Museums in Manchester & Trafford

 
The National Football Museum Urbis Building City Centre
Why does The Museum exist? The National Football Museum exists to explain how and why football has become ‘the people's game', a key part of England's heritage and way of life. It...
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Manchester Museum The University of Manchester City Centre
The Happy Museum The world as we know it is changing, due to issues around the environment, sustainability and the economy. The Manchester Museum is one of six museums to be commi...
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Manchester Art Gallery Manchester Art Gallery City Centre
disabled access There are lots of ways for you to enjoy and experience the gallery and our collections. You can take as much or as little information as you want, from floor plans and audio guide...
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Old Trafford- Theatre Of Dreams Tour Manchester United Football Club Old Trafford
disabled access STADIUM TOUR STEP INSIDE THE LEGEND Go behind the scenes at Old Trafford and see the stadium through the eyes of Manchester United greats themselves. From the dizzy heights of...
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Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester City Centre
disabled access With permanent galleries spread across five listed historic buildings and collections ranging from early textile machinery to modern X-ray equipment, there's a lot to learn about...
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Greater Manchester Police Museum Altrincham
disabled access The Museum was founded in 1981. Funded by Greater Manchester Police, it not only collects and preserves archive material and objects relating to the history of policing in the...
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Manchester City Football Club tour Etihad Stadium, City Centre
disabled access One of our professional guides will take you on an unforgettable and all-encompassing 90-minute tour of our club and Etihad Stadium, which captures the very essence of Manchester...
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Manchester Climbing Centre St. Benedict's Church Altrincham
Established by professional climber John Dunne in 2005, Manchester Climbing Centre is part of the Climbing Centre Group of centres which also includes the Harrogate and Reading...
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IWM North IWM North Trafford Park
disabled access A great FREE day out for all the family, IWM North brings to life stories of how war has shaped lives over the past century. A varied programme of events, family friendly activiti...
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National Football Musuem Cathedral Gardens City Centre
We're a great place for you and your family; have some fun; kick a ball; share some memories and of course discover more about your favourite game. We've designed our museum to...
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Manchester United Museum Old Trafford Football Ground Old Trafford
Manchester United is opening the doors to its award-winning museum free of charge to everyone throughout March 2014. There will be no admission charge to enter the Museum – named...
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Eureka! The National Children's Museum Eureka! The National Children's Museum Further Afield
disabled access Eureka! is the leading children's museum in the UK and gives children aged 0-11 a fun-packed day out. Young explorers don hard hats and head into Boulder Mountain transporting...
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Manchester Jewish Museum Cheetham Hill
Manchester Jewish Museum is a museum about the lives of Jewish people in Manchester next to the Manchester Fort Shopping centre in Manchester. Located in a Grade II listed former...
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