[@]Museum of Science and Industry
The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) merged with the National Science Museum in 2012 and has expanded its range of exhibitions impressively over recent years to now be considered one of the most fascinatingly diverse days out in the North West.
It offers extensive displays on science and experiment, air and space, transport and power, communications and computers, textiles and even Manchester’s murky sewerage and sanitation with a trip underground.
Some of the latest exhibitions even include 3d printing and a 4d theatre.
The museum sits on the world’s first ever railway station, Liverpool Road, which was opened in 1830 as part of the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
The quantity of things to see and do at the MOSI means it can be enjoyed as day out for all the family.
Whether this is watching a show on moving seats, facing water spray and air blasts in the 4D theatre or experiencing the heat, sounds, sights and smells of the working engines and locomotives
Museum of Science and Industry
Castlefield M3 4FP
10am - 5pm every day (except 24 - 26 December and 1 January)
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