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Visit Us

If you have never been to Luther King House, the best way to get to know us is to visit! You will always be welcome – though if you want the opportunity to look around our site and to discuss the possibilities for study here, it is helpful to book an appointment with our Registrar. You can contact us in any of the following ways, either to arrange a time to come or to ask any questions you may have:


Telephone: 0161 249 2504

Postal address:

Luther King House

Brighton Grove


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Find Us

Our Location
Luther King House is situated on Brighton Grove, approximately 2 miles from Manchester City Centre. We are within our own gardens, and our site includes a private quad-garden, suitable for lunches, classes, or quiet contemplation. Transport links to the college are frequent, with the main bus route to and from Manchester situated 2 minutes walk from us, to Wilmslow Road. Our main train stations are Manchester Oxford Road and Manchester Piccadilly (both approximately 15-20 minutes away by bus) and shopping in Fallowfield is also only a short journey.

Luther King House
Brighton Grove
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T: 0161 254 2504

By Road
Luther King House is a 20 minute car journey from Junction 3 of the M602 (directly leading from the end of the M62) and all roads are well signposted. From the M602, follow the A57 and Mancunian Way for 2.2miles, and join the A5067 (Cambridge Street). At the end of Cambridge Street, turn left onto Booth Street until you reach the traffic lights at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM). Turn right at the traffic lights and continue along Oxford Road/Wilmslow Road (B5117) for 1.5 miles. Nearing the end of your journey you will pass through Rusholme/The Curry Mile and also a large white pub on your left called ‘Hardy’s Well’. On your right, you will then see Platt Fields Park; on your left you will see the large white building of Abbey Solicitors. Turn right after the solicitors and the drive/entrance to Luther King House is 120 yards on your left.

By Bus
From Piccadilly Station: On the main concourse of the station, turn right at the exit onto London Road and continue walking along the street for 5-10 minutes until you reach Portland Street. Here you will have reached Piccadilly Gardens within the City Centre and you will find the main bus and tram links on your left. From Piccadilly Gardens, you will need to catch any bus route with the numbers 40 or 140 (eg. 41, 42, 43, 141, 142, 42X). Once on the bus you will need to alight opposite ‘Platt Fields’ (driver destination). The journey takes approximately 20 minutes, but can take up to 30 minutes in heavier traffic. Nearing the end of your bus journey you will pass through Rusholme/The Curry Mile and also a large white pub on your left called ‘Hardy’s Well’. At the pub, you will need to alight at the next stop. At the bus stop, walk along Wilmslow Road you will see a large white building with a sign for ‘Abbey Solicitors’. After the solicitors, turn next left onto Brighton Grove. The drive/entrance to Luther King House is 120 yards along Brighton Grove on your left.

From Manchester Oxford Road: Walk down from the main exit of the station and cross over to the bus stops outside the Manchester Palace Hotel. From here, you will need to catch one of the buses listed above. Once on the bus, follow the same directions as above.

By Train
The nearest rail stations are Manchester Oxford Road and Manchester Piccadilly. Both stations have excellent national links, and Manchester Piccadilly also has links with the city-wide tram service. From the train stations, you can follow the directions above to continue your journey on public transport. Taxis are available from both stations, with taxi ranks situated directly outside the main station concourse.

If you are looking for accommodation while at Luther King House, please contact our House & Conference centre on 0161 224 6404 or via e-mail at

For a downloadable and/or printable version of this document, please click here for our ‘How to Find Us‘ Word document.