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Science Museum
“If you want to know more about the industrial revolution and how important was in Manchester ”
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Museum
“Must go for football fans who want to know more about the history and have some fun. Has some fun activities which are ideal for kids as well.”
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University
“Museum that is next door to the University of Manchester. Free entry and hosts a lot of natural history. ”
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Library
“The John Rylands Library is a late-Victorian neo-Gothic building on Deansgate in Manchester, England. The main reading room on the first floor, 30 feet above the ground and 12 feet from all four boundaries, was noted for the pleasant contrast between the 'sullen roar' of Manchester and the 'internal cloister quietude of Rylands'.”
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Listagallerí
“Gorgeous cafe overlooking Whitworth park, lovely Gallery shop and showing interesting exhibitions. Perfect for a rainy day”
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Museum
“Located in the stunning surroundings of Media City UK. The museum explores the impact of modern conflicts on people and society. It is the first branch of the Imperial War Museum to be located in the north of England. Free entry, which also includes access to a viewing platform, which looks out over Salford Quays. Easier to access via the metrolink, which is approx £5 return.”
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History Museum
“National centre for the collection, conservation, interpretation and study of material relating to the history of working people in the UK.”
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Almenningsgarður
“A small art gallery with a good selection of works. The cafe is a bit pricey but a fantastic space to sit a while and enjoy being within the trees. A coffee here with a flapjack or rocky road cake is especially good.”
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Museum
“Home to the world's biggest club a must see . Take a stadium tour or watch a match !”
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Museum
“History is brought back to life at the Greater Manchester Police Museum. Venture into the original Victorian cells with their wooden pillows and the Charge office of Newton Street Police Station where time has stood still for over 120 years.”
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Listagallerí
“Close to Salford University and in the grounds of Peel Park lies Salford Museum and Art Gallery, which opened in 1850 as the very first 'unconditionally free' public library in the UK. Now, you can wander its rooms and marvel at the fantastic collection of artworks on display – it’s a real celebration of Victorian painting.”
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Museum
“Take a trip back in time with one of Britain's biggest collections of restored buses, coaches and trams at the Museum of Transport.”
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Museum
“we had a lot of fun here with all the fancy hats! tying them on, nice kids area. Enjoyed it”
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Museum
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Museum
“UK's only Jewish museum outside London, with Moorish-style architecture and stained-glass windows.”
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Museum
“Salford Quays is an up and coming place 40 minutes away. Popular eateries, lots of music. A lovely walk can be had along the canal, or take a trip a sail on it, see the place from a different vantage point.”
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