|Address||Phoenix Way, Barton Dock Road, Manchester, M41 7TB|
|Location||Trafford Park, Greater Manchester|
|Coordinates||53°27′56″N 2°20′20″W / 53.46551°N 2.33895°WCoordinates: 53°27′56″N 2°20′20″W / 53.46551°N 2.33895°W|
|Built||1995 (as factory)|
|Museum of Museums|
|• Total space||28,000 m²|
EventCity is an exhibition centre on Barton Dock Road close to the Trafford Centre in Greater Manchester, England. It opened in 2011 and is the 2nd largest exhibition space in the United Kingdom outside London, with over 28,000 square metres (300,000 sq ft) of space in four halls.
EventCity lies on the edge of the Trafford Park industrial area, adjacent to the retail/leisure Barton Square development and close to the Trafford Centre. It is close to Junction 9 of the M60 motorway. The proposed EventCity Metrolink station, if built, will be close to EventCity.
The building was built in 1995 as a factory for Manchester Tobacco. Peel Group subsequently acquired the building from them and leased it to Argos who used the building as a warehouse. Once the lease expired, the building became the Museum of Museums from October 2010 to January 2011, when it was converted to its current use.
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