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Hire Science And Industry Museum ~ Dalton Suite

Amenities

Layout

Boardroom

20

Classroom

Cabaret

14

Theatre

30

Restaurant

Open space

About Dalton Suite

Liverpool Road, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4FP

The Museum opened its doors in 1983 and its located on the original terminus of the worlds first inter-city railway, Liverpool Road. There are 5 listed buildings, 2 of them listed Grade 1. In 2011 the Great Western Warehouse, had a £9M refurbishment which houses the Conference Centre and our Revolution Manchester Gallery which has 52 plasma media wall. A further soft refurbishment took place in 2015. Both Revolution Manchester Gallery and The Power Hall, provide guests the opportunity to dine amongst some of the worlds oldest exhibits from the world of science and engineering.

John Dalton was a famous chemist, meteorologist and physicist and the suite named after him is a well-equipped meeting room with a range of technical equipment and breakout areas which makes it suitable for conferences, lectures and training sessions. The Dalton Suite can be hired individually or with the Joule Suite to host conferences and presentations for up to 70 delegates, boardroom meetings for 30 or corporate dinners for 50.

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Ratings & Reviews

EdDecember 29th, 2018

Nice museum is free to enter give you good information on the desk. The exhibits were interesting and had a focus on the impact of the technology on Manchester. Good balanced view on history too. The electricity exhibit was also good to see. Lots of useful info for kids and adults alike. Would very much recommend the visit. Though I think the electricity one was a temporary show.

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Was RazFebruary 19th, 2019

Really nice museum. The upstairs has an experiment area which kids would love. Even eye opening experiments for adults too. Good family fun. Really fascinating and intriguing place. A must see if you visit Manchester.

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Haidar chemFebruary 14th, 2019

Best museum so far. Highly recommend it especially for people who love science. The first floor has many games for kids, so it is perfect for a family journey. Restrooms are super clean. However, down floor (research development art) was under maintenance which we couldn't enter unfortunately. Will absolutely visit it again.

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Paul HickmanFebruary 21st, 2019

Not been to the museum for a few years and took our 4 year old daughter for her first visit. Lots of interesting facts and tales of Manchester's industries. Also a great area of interactive experiments and games, which she loved. Didn't get around all of the buildings sadly, but a great way to spend some time. Best of all it's free!

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Stephanie DalbyFebruary 17th, 2019

Absolutely fantastic! This was well worth driving into Manchester for. We've been to the science museum in London too and this place is vastly superior! No massive queues either which is a massive bonus. There are so many hands on things for young children to do. We went in February half term and there way a Victorian fair on. At £2 per ride it wasn't too badly priced. We also attended the rocket car building session. You have to get tickets but they're free and you keep the car. All the staff we encountered were very friendly and couldn't help enough. We arrived at 9:55 and despite not opening until 10am they let myself and my 4 year old daughter use the toilets.

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