What is the Top Floor?
Open to public visitors 2-4pm Tuesday - Friday
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.
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 College, a Specialist College for Creative Education.
For more information about the Top Floor please contact topfloorMM@manchester.ac.uk