Manchester Museum will open its doors for the first time since Britain’s lockdown.
On September 16, Manchester Museum is set to finally open its doors once more. There will be altered opening hours in line with COVID-19 safety measures.
Entry will remain free, and visitors will be allowed in from 11am-4pm. You will also need to book a specific time slot if you wish to enter the museum.
Manchester Museum’s doors shut over the lockdown from March. They offered the public plenty of online activities, such as exhibitions and workshops, to cure boredom during the quarantine. They are also still running educational streams on YouTube.
For customer safety, a new one-way system is in operation. There will also, of course, be increased cleaning measures and social-distancing put into practice.
Find out more information and book your slot here.