The Bulls Head - Manchester

The Bull's Head is located in Manchester City Centre just across the road from Picadilly train station and on the edge of what used to be the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). One of our founding members used to (and still does) frequent The Bull's Head along with biochemistry lecturers and close friends after a long day's gene splicing and DNS gel runs (and lecturers obviously!). It's a delightful public house with a warm traditional feel, a great selection of ales and great food too so we were delighted when they accepted our proposal to have a 360 degree virtual tour produced.

This virtual tour has been produced utilising the newer equipment utilising a Canon DSLR, 18mm lens and each location took 44 shots in order to produce the full 360 degree panoramic shots you see here.

How to navigate the 360 degree virtual tour

Simply click and drag inside the moving image to have a look around. There are buttons along the bottom to zoom in and out and also go full screen (which we urge that you do!) to experience the high resolution of the virtual tour. There are numerous hot spots which allow you to navigate between the various locations throughout, and outside the pub.

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