike-friendly city with many marked cycle lanes and dedicated routes throughout the city centre and beyond. Visit the Transport for Greater Manchester cycling website for everything you need to know about cycling in Greater Manchester, from maps and route planning to local events and news.
There will be bike racks available to store your bike at the venue and as an added bonus you will get your breakfast on us for being green!
If you are not local but would still like to take advantage of our green offer then you could consider hiring a bike from any of the following places.
Manchester Bike Hire
Brompton Bike dock at Piccadilly Train Station
iCycle at Manchester Metropolitan University
Bicycle Boutique in the city centre south
From the city centre
The venue is a 7 minute drive from the city centre. Head south on London Road / A6 towards Fairfield St B6469 and then take the A57(M) and A56 to Trafford Wharf Rd.
From the M60
Leave the M60 at junction 7&6 and take the A56 exit to Altrincham. Keep left at the fork in the road and, follow signs for A56/Manchester/Stretford. Merge onto Chester Rd/A56. After 2 miles turn left on to Trafford Road / A5063. After 0.1 miles turn left on to Trafford Wharf Road. The car parks will be clearly sign posted.
The car park at Victoria Warehouse – Car Park E3 will be available for parking from 8.00am. The cost for the car park is £5.00 per day.