National Football Museum

Whether you’re a die-hard football fan, planning a visit with your family or on a weekend break to the great city of Manchester, enjoy a visit to England’s only national museum for football.

Delve into the history and culture of the much-loved sport, where incredible objects and exhibitions tell the story of how football became the game of our lives.

Sharpen your techniques, learn some new tricks and take the perfect penalty with the museum’s interactive challenges and get a chance to handle the museum’s top silverware.

The museum has a range of tours and trails available every day, with family friendly activities running across most weekends.

How to get there:

Take the Metrolink to Victoria (or Exchange Square), upon leaving the train station from the main entrance, walk across over the road and you’ll see the large glass building hosting the museum directly in front of you. Head towards Cathedral Gardens next to the glass building and you’ll see the main entrance of the museum on your left.

Key information:

Urbis Building,
Cathedral Gardens,
Manchester
M4 3BG

Open 7 days a week, 10:00am-5:00pm (last admission, 4:30pm)

Manchester Pass entry includes access to all areas and exhibitions, along with photos with the museum’s trophies and a guided tour. Penalty shoot-out is not included, tickets can be purchased on the day of admission.

For more information regarding the museum’s opening times and transport, please visit their website.

Ready to Start Exploring?

Choose your pass and start your adventure today!

Ready to Start Exploring?

Choose your pass and start your adventure today!

CHOOSE YOUR PASS

1 Day Pass

Manchester Pass
Adult £45.00
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Child £30.00
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2 Day Pass

Manchester Pass
Adult £65.00
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Child £50.00
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3 Day Pass

Manchester Pass
Adult £85.00
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Child £70.00
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