Suggested duration of visit: 1 hour. Please note: The galleries close at 4pm. As such, visitors should only book the 3:30pm timed-entry if they are happy to experience the exhibition in a reduced 30 minute session. Thank you.
Days Like These is a new exhibition which shares the stories of Salford in 2020, using paintings, photographs, films and poetry contributed by some of the 245,000 residents of the city - from empty Salford streets and the joy of reuniting, to the impact on frontline workers and the challenges of being alone. The exhibition wants to reflect the hopes and fears of everyone, then and now, and after you have seen the exhibition, we hope you contribute too.
Alongside is a new display of the best of Salford’s own LS Lowry – an artist known for his paintings of crowded city streets, and vast empty landscapes.
The exhibition forms part of the Spirit of Salford initiative – a scheme designed to celebrate the unique personality and pioneering spirit of Salford.
• The Galleries will open for weekends only and booking is essential.
• Our opening hours will be 11-4 on Saturdays and Sundays.
• Social distancing measures are in place together with a one-way system
• Visits to the gallery will be via timed entry slots so please ensure you arrive on time (late comers may be declined entry)
• All tickets must be bought in advance and there is a maximum number of 6 tickets per booking.
• All tickets within a particular group must be purchased by one booker and each group must consist of one household or support bubble.
• When you arrive at The Lowry temperature checks and security controls will be in place.
• Face coverings are mandatory at all times throughout the venue and entry will be denied if face coverings are not worn.
• No food or drink will be allowed into the galleries.
• Always follow instructions given by our staff as well as signage and notifications to ensure the safety of everyone in the building and maintain social distancing from all other households or support bubbles at all times.
Do not attend the venue and contact us immediately if you:
• believe you may be infected with COVID-19;
• have experienced symptoms in the last 14 days;
• have been in close proximity to anyone who has experienced symptoms in the last 14 days;
• have arrived in England in the last 14 days and are not covered by the exemption rules relating to self-isolation; or
• have been instructed to self-isolate.
These measures are designed to keep everyone safe and ensure that everyone has a great time. Please respect our staff at all times as they implement these measures for everyone's wellbeing - and most importantly we hope you enjoy your visit!
Please take a look at our FAQs in advance of your visit. – www.thelowry.com/coronavirus
Whether you’re a die-hard football fan, planning a visit with your family or on a break to Manchester, enjoy a visit to England’s only national museum for football.
Learn more about the game of our lives, see iconic objects, and sharpen your skills in the museum’s football challenges.
To coincide with our reopening, the museum is celebrating the legends of the game in our first ever dedicated Hall of Fame exhibition. Opening in the Score Gallery, our latest exhibition focuses on those players and managers who have contributed significantly to the game of our lives: breaking records, winning trophies, and paving the way for future generations, on and off the field.
Opening days: Thursday – Sunday
Opening times: 10:00am – 5pm (last entry 4pm)
In keeping with current government guidelines, visitors cannot book more than six tickets for any given time slot.
Concession applies to: Full Time Students, 65+ and Unemployed.
The museum receives financial support from Manchester City Council. As part of that arrangement city residents benefit from free admission.
Existing ticket holders can book their time slot free of charge.
Tickets are currently only bookable four weeks in advance.