This place is a dream for youngsters or families who is passionate about football. They have special displays as well.
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There are many fascinating items from all over the world to view. There's everything from shirts, balls, medals to magazines, trading cards and match tickets. The collection is outstanding.
The museum itself is poorly designed. You take stairs up to each floor and if it is very busy, like on a match day, it can be difficult to move around and read about the exhibits. This is even more difficult when people are filming their entire tour and not actually taking anything in! We were a bit fed up by the time we'd done the second floor and left without seeing the whole museum
I would give it another go, on a non-match day, when I'm sure it's less busy, and there's more time and space to explore.
Stumbled on this during a recent visit to Manchester.. Admission is free but you can make a donation towards the running of the exhibition..You can have your photo taken with the League Cup and the Fa cup you can browse all the exhibits and discover little nuggets of football trivia and you can see the Micheal Jackson statue that was formly outside Craven Cottage.
Hi Joe, thanks for the great review! Glad you enjoyed your visit - the Michael Jackson statue is definitely something special!
It was fun. It's free and if u want to take some pictures with the FA Cup & The League you can donate 6£ per person. Also with the donation you can take 3 penalties.
I'm really not a football fan but I still really liked it! Very diverse and a lot of fun and interesting things to see.
Best thing, it's free.
Hi Lucy, thanks for your review! Glad you had a good time :)