Experience the world’s greatest sport at the National Football Museum. Whether you’re a football fanatic, planning a visit with your family or on a weekend break to the great city of Manch...
Experience the world’s greatest sport at the National Football Museum. Whether you’re a football fanatic, planning a visit with your family or on a weekend break to the great city of Manchester, we’re the place to come and share stories about everyone’s favourite game!
The National Football Museum charges an admission fee for all visitors, with the exception of City of Manchester residents and City of Manchester schools. Admission prices for 2020 can be found on our website.
Admission includes entrance to all floors of the museum including our temporary exhibitions, photos with the museum’s Premier League trophy and unlimited use of our activities (with the exception of Penalty Shootout, which will cost £2 per three penalty kicks).*
Your contribution will go back into the National Football Museum charity, helping to fund our learning and community programmes, stage new exhibitions and tell more of the stories around the beautiful game.
*There are currently restrictions around use of the activities due to Coronavirus. Guided tours are also not currently running but video tours and resources are available to access from your mobile to compliment your visit.
Find us at...
- National Football Museum
- Urbis Building
- Cathedral Gardens
- Greater Manchester
- M4 3BG
Our family-friendly offer
Our full current family learning offer can be found here:
- BSL video available on museum's YouTube channel
- Automatic door access at main entrance
- Lift to all floors
- Ramps to all raised areas
- Disabled blue badge parking nearby
- Accessible toilets on ground floor and levels 1, 2 and 4
- Induction loops at reception and information desks
- Assistance animals permitted
- Water bowls available for assistance animals
- Wheelchairs on request (please call before your visit to book)
- Guided tours on request (socially distanced)
- Large print guide available
- Autism-friendly access guide and social narrative available
Our full museum accessibility statement can be found here: https://www.nationalfootballmuseum.com/plan-your-visit/venue-access/
Our At-Home Activities
The fifth Unlock Your Imagination challenge from Manchester Cultural Education Partnership is set by the National Football Museum and visual artist Billy Colours. It’s inspired by Lily Parr, a&n...7 - 14 years
Watch back the National Football Museum's second Children's Football Writing Festival, featuring 4 of our favourite children's authors!This half term we were joined by Tom Palmer, Eve Ainsworth, Seth ...6 - 12 years
Join Sam from the National Football Museum and make these simple rosettes, popular with football fans. Featuring various vintage football rosettes from the museum's collection.4 - 12 yearsAge Friendly
A special 'Kicking Off Your Creativity'' Christmas special with author of Ultimate Football Heroes, Johnny Ball and Unbelievable Football all about Women's Football and the 1921 FA ban. This is your c...7 - 12 years
In the National Football Museum's collection we have several football pennants on display from famous matches involving England, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Dick, Kerr Ladies and more. In this short craf...4 - 12 years
A little girl with a boy’s name, who has a big love for the beautiful game.3 - 7 years
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