Manchester United Stadium Tour & Museum

Take a look behind the scenes at Old Trafford. Retrace the steps taken by some of our greatest legends, relive the glorious history of the unique venue and marvel in the splendour of today's Theatre of Dreams.

Manchester United Old Trafford StadiumSit in the heights of the North Stand for a birds eye view of the pitch, stand in Fergie's spot in the dug out, sit in the Home changing room at your favourite players peg and emerge from the players tunnel to the roar of the crowd.


Truly a match-winning hall of fame, a section of the Museum is dedicated to 'the greats'. Charlton, Law, Best and Cantona are all present to name just a few. Discover an exhilarating collection of priceless memories and personal mementos, made possible by the kind donations of those included.

The Munich Disaster

Stand still as the world did, and listen to the tragic news report that shocked everyone who heard it.
Through newspapers and photographs we are reminded of the people who died on that fateful day of February 6th 1958. Understand the club's determination to carry on, knowing that those who were lost would have wished it.

The Treble Exhibition

Travel down the 'tunnel' of our special exhibition. Relive the journey of our most glorious season, feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end, as you approach the end of the 'journey' to our most recent celebrated moment. Reflect in the glory of the 98-99 season.


If you want museums and art galleries there's the award-winning Museum of Science and Industry, the Manchester Museum, the refurbished Manchester Art Gallery, the Whitworth Art Gallery and, new in 2002, the curving streamlined beauty of Urbis - a new kind of museum exploring people and cities.

Two buildings which typify Manchesters' culture are the Bridgewater Hall and the Royal Exchange. One is a striking modern building, home to three orchestras including the Hallé, the other is a spectacular chamber hosting one of the nation's most acclaimed theatres and companies.