27 April to 21 July 2013
- Binoculars and telescopes for hire
- Staff on hand to help
- Refreshments available
- Accessible site
- Accessible toilets
We like to be the talk of the town.
We'll be the ones enjoying the freedom of the air high above the crowds, swooping among the windy corners of tall buildings and raising our chicks on lofty ledges.
You might not think we'd like city life, but Manchester is a great place for us peregrines.
Of course, as natural show-offs we like keeping a high profile.
Pop along to the free viewing point to find out how we got to the top of the property ladder in this thriving northern city.
When can you see us?
You could look up and see us every day of the year in Manchester City Centre. During our breeding season, our friends from the RSPB are here at Exchange Square every weekend, from 11am to 6pm, and across the city during the week showing us off to people.
So look out for the RSPB green marquee in places like Albert Square, Piccadilly Gardens and Oxford Road.
What's at the site?
Pubs, cafes and restaurants can be found throughout the City Centre. Toilets are located in nearby shops, pubs and catering establishments.
How to find us
Exchange Square is in the heart of Manchester City Centre, between Corporation Street and Victoria Street, just to the North of the Arndale Centre.
The Square is within easy walking distance of both Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria train stations.
Still got some questions?
Telephone: RSPB regional office on 0300 7772 676