What is the Top Floor?
Open to public visitors 2-4pm Tuesday - Saturday
The Top Floor is a space for people to come together to learn, share ideas, build community, and make plans. You’ll find education groups, charities, artists, writers, social enterprises, staff, and students working collaboratively with a shared commitment to environmental and social justice.
Manchester Museum is registered as a specialist education provider and a charity. We are committed to supporting people to take action on the issues they care about and together move towards a more fair and sustainable future for Manchester and beyond.
You’ll find education groups, charities, artists, writers, social enterprises, staff and students working collaboratively with a shared commitment to environmental and social justice.
Together we care for the collections, people and important social issues and promote engaging in cultural activity to improve the mental health of people in our communities.
The Top Floor includes flexible and dynamic spaces prioritised for the use of our co-working partners and events and activities programmed in partnership between Manchester Museum and our communities.
These include a classroom, seminar room, lounge, greenhouse, artist studio, therapy room, co-working desks, and a creative workshop space. We are also home to Pinc, a Specialist College for Creative Education.
For more information about the Top Floor please contact topfloorMM@manchester.ac.uk