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The world's biggest and best football museum is open 7 days a week in Manchester city centre. The museum is free to enter, and tells the story of the beautiful game through the eyes of everyone from the players, the law-makers, and most importantly...more
All reviews fa cup penalty shoot world cup interactive games premier league trophy free entry footy fan couple of hours all ages suggested donation modern building worth a visit few hours on display great place to visit the ground floor interesting exhibits
A great museum to visit. Lots to see throughout the building and it has such a nice feel too!! My son even got photos with the premier league and fa cup trophies 🏆 and a big bonus is it is free to visit!!
We thought we'd take a look as my partner is in to football and I don't mind it myself. Takes you through the history of the game. Quite a bit of focus on the Premier league, but did see some references to my partners club,...More
Fantastic museum, so much history and memoribila that will appeal to old and young alike. You don't have to be a football fan as such, to enjoy this museum. The history of the game, the fans, the cultural impact and the legends of the football...More
While entry is free a donation is very much encouraged at the welcome desk and £6 buys a guide, access to a photo opportunity with trophies and some of the virtual reality experiences.
There was an excellent mix of exhibits, from both international and domestic...More
So much fun! My husband is a football fanatic and although I do love the game, not at his level. This museum was amazing and fun and honestly, I would go back there by myself and really spend even more time looking around and enjoying...More
Went here for a school trip, staff were brilliant and helpful throughout the visit... 3 floors with stairs/lift so suitable for all... I came with a school class of pupils ages 11-12 years old. Think this is a good day out for this age catergory...More
On my numerous visits to Manchester, I have never been to this Museum.
So I had decided to add an extra day whilst down for the Rugby League Final at Old Trafford, so I could explore more of the Museum's of Manchester.
When I discovered...More