I’m carrying on the updates from our mini-break away to Manchester last month, obviously the day before this we visited the Jewish Museum, which you can read about here, but for our next day out we decided to take a trip down memory lane to one of the first places my partner ever took me when I used to go and visit him all those years ago.
I LOVE museums, I would much rather spend my day at the museum, zoo, nature reserve or anything to with nature and history, I'm just obsessed so when my partner suggested we take a trip back to the science and industry museum I was so excited! The museum is free to visit but you have to book your free ticket in advance so they can keep a check on capacity numbers, but I think you’ll agree once you’ve seen it, that this museum is worth far more than it’s free ticket.
We started by taking a walk through Manchester City Centre as we’d parked about 25 mins walk away from the museum, but we got to reconnect with the city a bit AND we got to see all the cute pumpkin decorations the council had put on the trees for halloween! I used to love seeing how much effort the city would go to to decorate for each season, I remember one year they placed GIANT inflatable monsters with big arms and tentacles on top of prominent buildings in the city centre and they would flail around on the top of the buildings all day (go and look it up, its not scary I promise).