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The National Football Museum, Manchester

by Sophie Cannon (follow)
The world's biggest and best football museum

Calling all footy fanatics! Did you know that our great city is home to the biggest and best football museum in the whole world? So whether you're an avid lover of the beautiful game, or even if you're just looking for a budget family day out - Manchester's National Football Museum should definitely be on your list!

The National Football Museum

What's there?
What's not there should really be the question! With 6 floors of football history and modern day memorabilia, you're sure to find a number of impressive facts and displays. There's the 'Football Walk of Fame', details of how football has been represented by the fans, the media, and of course, the players, and even the chance to lift some of the world's most famous (virtual) trophies!

Check out informative football videos, the world's most recognised kits, and even try your hand at the penalty shoot out! There's so much to see and do and it's perfect for supporters of any age.

Cafe Football

Cafe Football
Where foodie meets footy. Cafe Football, the creation of Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs, is located on the ground floor of the museum and promises to serve up delicious honest food with a distinct football theme running throughout both the menu and decor. Definitely worth a visit if you take a trip to the museum.

The National Football Museum Discovery Zone

Discovery Zone
Dotted throughout the museum are a variety of interactive games and displays which are sure to keep the kids entertained, but if that weren't enough, situated on Level 2 is a specifically designed Discovery Zone for children aged 5 and under. Here, little ones can enjoy dressing up in football costumes and settling down in the story corner, as well as burning some energy in the soft play area.

The National Football Museum


Useful information:
Address: Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Todd St, Manchester M4 3BG
Opening Hours: Monday- Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm




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