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  • Manchester: National Football Museum Admission Ticket

    1. Manchester: National Football Museum Admission Ticket

    Your ticket includes admission to all four floors of the museum. On the ground floor, have your photo taken with our FA Cup and Premier League trophies and enjoy the latest pop-up art exhibition. Level 1 is where you'll discover the must-see memorabilia — look out for the trophy won by England in 1966. You'll also uncover some fascinating history, like in England on the World Stage, which looks at the ups and downs of the England team. Level 1 is also the meeting point for guided tours. On Level 2, you'll find all the interactive challenges including Penalty Shootout. Temporary exhibitions on Level 3 change twice a year and take an in-depth look at soccer through art, photography, and technology.

    I’m not usually that much of a fan of football but I booked two tickets for myself and my brother as we were celebrating his 60th birthday and as we had a weekend in Manchester booked I thought he might like it. Well we attended yesterday and I have to say we both absolutely loved it. Yes even me. We spent nearly 2 hours in there doing all the hands on challenges and reading all about football etc. It has been very well thought out and all the staff were great and encouraging. I would definitely recommend a visit to anyone. You will not be disappointed

  • Manchester: 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

    2. Manchester: 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

    Explore the birthplace of the industrial revolution aboard the hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus in Manchester and learn more about the city's contribution to science, politics, music, arts and sport. Hop-on and off at any of the 15 stops on a route that has been carefully planned to include key sights such as Manchester Town Hall, the National Football Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry and Manchester United Football Club. Hop-off at Salford Quays to visit the famous Lowry art gallery and Imperial War Museum North in the stunning building by Daniel Libeskind. Discover the new media hub where the BBC and ITV have located their TV studios, and avail of the canal-side shops and restaurants. 

    The tour was very educative and showed the historical growth of the lovely city. The narrators are obviously very knowledgeable

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4.2 / 5

based on 216 reviews

I’m not usually that much of a fan of football but I booked two tickets for myself and my brother as we were celebrating his 60th birthday and as we had a weekend in Manchester booked I thought he might like it. Well we attended yesterday and I have to say we both absolutely loved it. Yes even me. We spent nearly 2 hours in there doing all the hands on challenges and reading all about football etc. It has been very well thought out and all the staff were great and encouraging. I would definitely recommend a visit to anyone. You will not be disappointed

The tour was very educative and showed the historical growth of the lovely city. The narrators are obviously very knowledgeable

Fascinating memorabilia, photos and stories. Grandson also enjoyed the activities, passing, tricks and turns etc

Good transportation and value for money. Highly recommended.

Very informative tour, get to see so much in Manchester!