National Football Museum

Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Manchester M4 3BG
Long Millgate Manchester England M3 1NX GB

For all you football fans out there, this museum, which is the world’s biggest football museum, is definitely worth visiting. You’ll go on a wonderful journey through football history where you will learn all about the greatest players, managers and teams in the Hall of Fame. You’ll also be able to see the world’s finest collection of football artefacts such as football shirts, trophies, the World Cup ball and much more. And you’ll also be able to get your hands on a cup and have a photo of you holding it up in the air.

Afterwards you could go to the cinema room and watch a film on ‘one month in the life of English football’. And if the children have still got lots of energy left, you could go to the Discovery zone which is a soft play area, a story-telling corner and a dressing up area for the under five’s. Children will really enjoy themselves here.

It will certainly be a memorable day out at this amazing museum where you will experience great footballing moments and have fun along the way.

Opening Times: Open daily 10-5 and Sunday 11 to 5.

Costs: Free Admission

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