Sunset & Sunrise Manchester

Sunrise today 09:10

Sunset today 16:50

Date Sunrise Sunset Length of day
Today 09:10 16:50 7.5 hour
Tomorrow 09:12 16:50 7.5 hour
10 December 2019 09:13 16:49 7.5 hour
11 December 2019 09:14 16:49 7.5 hour
12 December 2019 09:15 16:49 7.5 hour
13 December 2019 09:16 16:49 7.5 hour
14 December 2019 09:17 16:49 7.5 hour
15 December 2019 09:18 16:49 7.5 hour
16 December 2019 09:19 16:49 7.5 hour
17 December 2019 09:19 16:49 7 hour
Month Sunrise Sunset Length of day
January 09:24 17:00 7.5 hour
February 08:54 17:50 8.5 hour
March 07:56 18:45 10.5 hour
April 07:42 20:43 13 hour
May 06:34 21:37 15 hour
June 05:46 22:26 16.5 hour
July 05:44 22:41 16.5 hour
August 06:24 22:06 15.5 hour
September 07:17 21:00 13.5 hour
October 08:10 19:47 11.5 hour
November 08:07 17:37 9.5 hour
December 09:01 16:54 7.5 hour

Sunrise Manchester

Today, the sun rises in Manchester at 09:10 local time (time zone Europe/Amsterdam).

Sunset Manchester

Today, the sun sets in Manchester at 16:50 local time (time zone Europe/Amsterdam).

What time does it get dark in Manchester?

Once the sun is set, it doesn't automatically mean it's fully dark outside. There's also something called dusk. Dusk is the period of time in which it's still a little light outside after sunset or before sunrise. When it's dusk outside, the sky is slightly lit up, but the sun is still below the horizon.The length of dusk depends on the season of the year. If you want to enjoy dusk today in Manchester, your best option would be to stick with the time of sunset, because it will be dusk right after sunset.

City location
Manchester
Population
395515
Country
United Kingdom
Province
England
Time zone
Europe/Amsterdam
Local time
08-12-2019 01:46

Photos sunset in Manchester

The sunset usually makes for beautiful pictures, which is why we've selected some amazing photos of the sunset in Manchester.

Sun facts. Did you know?

The sun makes us happy? When you get in contact with the sun, a certain hormone is produced that makes us feel good. Only 20 minutes of sunshine a day on your face or hands is enough to produce this hormone.