Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall located at Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0161 832 2244

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Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester
Science and Industry Museum Air and Space Hall manchester

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Will O'Hara

5 Google Rating

Gets busy at weekends and in the school holidays but no charge to enter (donations welcome). Loads o

5/ 5

Gets busy at weekends and in the school holidays but no charge to enter (donations welcome). Loads of great things for kids to do - but be aware that some areas are currently closed (July 2019) for refurbishment. Check before you travel. The air and space hall has some amazing planes and simulators.

Dimitar Yanev

1 Google Rating

Definitely avoid visiting as it is such a waste of time. Almost all airplanes were covered with tarp

1/ 5

Definitely avoid visiting as it is such a waste of time. Almost all airplanes were covered with tarps, water on the floor everywhere, lifts closed, so was the viewing balcony. However, all attractions that were paid (£10 each!) were fully working. Disappointing!!!

Aisha Ali

5 Google Rating

Lots to see and learn, kids loved having a look around at the old planes and cars. Definitely a good

5/ 5

Lots to see and learn, kids loved having a look around at the old planes and cars. Definitely a good day out and if you go on one of the event days you can take part in little activities which the kids really enjoy.

Florentin Drogeanu

5 Google Rating

Good selection of displays. What's not to like? I would definitely recommend a visit if in Mancheste

5/ 5

Good selection of displays. What's not to like? I would definitely recommend a visit if in Manchester. You'll see aircraft from all ranges. There were a couple of simulated rides when I went there as well. Best part of everything? It's free so you can't have a reason not to visit.

John B H

4 Google Rating

Plenty to see at this museum although because the exhibits are so big it feels a little cramped. The

4/ 5

Plenty to see at this museum although because the exhibits are so big it feels a little cramped. The atmosphere reentry VR experience with Tim Peak is pretty good but it's only a temporary exhibit. You can look round most of the museum for free but the flight simulator and VR experience have a small charge.

Esha Nitnavare

5 Google Rating

Beautiful exhibit of European artists and artefacts. The architecture of each room is designed to re

5/ 5

Beautiful exhibit of European artists and artefacts. The architecture of each room is designed to reflect the country’s culture. The Egyptian relics were fascinating! Free lockers were a plus.

Hitesh Surti

5 Google Rating

It was a joy always to visit the Air & Space Hall. Thank you for displaying great vehicles and engin

5/ 5

It was a joy always to visit the Air & Space Hall. Thank you for displaying great vehicles and engines for the public to see, enjoy, learn and dream about.

JAMES G

5 Google Rating

Fun family experience, make sure you book 1st, its free and you can make a donation if you wish. Han

5/ 5

Fun family experience, make sure you book 1st, its free and you can make a donation if you wish. Hand made pizzas are lovely 😍

Helen Randall

4 Google Rating

Museum of industry and science. Factory records exhibition interesting

4/ 5

Museum of industry and science. Factory records exhibition interesting

HenrickK

2 Google Rating

For those who would like to visit the air and space hall, it is sadly closed permanently. A bit of a

2/ 5

For those who would like to visit the air and space hall, it is sadly closed permanently. A bit of a disappointment as the indication on the official website is not obvious enough to be spotted.

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  • Tuesday10:00 - 17:00
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  • Friday10:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday10:00 - 17:00

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