We are impressed with the interactive prison tour under the COVID conditions led by Nina. She was excellent at taking us back in time, setting the scene and sharing lots of intriguing stories for us to visualise lives several centuries ago. It makes one grateful of all we have in 2020 even with COVID. Due to the tour only entries, the debtors prison was all to ourselves. Plenty of opportunities to ask questions and wonder around within the slot.
Going down the west side of the square is the People's History Museum (Pump house People's history museum) located next to the Ewell River, which is the theme of the exhibition: social history and workers' movement. The People's Museum positioned itself as: they are a collection, A national center for preserving and explaining the history of the British Workers' Mass, this museum offers a glimpse into the lives of the workers over the past two centuries.
A unique and fascinating museum exploring the history of the working class of Manchester and is also considered a museum of democracy. Well-worth the visit.
This place is really interesting about social history. Please visit! It's under threat!
The People’s History Museum is dedicated to collecting, protecting and exhibiting the history, culture and heritage related to the British working class, allowing visitors to easily understand the lifestyle of British workers in the past 200 years and the extraordinary history belonging to the common people. There are not many people in the museum. There are many introductions and a huge amount of reading, so it takes a long time to understand, suitable for friends who are interested in politics or party history.