Manchester City FC Museum & Stadium Tour
Etihad Stadium, Etihad Campus
Manchester M11 3FF
Museum displays are themed around events or significant stories such as the Supporters, the FA Cup, Grounds, Kits, Players, League Championship etc. Key items on display include trophies & medals from the Club's earliest years to present day; shirts from 1934 to the modern era etc.
Manchester Jewish Museum
190 Cheetham Hill Road
Manchester M8 8LW
Manchester Jewish Museum tells the story of the Jewish community in Manchester over the last 200 years. Through photographs, objects, documents and room settings, visitors gain an insight into the lives of the individuals who came to the city in different waves of Jewish immigration.
Manchester Masonic Museum
Freemasons' Hall 36 Bridge Street
Manchester M3 3BT
The Manchester Masonic Museum is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the values of, and stimulating debate about the heritage of Freemasonry in the North West of England. The collection has been held at Freemasons' Hall in Manchester since the building opened in 1929 and holds many varied artefacts dating back to the mid 1700s.
The University of Manchester, Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PL
Encounter Manchester Museum's assortment of treasures from the natural world and the many cultures it is home to. Visitor favourites include dinosaurs, mummies and live amphibians and reptiles.
Manchester Postal Museum
Manchester Southern Cemetery, Remembrance Lodge, 212 Barlow Moor Rd,
Manchester M21 7GL
A large private collection of postal memorabilia/history, currently setting up a permanent display in Stockport
Manchester United Museum & Tour Centre
Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford
Manchester M16 0RA
Only at the Old Trafford Museum & Tour Centre, Manchester tourism award's large visitor attraction of the year, can you see the stadium through the eyes of Manchester United greats themselves. Or get even closer to the world of Manchester United and share 130 years of football.
Museum of Science & Industry
Liverpool Road, Castlefield
Manchester M3 4FP
Uncover Manchester's industrial past and learn about the fascinating stories of the people who contributed to the history and science of a city that helped shape the modern world. Located on the site of the world's oldest surviving passenger railway station and only minutes from Manchester's City Centre, the museum's action-packed galleries, working exhibits and costumed characters tell the amazing story of revolutionary discoveries and remarkable inventions both past and present - a memorable day out for everyone.
Museum of the Manchester Regiment
The Town Hall
Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 6DL
The museum tells the story of generations of soldiers, from the raising of the regiment in 1756 through to Regimental life today. The museum's Ladysmith Gallery (re-developed in 2002) tells our story chronologically, covering major actions such as the American War of Independence, New-Zealand, the Crimea, South Africa, both World Wars and the Malayan Emergency. The Gallery also houses over 2000 medals including 6 Victoria Cross Groups as well as a reconstruction of a First World War trench.
Museum of Transport
Boyle Street, Cheetham
Manchester M8 8UW
Find out about Greater Manchester's transport history with the museum of Transport in Manchester. Opened in 1979, the museum has a large and varied collection of exhibits, charting the development of public transport in the county, ranging from a Victorian horse-drawn bus to a full size prototype for Greater Manchester's Metrolink. Collections: Includes buses, trams, trolleybuses, coaches and other vehicles which formerly provided public transport services in Greater Manchester. Also includes historical records relating to public transport in the county, such as company records, photographs and films and a large collection of objects ranging from street furniture to ticketing equipment.
Museum of Wigan Life
Wigan WN1 1NU
We hold over 30,000 objects relating to life in Wigan Borough, past and present. Our collections include fine art, archaeology, social history, natural history, coins, decorative art and industrial history. The museum of Wigan Life is housed in Wigan's first public library and first public building with electric lighting.