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The world's biggest and best football museum is open seven days a week in Manchester city centre. Here, you will discover how football became the game of our lives, following the stories through fascinating objects and exhibitions. Unearth the...more
All reviews fa cup penalty shoot world cup interactive games premier league trophy beautiful game free entry couple of hours suggested donation all ages modern building worth a visit few hours on display great place to visit the ground floor interesting exhibits
What a great place to spend a few hours - there is so much history and memorabilia in this place - lots of interactive games for all the family to get involved with.
The building itself is amazing - such an unusual design - will...More
Surprisingly Excellent museum. Very friendly staff throughout, particularly the brunette Liverpool fan working the entrance photos who went out of her way to convince kids to have their photo taken.
All the interactive games are very good. Worth the entrance fee.
Beautiful building. Staff were Great, from the young lads at the ticketing to the gent who took photos of ME with the trophies. Good for a learning experience or just to kill a couple of hours surrounded by memorabilia and that. Enjoyed the Liverpool stuff....More
Took our son on the day it reopened after a revamp. First visit so can’t compare to prerevamp. £25 for the family of 4, spent about 2hrs there. Could easily spend 4hrs there. Clearly focussed around English football history but plenty of world football stuff...More
Very, very good museum. Covers history of the game, competitions, clubs, players, stadia... Told in an interesting way with lots of interactive exhibits. You can even test out your football skills if you’re keen!
I thought the exhibit “Thirty years through the lens of renowned...More
Had a great time here, got photos done with some trophies and the staff were very friendly and knowledgeable about the exhibits. Smashed in 3 class penalties during the shootout game too which was fun. Lots to see amd interact with, really would reccommend if...More
We popped in here on a rainy day to see what it was like and it was actually better than we had thought. It's free entry but there are activities that have additional costs so be weary of this if you go with children. The...More
Went here in school holidays. Well worth a visit for any football enthusiast. Memorabilia from all over the world. Enough to interest anyone aged from around 5yrs and above. Including interactive experience.
Never having been a football fan when my partner suggested a visit to the national football museum on a Sunday morning in Manchester, I was at best hesitant. However the experience was engaging, pairing the professional game memorabilia with the passion of the fan. The...More