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“The Museum of Science & Industry is a great place to...”

Written on: 23/07/2008 by Charlyparly (3 reviews written)

The Museum of Science & Industry is a great place to go if you want to keep the kids amused, but without paying ludicrous prices. It's open from 10.00am - 5.00pm every day, except 24 - 26 December and 1 January.

I don't know whether they previously charged for admission (as I've read on other reviews), but entry into MOSI is now free. Car parking on site costs £5.00 ( £3.00 after 3pm) and there are several other pay and display car parks outside.

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“There are currently five buildings here: Aircraft,...”

Written on: 25/01/2008 by willtheman45 (20 reviews written)

There are currently five buildings here: Aircraft, Main, The Warehouse, Power Hall and the Victorian Station.
So I'll divide my review into sections on these buildings.

1. AIRCRAFT BUILDING
Housed in an old market building this is the second largest building. It looks tatty from the outside but inside its awesome.

The ground floor is mainly about aircraft with an amazing range of aircraft either hanging from the ceiling or on the floor. There all very interesting and as well as them there are… Read Full Review

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“Manchester Museum of Science & Industry - We took our...”

Written on: 06/04/2004 by petrina (1 review written)

Manchester Museum of Science & Industry - We took our 3 year old and 8 year old with some trepidation - it's hard to find something to suit both. Especially something that is FREE. The museum is split into 5 areas. Our youngest loved the hanger full of aircraft/helicopters, etc. The power hall was full of locomotives, steam mcahinery, many of which you could "do" something with, plus experiments. The main building houses textiles and the all important "Xperiment" area - a mini-eureka… Read Full Review

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Written on: 08/11/2005

Went in 2004 - highly recommended even for teenagers. Look out of cafe window and you see Coronation Street. Recommend you also visit the nearby University of Manchester's museum - more formal but lots to see. Stay overnight - there is a nearby Premier Lodge also recommended.

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