The National Football Museum of England has four floors to introduce the development of modern football and the history of English football and the major events of world football. On the fourth floor, there is a personal exhibition hall of King Bailey. Some interactive games can take part in tickets of 8.9 pounds.
Walking 20 minutes away from Piccadilly station, less than tickets 6 pounds, opening at 10 a.m. is a good place for fans to make pilgrimages. Manchester football is the main place for pilgrimage. Manchester United has an independent exhibition hall for King Bailey and several other games to play are quite good.
Britain is known as the birthplace of modern football. This Museum in the heart of Manchester City is a record of this history. Fans will surely linger here. There are not only a large number of exhibitions, but also many interesting interactive projects. It is worth visiting.
Free Admission. If English is good, but also like football. It's more interesting to watch. English football culture is strong.
Those who like English football must go and see it. Good English, better.
Admission is free. But the front desk will tell you that donations are welcome. If you donate 6 pounds, you can take a picture with the League trophy and get a brochure, balabala... The three of us donated 6 pounds and then asked our fans to take pictures with us. br / br / the museum from the history of football in this country to the football game, made a comprehensive introduction, there are many interactive facilities, let you start, start, especially fun.
One of Manchester's two business cards. Located in the centre of Manchester City, the square bricks on the ground in front of the door are inlaid with the heads of famous stars. I only recognize Zidane, Bailey, Beckenbauer and so on. The Museum has three floors, showing the history of soccer in Britain. However, there are copies of Cuju sent by the Chinese at the entrance. The commentary says that this is the embryonic form of football.
The Museum has three floors, showing the history of soccer in Britain. However, there are copies of Cuju sent by the Chinese at the entrance. The commentary says that this is the embryonic form of football. Most of the other exhibits are jerseys, boots and trophies of different times. There is a wall that records the achievements of successive England coaches.
Although the Football Museum is free to visit, there are many interactive things in it, including lifting trophies and playing football in person, which can only be played by purchasing a 6-pound ticket. The main part of the museum is located on the three floors below. When you enter the museum, you can see a car. On the second floor, you can see a variety of football and famous athletes. There are also some video games related to football that can be played with gold coins.
Introduce the history of football in England and the world. Occasionally, there are trophies on display. The contents are very rich. Football fans deserve to browse slowly. Unfortunately, we came late and closed early. We just spent more than an hour browsing and were expelled.