Maps and travel
The School of Arts, Histories and Cultures is situated across three sites on the South campus: the Samuel Alexander Building, the Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama, and the Mansfield Cooper Building, and is easily accessible from the city centre.
Explore The University of Manchester campus using Google Earth!
Google Earth is a free piece of software designed to help view a photo-map of the world. This map has been enhanced with placemarks, showing all of the University of Manchester's Campus Map and Accommodation Map, as well as many other places of interest around the city.
- Download the Map (KMZ Format, 469KB - You'll need to download and install the Google Earth application below to open and use this map)
- Download the Map Guide (PDF, 42KB)
- Download the Google Earth Application (This link will open a new browser window)
Travel Details and Directions
Samuel Alexander Building is building number 67 on the campus map. The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is building number 42 on the campus map. Mansfield Cooper Building is building number 65 on the campus map.
Visit the maps and travel section on the main University website for full travel details including:
- Interactive campus map
- Directions by car, train, air, bus and coach
- Travel around campus
- The visitors centre
See: University Maps and travel section