A fascinating museum with a renowned collection of Egyptian antiquities,
a wildlife gallery with activity centre and fine collections.
Bury Art Gallery and Museum
Home of renowned Thomas Wrigley collection of Victorian oils
and watercolours. Plus liveley programme of temporary exhibitions and events.
Bury Transport Museum
The Museum is a collection of road and rail vehicles
the nineteenth century to the
Gallery Of Costume
Gallery of Costume boasts one the finest collections of clothing, textiles
and fashion accessories in the country.
UK's first and only museum dedicated to the exciting world of hats and hat
Ordsall Hall Museum
Now surrounded by housing and industry on the edge of Salford
Quays and used as a museum of local history.
Throughout the year you can enjoy a variety of
exhibitions covering the experiences of people in Salford, aspects of social
history, and traditional arts and crafts.
The University, Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL Tel: 0161 275 2634
Explore 600 million years of life on Earth.
Attractions include the vivarium containing live reptiles and crocodilians,
collections of fossils and dinosaur footprints, and 2000 year old mummies
South of the city centre on the B5117
all year; Mon-Sat 10-5. Closed Good Friday,
25-26 Dec & Jan 1st. Ring for opening times between Xmas & New Year
Manchester Museum of Transport
Boyle St, Cheetham, Manchester, M8 8UW
Tel:0161 205 2122
/ 205 1082
A museum illustrating the history of the city's travel through the ages.
1.5m North of Victoria Station
Open all year, Wed, Sat,
Sun & Bank Holidays 10-5
Museum of Science and Industry
Opies Museum Of Memories
Walk into Opie's
Museum of Memories and you will take an extraordinary visual journey through
Manchester City Art Gallery
The Gallery is currently closed in order for a multi-million pound
expansion scheme to take place----Due to re-open in 2001.
Oldham Art Gallery
Art Gallery houses frequently changed exhibitions and displays
of contemporary art, craft and photography
Rochdale Pioneers Museum
On the site of the first co-operative shop, this museum gives a
fascinating insight into how our ancestors did their shopping 150 years ago.
The museum is full of intriguing objects form the past and tells the story for the people
who have created Saddleworth's landscape and character.
This is a visual and performing
arts centre with two theatres, exhibition galleries and
The Turnpike Gallery specialises in temporary art
exhibitions by regional, national and international artists.
Whitworth Art Gallery and Museum
An ever changing programme of displays and temporary exhibitions is
organised with a series of talks and activities, including family events.