Museums/ Attractions

Museums/ Attractions

MOSI – Museum of Science & Industry

MOSI was the original terminus of the world’s first inter-city railway and our characteristic 1830 Warehouse epitomises Manchester’s 19th-century reputation as the warehouse of the western world. It is now an outstanding museum dedicated to telling the history of The Industrial Revolution.

T:0161 832 2244, Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP


The National Football Museum

Experience the world’s greatest sport at the National Football Museum. Whether you’re a football fanatic, planning a visit with your family or on a weekend break to the great city of Manchester, they want you to enjoy your visit to the world’s biggest and best football museum.

T:0161 605 8200, Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Todd St, Manchester M4 3BG

Manchester Town Hall

Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city. Regarded as one of the finest examples of Victorian Neo-Gothic architecture in the United Kingdom, it is one of the most important Grade 1 listed buildings in England.
Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, Lancashire M60 2LA
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Manchester Cathedral
Located on Victoria Street in the city centre, Manchester Cathedral is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Manchester, the seat of the bishop and the city’s parish church. Since the 15th Century, this imposing Grade 1 listed Gothic-style Cathedral has stood strong through political turmoil, wars and bombings. It is a beacon for all Mancunians and welcomes everyone of all faiths and backgrounds.
Victoria Street, Manchester
Manchester Jewish Museum
Situated in a former Spanish and Portuguese synagogue, Manchester Jewish Museum is the only Jewish Museum outside of London. Telling the story of Jewish people of the local area, the museum showcases the influence and contribution they’ve made on Manchester throughout the years via a collection of documents, items, photographs, and oral histories.
190 Cheetham Hill Road, M8 8LW