The Science and Industry Museum in Manchester is full of amazing objects and world-changing ideas where you can ride on the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station and the world’s first railway warehouse that was built in 1830, and out how our revolutionary railroad changed the world forever!
Have a fun day out with all the family and be inspired by the wonder of science including live demonstrations of history’s working machinery and fun science shows plus so much more. Charges apply for certain events and exhibitions.
There is paid-for on-street parking on the streets available surrounding Science and Industry Museum.
The museum has a café on the ground floor serving hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, breakfast bites, hot pastries, cakes and snacks. Also, the Science and Industry Museum bistro serves hot meals which includes a children’s menu. Cafe and Bistro opening times are available on their website.
To get to the Science and Industry Museum; you can catch the X50 from Manchester Piccadilly or 255 from Manchester or Partington or 256 from Manchester or Flixton.
Science and Industry Museum Website
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