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People's History Museum

4.3/538 Reviews
Museum

Business Hours

Closed Now, Reopens tomorrow 10:00-17:00,10:00-20:00(Local Time)

Address

Bridge St., Manchester M3 3ER, England
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  • 一米q
    5.0

    The Museum of People's History, located in downtown Manchester, mainly showcases the history and culture of the working class during the British Industrial Revolution. It has many objects of that period for visitors to visit. It closed on Thursday.

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  • Kavitha Subramaniam
    5.0

    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.

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    Reviewed on 1453073017000
  • Chris Morriss
    5.0

    This place is really interesting about social history. Please visit! It's under threat!

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  • 门子乀
    4.0

    Further down the west side of the square is the Pump House People's History Museum near the Awell River. The theme of the exhibition is social history and the workers'movement. The People's Museum has positioned itself as a National Centre for collecting, preserving and explaining the history of the British worker masses. It provides a view of the lives of the worker masses over the past two hundred years.

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  • M44****533
    5.0

    There are tears behind the neon lights and shadows under the tall buildings. Although Victorian Manchester is economically arrogant of the world, behind this luxury lies the appalling polarization between the rich and the poor and social contradictions. Capitalists in the 18th and 19th centuries used various means to ensure that the fruits of development did not fall into the hands of the real wealth-creating proletariat. Child labor, overtime work, harsh working environment, chatting is better than no security... Like the rise of all great empires, behind the sunset glory of the British Empire lies the blood, sweat and tears of countless assholes. Two hundred years later, the class contradictions of the past have not disappeared, but have been smuggled into other parts of the world together with the textile industry in Manchester.

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  • 天天溜
    4.0

    The exhibition is very enlightening and inspiring. It can give visitors a lot of information. We can see how working people strive to achieve a better working environment and become part of a democratic country.

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    Reviewed on 1497092722000
  • M21****256
    5.0

    This admirable Museum of People's History tells an infectious story of the 200-year arduous journey towards democracy in Britain. The hall was once a pump station for Edward VII. On the second floor, they punched in and on the third floor showed people's struggle for equal rights since World War II.

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  • 罗马情人1980
    5.0

    This admirable Museum of People's History tells an infectious story of the 200-year arduous journey towards democracy in Britain. The hall was once a pump station for Edward VII. On the second floor, they punched in and on the third floor showed people's struggle for equal rights since World War II.

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    Reviewed on 1495255154000
  • 世界美食游走达人
    5.0

    The Museum of People's History, situated near the Aville River, is dedicated to social history and the workers'movement. The People's Museum has positioned itself as a centre for collecting the mass history of British workers.

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    Reviewed on 1491102666000
  • liyanbuct
    5.0

    The glorious image and development of Manchester in the history of the United Kingdom is still something to be commended except for the aggression during the war, which is almost always a very interesting and colorful exhibit.

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