Discover our brand new exhibition, At Home With The Pankhurst Family! We hope to inspire and motivate new generations of activists with the extraordinary story of Emmeline Pankhurst and her family, and their achievements during the time they lived here in their former home at 62 Nelson Street.
Our hands-on, engaging exhibition explores the family’s lives in radical Manchester and in the house that was to become the birthplace of the suffragette movement.
We re-opened the museum in July 2021 with this exciting new exhibition, which was funded by an AIM Biffa award as part of the Landfill Communities Fund. Join us to take a seat at the table and find out more about how the Pankhursts helped to change the world from this little house in Manchester.
You can book tickets to visit by clicking this link to our museum website