National Football Museum
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National Football Museum information
Britain is the birthplace of football and Manchester the home of both the most popular and richest clubs in the world. Fittingly, this blockbuster museum charts the evolution of British football from its earliest days to the multi-billion pound phenomenon it is today. One of the highlights is Football Plus , a series of interactive stations that allow you to test your skills in simulated conditions; buy a credit (£2.50, four for £9) and try your luck – it's recommended for kids over seven.