The buildings of Liverpool Road station are one of the most incredible things about the site on which the Museum of Science and Industry sits—but a huge fire over 150 years ago almost destroyed these historic structures.
In this section, you’ll get a glimpse behind the scenes of the museum—from a day in the life of a volunteer and team building exercises, to the logistics of decanting our galleries or putting on a late event.
The Morson Maker Space at the University of Salford has just celebrated its first birthday! The Maker Space encompasses all things good about the university’s mission to transform lives, stimulate discovery and realise potential.
Stephenson’s Rocket is to return to Manchester for the first time in over 180 years this September.
Following the announcement that Power UP will return to Manchester this summer, we take a look at some of the most influential characters in gaming’s long history.
Today marks the 40th anniversary since aviator David Cook used his modified Volmer VJ 23E hang-glider, powered by a go-kart engine, to cross the English Channel in 1978. The hang-glider is now part of our collection here at the museum, and to mark the occasion, Assistant Curator Lewis Pollard spoke to David about his historic journey.