Manchester United Museum & Trophy Room Reviews
Description:Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA. Tel: +44 (0)161 877 4002.
Newest Review: ... United website. The museum and the red café are located on the third floor of Old Trafford and you enter the museum by showing your ticket and going through the mini turnstile. You can also stop for a drink in the Red Café half way through and then re-enter the museum afterwards. Within the museum there are displays celebrating different parts of Manchester United's history. There is a room ... more
Customer Manchester United Museum & Trophy Room Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I have been a Manchester United fan for years and before anybody comments, I was a born about 15 minutes away from Old Trafford... not in London, so I support my local football team. Last weekend it was me and my boyfriend's first anniversary and I wanted to mark the occasion by doing something special. I had been to the Manchester United Museum as a kid, but that was years ago, a lot has happened since then and I thought it would be nice to take my boyfriend (who is also a Manchester United fan from Manchester), there as a surprise. We arrived there on a Sunday afternoon and we paid for two adults to be admitted into the museum and trophy room, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/00, updated on 06/07/00 (Useful, 215 readings)
Manchester United have a vast advantage over the rest.....cash ! They have this due to the massive merchandising operation they do worldwide. Shirts, tshirts, videos and god knows what else. They also heve the club museum, which is a splendid day for ant United (or football) fan to see the deep history of this club. From the formation as Newton Heath, to the great side of the forties and fifties, through the Tragedy of munich and the elation of the european cup win in 68, right through to the astonishing treble in 1999, this museum catalogues anything it can about the club. Old shirts, newspaper cuttings and the infamous programme from the game against ... Read the complete review
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