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Football Museum Manchester – (almost) Free Entry!

by Lisa
Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

My visit to the National Football Museum Manchester taught me a lot. Especially that I’m actually less interested in Football than I thought. As this Museum was advertised as ‘free entry’ I had to visit it. Located just a few minutes by foot from the Shopping Street ‘Market Street’ you can find the Museum in the picturesque Urbis Building. In total there are 7 levels besides the ground-level, of which only the first three can be viewed by visitors. On Level 5 and 6 there will soon open a Restaurant from Michelin star chef Michael O’Hare.

As a Charity Organisation, the National Football Museum in Manchester offers free admission to everyone but does need Donations. The Staff at the Counter informs you about this and in order to receive a booklet of the Museum you have to pay 6 Pounds, at least. According to their website, the ‘suggested donation is £3’. After your successful donation, you can enter the Museum on the Ground Level. There you can find the ‘Hall of Fame’, the ‘Football Walk of Fame’ as well as a Shop and a Café when leaving again. The other Levels can be either reached by stairs, or via an inclining lift.
The Museum itself is a mix of various smaller exhibitions, activity areas and historic memorabilia. The Shirts they used to play Football with back in 1872, what women are and were wearing and of course trophies and anecdotes. More Details on what can be found on what Level is here on this website.

Address National Football Museum Manchester

Urbis Building
Cathedral Gardens
Todd St
City Centre
Manchester M4 3BG
Opening Hours: 10 am – 5 pm

Pictures: National Football Museum Manchester

Urbis Building Manchester Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita
Urbis Building Manchester

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

'The first time I came to England I said to myself without doubt Football was created here' - Arsene Wenger, Football Manager
‘The first time I came to England I said to myself without doubt Football was created here’ – Arsene Wenger, Football Manager

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

Football Museum Manchester JoyDellaVita

National Football Museum Manchester Shop
National Football Museum Manchester Shop


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Lisa
<p>Hi, I’m Lisa and welcome to my Joy Della Vita Travelblog.<br /> Joy della Vita, inspired by the Italian language, means “Joy of Life”.<br /> And this is what can be found here. Travel, Food, Mobility & (Travel-)Lifestyle. I enjoy to travel on a budget, but some luxury has never hurt anyone.</p>

1 Comments

  • valentine
    21 - January - 2017 at 10:30 AM

    Good to know!

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