Manchester Museums WIth Free Entry

PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM

As the cradle of the industrial revolution, and the incubator of movements from communism to women’s suffrage, Manchester has a rich history of progressive and radical thinking. The People’s History Museum takes visitors on a march through time, charting the centuries-long struggle for equality and democracy through the largest collection of political material in Britain.

OPENING HOURS OF PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM

Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. Entry to museum is free. Donations welcome.

ADRESS AND TELEPHONE OF PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM

Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER
0161 838 9190

MANCHESTER PEOPLE HISTORY MUSEUM

MANCHESTER PEOPLE HISTORY MUSEUM

MANCHESTER PEOPLE HISTORY MUSEUM

MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

Based on the site of the oldest surviving passenger railway station, the Museum of Science and Industry is perfectly placed to tell the story of the discoveries and innovations that began in Manchester and went on to change the world. The collection includes the models used by John Dalton to demonstrate his atomic theory, laying the foundations of modern chemistry; parts from the world’s first commercially available computer, the Ferranti Mark 1 and one of the world’s largest collections of working steam mill engines.

OPENING HOURS OF MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. Entry to museum is free. Donations welcome.

ADRESS AND TELEPHONE OF MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP
0161 832 2244

MANCHESTER MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

MANCHESTER MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM

Discover the history of the beautiful game at the biggest football museum in the world, right here in Manchester. Housed inside the striking former Urbis building in Cathedral Gardens, the popular visitor attraction tells the story of how football became the people’s game, with exhibits including the first-ever rule book from 1863 and LS Lowry’s painting Going To The Match.

OPENING HOURS OF NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM

Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. Entry to museum is free. Donations welcome.

ADRESS AND TELEPHONE OF NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM

Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Todd St, Manchester M4 3BG
0161 605 8200

MANCHESTER NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM

MANCHESTER NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE MUSEUM

Housed inside what was once a busy Victorian police station, this museum offers a fascinating glimpse at Manchester’s criminal past. Visitors can step inside the old cells, stand in the dock in the genuine 1895 Magistrates’ Court and admire police vehicles and uniforms past and present.

OPENING HOURS OF MANCHESTER POLICE MUSEUM

Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. Entry to museum is free. Donations welcome.

ADRESS AND TELEPHONE OF MANCHESTER POLICE MUSEUM

57A Newton St, Manchester M1 1ET
0161 856 4500

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE MUSEUM

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE MUSEUM

MANCHESTER MUSEUM

Take a walk through the history of the world and its inhabitants, from prehistoric times right up to the present day, at this fascinating Oxford Road museum.
By far the most famous resident of Manchester Museum is Stan the T Rex, the skeleton cast of a fearsome dinosaur thought to be around 65-70 million years old.
Visitors can hang out with him and his pal Percy the Plesiosaur in the Fossils gallery, meet Maude the Tigon from Belle Vue Zoo and discover artefacts from Ancient Egypt and other ancient civilisations.

OPENING HOURS OF MANCHESTER MUSEUM

Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. Entry to museum is free. Donations welcome.

ADRESS AND TELEPHONE OF MANCHESTER MUSEUM

The University Of Manchester, Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL
0161 275 2648

MANCHESTER MUSEUM

MANCHESTER MUSEUM

 

 

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