Manchester United MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Sir Matt Busby Way, Stretford, Old Trafford, Greater Manchester M16 0RA, United Kingdom
- Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1618688000
- Ticket Price: 11 GBP
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Stadium, Tour, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Manchester United Museum - Review
The Manchester United Museum is a great place for all football fans. Even though the interclub rivalries exist all over the UK, football fans from far and wide come to visit this lovely homage to what is often referred to as the most successful football club. If you are a Manchester United fan, it makes no sense to miss it anyway.
Perhaps the most interesting exhibit is that of the Munich Air Disaster where a large part of the team had died in an air crash. This sad day in Manchester United History evokes a very powerful feeling in anyone who sees this display. Besides this, the more than a century old tradition of Manchester United Football club has been brilliantly displayed here.
They also offer different experiences like tours by ex-club members and so on so do check out what suits you best before you book. You can also book a stadium tour on days on which there is no match at the Old Trafford. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Manchester Itinerary 3 Days.
Manchester United Museum Information
- The ticket price given is for the Manchester United Museum which is open even on match days. If you also wish to view the stadium go to the Old Trafford Adda page.
How To reach Manchester United Museum by Public Transport
- Old Trafford, Wharf side way, Bus.
Restaurants Near Manchester United Museum
- Pizza Hut
- Quay House Beefeater
- Cafe Rouge
Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Manchester before you plan your trip.
Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Manchester and book an accommodation of your choice.
Things to Know Before Visiting Manchester United Museum
87.53% of people who visit Manchester include Manchester United Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
35.44% of people start their Manchester United Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Manchester United Museum
73.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Manchester United Museum
Manchester United Museum Trips
3 Views43 Days 42 Nights45 Day Trip to United Kingdom, Ireland from PlacentiaBy: Published PrivatelyCity: London, Edinburgh, Bath, Cambridge, Chester, Oxford, Manchester, Liverpool, Canterbury, Cardiff, Glasgow, Dublin, Galway, York, Durham, Belfast, Winchester
Manchester United Museum, Manchester Reviews
Just amazing. As a United fan, to see all the trophies and memorabilia in the museum was incredible and very moving. The tour of the stadium was just as incredible. Being able to walk down the tunnel and sit in José's seat was great. I even sat where Sir Alex used to sit. Our tour guide was brilliant. He's been a United fan since 1968 and you could tell he loves the club. The only downside was we couldn't see the dressing rooms because they are being re-done after all these years. Such a shame because some legendary figures have been in that dressing room. The tour guide was pretty sad about that too. I think they need the inspiration of the past at the moment. Thoroughly recommend this tour, especially if you're a United fan.
The tour itself is just 2-3 stars. Basically the tour guide provided the absolute minimum about the stadium and the team with respect to information. The museum though is very good so rated that at 4-5 stars so overall will give 4 stars (given they give you a couple free items).
Amazing day out with the school footie team! I'm definitely NOT a Manchester United fan but I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. The trophy room was fantastic. Highly recommend the stadium tour - really interesting. If you get a chance to go there, take it!
I'm not a soccer fan but I really enjoyed this tour. The museum had a lot of memorabilia about Man U and the stadium is full of history. The tour guide was great too. If you get the £25 package you get a lunch as well which isn't bad but it's nothing special.
Dreamy place for MU fans. Too bad the museum tour feels too quick. Acceptable though since its crowded. But for us tourists from far, we need more time inside.