The National Paralympic Heritage Trust's regional exhibition at the National Football Museum, Manchester

We are very excited about this upcoming exhibition in partnership with the National Football Museum (NFM) and Manchester City Council. Manchester has an enormous and inspiring disability sport and Paralympic history and to be celebrating this city’s achievement through an exhibition at the NFM in a Paralympic Year, Tokyo 2020, is both appropriate and right. Many of you who are residents of the city will have a story to tell of involvement from coach to fundraiser to athlete to spectator. Make sure you share your stories and become part of displays that recognise the importance of this sector and the recording of its history! 

Visiting the National Football Museum

  • Automatic door access at main entrance
  • Staffed Lift to all floors
  • Ramps to all raised areas
  • Disabled parking on Todd Street (outside Victoria Station)
  • 130+ disabled parking spaces in the nearby NCPs (Arena, Exchange, Shudehill, High Street)
  • Accessible toilets on ground floor and levels 1, 2 and 4
  • Induction loops at reception and information desks
  • Assistance animals permitted
  • Water bowls available for assistance animals
  • Wheelchairs on request (please call before your visit so we can make sure one is available)
  • Guided tours on request
  • Large print guide available on your visit

For more information on Accessibility, visit the NFM website

Partners include:

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