People's History Museum

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General Information

The People's History Museum also known as The National Museum of Labour History is a museum in Manchester, England. The museum is used to tell the story of the countries democracy and life in the country and has many displays detailing the last 200 years. The museum is located in a former hydraulic pumping station.

Getting there

The museum is situated close to the Spinningfields area of Manchester city centre. By car, head for the city centre and park up in the car park near the Courts from there it is a 2-minute walk. By train, the closest station is ‘Salford Central’ trains to this station aren't frequent and it is one of Manchester's smaller stations, the closest station other than that is ‘Deansgate’ which is a 10-minute walk away. Many buses travel past the museum including the 50 bus which you can jump on in the city centre.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open to all visitors every day from 10am-5pm and admission is free to all visitors. A donation is welcomed by the museum, this will be used to pay for the running costs of the museum. The museum has a restaurant and shops for visitors to enjoy.

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