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The Pankhurst Centre museum will be re-opening on Sundays from 17 July 2022. We'll be celebrating our Sunday re-opening with a commemoration of Emmeline Pankhurst's birthday, which falls in the same week.

This means the museum will now be open EVERY Thursday and Sunday, from 11am - 4pm (except Christmas bank holidays and during January, when we'll be having training for our staff and volunteers).

We'll have lots to see and do for all visitors, including families, and we're very happy that our first Sunday looks set to be a hot day, so visitors can enjoy the beautiful suffragette garden at the Pankhurst Centre. Tickets for the museum can be booked via our museum website where you'll also find details of how to find us, and lots of other information about the museum.


Pankhurst Parlour


Wed, 22/11/2023

I’m Sophie and I have been a volunteer with The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) since October 2022. As an MA Human Rights student, I was seeking

Thu, 29/09/2022

Launching on Monday 3rd October, is Eliza: A Robot Story, a fiction podcast that confronts listeners with questions around evolving technology, gender dynamics and coercive control. 

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