National Football Museum manchester

National Football Museum located at Urbis Building Cathedral Gardens, Todd St, Manchester M4 3BG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0161 605 8200

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Nileska Romero

5 Google Rating

Very nice museum. It has a lot of things to do. Very interactive. I had so much fun! And very good p

5/ 5

Very nice museum. It has a lot of things to do. Very interactive. I had so much fun! And very good price! Only 10 pounds and you can use the same ticket within 12 months and not pay again! Amazing and cheerful staff. Loved this place!

L D MILLS

4 Google Rating

Great place for families with kids who love football. A good mixture of old school museum with exhib

4/ 5

Great place for families with kids who love football. A good mixture of old school museum with exhibitions and fun booths with kids needing to hit targets, jumping and scoring. Also a good interactive match of the day pundit video experience. A good few hours spent here and well located in the city centre.

Charlotte Hickman

4 Google Rating

Great museum in Manchester which has popped up since I was last home. It's full of memorabilia and t

4/ 5

Great museum in Manchester which has popped up since I was last home. It's full of memorabilia and the history of how football came to be the sport we know it today. There's lots of fun interactive things to do as well to test your skills and an interesting art gallery too. The only negatives are that it's pretty warm inside and especially when you're in some of the small rooms with the interactive games. It seems like a museum which is just getting started and in a few years time it will be even better!

Miss J

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place for football fans, and even for me who's not overly bothered by football either way.

5/ 5

Fantastic place for football fans, and even for me who's not overly bothered by football either way. Really nice and clean and there was lots to do. We put two hours on the car and didn't have enough time to get around it all. I imagine it might get quite busy on a weekend, we went in the school holiday, but I think the kids in Manchester were at school, us being from Huddersfield. I think waiting for activities might have had a longer wait on a weekend or local school holidays. We barely had to wait at all. I'm a carer for my disabled child and could get in free as a carer. It doesn't say this anywhere on the website so I asked, as Carers or a disabled person get in for free at most places. I'm glad I did ask, so maybe this will help someone who was wondering. Also pay once you can return for free as many times in a year with the same ticket, so not really expensive when you do that. Overall I would recommend Manchester football museum, certainly worth the money, if you can go at a quiet time.

reg young

5 Google Rating

Totally enjoyed wandering around the various levels with my wife. A lot of interesting information &

5/ 5

Totally enjoyed wandering around the various levels with my wife. A lot of interesting information & memorabilia on a good selection of famous football clubs. Ate at the cafe downstairs, I had a Nicky butty & my wife had a Strawberry shake. Both were very tasty. Staff were very fast & friendly. Recommend to all footy fans.

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