The Pankhurst Museum
Visit the Pankhurst Centre, the home of Emmeline Pankhurst and her family, and the birthplace of the suffragette movement! Discover the story of votes for women, in the building that started it all.
Visit Us: Our address is 60-62 Nelson Street, Manchester, M13 9WP
The museum entrance is situated on Nelson Street, off Oxford Road and opposite Manchester Royal Infirmary main entrance.
Museum Opening Times
The Pankhurst Centre is open every Thursday, 10am-4pm and the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, 1pm-4pm.
Sunday Openings 2018:
October 14th & 28th, November 11th and 25th, December 9th
Pankhurst Centre Christmas/New Year Closure:
Monday 17th December 2018- Wednesday 9th January 2019
Open Thurday 10th January 2019
Group tours (15-30 people) on Tuesdays by arrangement email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to hire the Centre for your meeting or group? Complete this form and email it to email@example.com to check our availability.
The building dates back to the Georgian period, so the building is not as accessible as we would like.
Wheelchair users are advised to call 0161 273 5763 ahead of their visit. The doorbell at the rear of the building can be used.
Buggies and Prams
We welcome buggies and prams in the Pankhurst Centre.
How to Get Here
We have no onsite visitor parking (parking is for Manchester Women’s Aid staff only).
There is a NCP/Manchester Royal Infirmary car park on Grafton Street , a short walk away. Up to 3 hours – £2.50, 3-6 hours £5 and 6-24 hours £15.
Oxford Road Station and Piccadilly Train Station are a walk or bus journey from the Pankhurst Centre.
Several bus routes run from the city centre towards the Manchester Royal Infirmary. These include the following services: 15, 18, 41, 42, 43, 50, 53,111,142,143,147,197, V1, V2
We currently have no facilities for cycle parking at the Centre. There are public bike racks available outside Morrison’s on Grafton Street and at the corner of Oxford Road and Nelson Street.
We have a small shop in the museum with suffragette and feminist-themed items for sale. All proceeds help us to keep the Centre open and running.
Volunteer at the Museum
The museum is run by an incredible team of volunteers who are dedicated to helping visitors connect the past with the present and engage in the history of women’s suffrage, keeping interest in our vital work going. If you’d like to help out at the museum you can volunteer your time - visit our volunteers page for details.