Manchester Museum of Science and Industry
Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) is dedicated to the evolution of technology and offers visitors the chance to learn more about the city's contributions in the fields of industry and science. The museum is a key point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage and is built on the site of the world's first railway station, which was operational from 1830 to 1975.
Located just minutes from central Manchester, MOSI offers ample on-site parking and is clearly signposted on all major routes into the city. Comfortable accommodation can be found at the Radisson Blu Manchester Airport hotel, a convenient location for visitors, offering fast and regular trains to Manchester city centre.
What's on at the MOSI?
With so much to see and do at the MOSI, visitors to this Manchester museum will be spoilt for choice. From interactive experiments to a 4D theatre, complete with moving seats and spraying water, the Manchester Science and Industry Museum offers entertainment for all ages.
Visitors can explore the underground depths of a Victorian sewer and take part in interactive games and challenges in the museum's Revolution Manchester gallery, before having their photo displayed on a huge digital sculpture alongside some of the city's most notable inventors. After trying their hand at a science experiment, guests can enjoy a freshly-cooked meal or light bite in the museum's restaurant or coffee shop.
Visit the Museum of Science and Industry from a conveniently located hotel
For those planning to visit Manchester's MOSI, the Radisson Blu Hotel at Manchester Airport offers guests a relaxing and sophisticated ambiance in which to unwind. With 360 rooms and suites, several dining options, complimentary health club access and a direct connection to terminals 1 and 2 of Manchester airport, the Radisson Blu Hotel couples convenience with four-star style.