Manchester United museum offers free glimpse of trophies to supporters

By Culture24 Reporter | 24 April 2014

Manchester United fans can enjoy free entry to the club's award-winning museum until the end of the month

A photo of a red football shirt
The shirt of Ryan Giggs, Manchester United's Interim Manager, at the club's museum© Courtesy Manchester United Museum
David Moyes might have left the building, but United fans can console themselves with a gallery devoted to David Beckham, a “breathtaking” collection of silverware and souvenir photos at the club’s museum, where a free admission offer has been extended until the end of the month.

Originally announced for March, admission prices will remain suspended for another week at the award-winning museum. Visitors can also pay for a Stadium Tour allowing them to sit in the dug-out and ponder who their next manager might be.

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