The full address of the venue is The National Football Museum, Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG and the what3words is inch.hoot.commented.
The main entrance to the museum has automatic door access. There is step free access throughout the building, via lift that takes to all floors of the building and ramps to all raised areas.
Induction loops are located at the reception and information desk.
Wheelchairs are available for public use, free of charge. Please book in advance.
Accessible toilets are available at the National Football Museum. They are located on the ground floor and levels 1, 2 and 4.
Assistance animals are welcome at the museum, and water bowls are available upon request.
The events at this venue are:
Tino Sehgal: This entry
This event takes place in the National Football Museum. The event will be set up as an exhibition.
The closest stations to the National Football Museum are:
Manchester Victoria station: 0.1 miles
Exchange Square tram: 0.1 miles
St Peter’s Square tram: 0.7 miles
Manchester Piccadilly station: 0.9 miles
Click on the links above to find detailed access information for each station.
Piccadilly Station is a 20-minute walk (0.9 miles) to the museum. Alternatively, you can take a short Metrolink tram ride to Victoria Station and then a 2-minute walk (0.1 miles) to the National Football Museum entrance.
There are five bike racks located on Corporations Street next to the museum. The nearest cycle parking facility can be found at the City Tower Cycle Hub next to Piccadilly Gardens, a 10-minute walk from the museum.
There is a bus stop (Printworks stop NP) right outside the museum on Corporation Street served by many different routes. Bus: 100, 135, 2, 41, 59.
The free city centre Metroshuttle service number 2 stops at the museum and links directly to Deansgate and Oxford Road train stations as well as other Metroshuttle services.
Q-Park Deansgate – 0.4 miles away from museum. Has 23 accessible bays.
Q-Park Deansgate North, 2 Chapel St, Manchester M3 7WJ
Market street (5 bays) – 0.2 miles (Opposite Marks and Spencer)