The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, England, is a large museum devoted to the development of science, technology and industry with emphasis on the city's achievements in these fields.
There are extensive displays on the theme of transport (cars, aircraft, railway locomotives and rolling stock), power (water, electricity, steam and gas engines), Manchester's sewerage and sanitation, textiles, communications and computing.
There are two onsite eateries, The Warehouse Canteen, serving healthy snacks, lunches and homemade cakes, and the Coffee Shop with floor-to ceiling windows from which you can look out over the historic buildings of Liverpool Road. We recruit staff for various shifts within our restaurant, coffee shop and events within the museum. Work is available throughout the year at weekends and weekdays, as well as evening events.
How to find us:
The Museum of Science and Industry is located on Liverpool Road in Castlefield, minutes from Manchester city centre. It is clearly signposted from all main routes into the city – simply follow the brown tourist signs. The nearest motorways are the M602 and the M60.
All 3 of Manchester’s free Metroshuttle bus services stop on Byrom Street, just 5 minutes’ walk away.
Nearest Metrolink stop: Deansgate–Castlefield, 10 minutes’ walk away.