Visit: The John Rylands Library, Manchester

  • The John Rylands Library |
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  • Wednesday 6 April 2011 - 10:50 until 13:00

This Gothic Revival building houses many significant books and manuscripts, including illuminated manuscripts and examples of early European printing (the Gutenberg Bible and Canterbury Tales) and a small piece of St John’s Gospel that is probably the earliest surviving fragment of the New Testament in any language. The visit includes a talk on the architecture of the building and on some of the very rare items in the collections.

Venue details

The John Rylands Library 150 Deansgate, MANCHESTER Greater Manchester M3 3EH 0161 306 0555