People’s History Museum located at New Ct St, Manchester M3 3ER, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0161 838 9190

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People’s History Museum manchester
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People’s History Museum manchester
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People’s History Museum manchester
People’s History Museum manchester
People’s History Museum manchester
People’s History Museum manchester
People’s History Museum manchester
People’s History Museum manchester

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Richard Hewitt

4 Google Rating

Visiting the museum was an eye-opening and enjoyable experience. The executioner's axe was a gruesom

4/ 5

Visiting the museum was an eye-opening and enjoyable experience. The executioner's axe was a gruesome exhibit. I enjoyed the film of the FA Cup final in the 1920 's, with the police horses coming onto the pitch to control the massive crowd. One's cafe experience at lunch was very satisfactory. Thank you to all the people involved with The People's History Museum.

Niall Gavigan

2 Google Rating

You can probably get an idea of what a museum is like when they're begging for money as soon as you

2/ 5

You can probably get an idea of what a museum is like when they're begging for money as soon as you walk in the door. I'll give a donation if your museum is any good. They have chosen to define some -isms but not others which is a little odd. All in all, it will pass half an hour while you stand in out I'd the rain. Avoid the gift shop at all costs.

Howard N Hughes

5 Google Rating

I had a couple of hours to kill before the start of the Manchester International Festival at Cathedr

5/ 5

I had a couple of hours to kill before the start of the Manchester International Festival at Cathedral gardens. I was suitable impressed by the People's History Museum. Loads to see about the struggles and protests that gave us the rights and freedoms we have today. Nice coffee and cake too...

ilker kabaksiz

5 Google Rating

Very interesting museum. If you have a bit interest on the political history of britain it would be

5/ 5

Very interesting museum. If you have a bit interest on the political history of britain it would be a good stop for you. Place has a cafe and facilities for children as well. Parking is so very limited just make your own arrangements.

Dylan Allman

4 Google Rating

Very interesting museum. with great exhibits and lots of interactive areas. Just work on the cafe pl

4/ 5

Very interesting museum. with great exhibits and lots of interactive areas. Just work on the cafe please, as it is a little pricy and only seems to have one flavour/filling of the items on sale (e.g sandwich!)

emily dowell-mcgrillan

4 Google Rating

A really interesting and insightful museum to visit and being a free museum was a bonus. I look that

4/ 5

A really interesting and insightful museum to visit and being a free museum was a bonus. I look that they had up to date and topical exhibitions too. Could perhaps be nice to have some more interactive displays as we really enjoyed the parts that were!

Rachael Taylor

5 Google Rating

Very informative. Loads to learn about the history of the countries laws and democracy with regards

5/ 5

Very informative. Loads to learn about the history of the countries laws and democracy with regards to laws and human rights and equality and diversity. Took my 2 teenage lads and they enjoyed it. Especially the 1930s shop at the end

Andrew Gómez

5 Google Rating

I mean this in the nicest of ways. Be warned, you will need a drink within 10 minutes. This museum

5/ 5

I mean this in the nicest of ways. Be warned, you will need a drink within 10 minutes. This museum perfectly highlights the injustices of our past, and inspires you to want better.

Sophie

5 Google Rating

A really informative museum that fills you in on the history of the working class/trade unions/socia

5/ 5

A really informative museum that fills you in on the history of the working class/trade unions/social action movements since the early Victorian era. Start off at the top floor to view exhibitions chronologically. Excellently laid out exhibitions and a good mix of written information and interactive displays (may be a bit heavy for kids but those that I saw there seemed to enjoy themselves!).

redservant83

5 Google Rating

A good museum, plenty of great posters and banners. It offers a brilliant overview of the working cl

5/ 5

A good museum, plenty of great posters and banners. It offers a brilliant overview of the working class struggle in Britain. Would highly recommend.

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  • Friday10:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday10:00 - 17:00

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