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Museum Of Science & Industry In Manchester

Liverpool Road, Castlefield, Manchester, Gtr Manchester, M3 4FP Show on Map Add to shortlist
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Museum Of Science & Industry In Manchester
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Day rates starting from:
£39.00
The Museum opened its doors in 1983 and is located on the original terminus of the worlds first inter-city railway, Liverpool Road. There are 5 Listed buildings, 2 of them listed as Grade I.
In 2011 the Great Western Warehouse, had a £9M refurbishment which houses the Conference Centre and our Revolution Manchester Gallery which has a 52 plasma media wall. A further soft refurbishment took place in 2015.
Both Revolution Manchester Gallery and The Power Hall, provide guests the opportunity to dine amongst some of the worlds oldest exhibits from the world of science and engineering including the worlds first stored computer.
In 2012, the Museum became part of the Science Museum Group, which collectively reach over 5 million visitors per annum.
The Science Museum Group was established under the National Heritage Act 1983 with its own Board of Trustees. It has the status of a non-departmental public body, operating within the public sector but at arm’s length from its sponsor department, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
As part of the Science Museum Group we are an exempt charity under the Second Schedule of the Charities Act (1960) and are recognised as charitable by HM Revenue & Customs. Our tax exemption number is XN63797A.
Holding your meeting and events at the Museum contributes to developing our future scientist


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