Pioneers Museum Plan your visit We are re- opening in June! Opening hours in June Thursdays and Fridays 10:00-16:00 Rochdale Pioneers Museum will re-open to the general public in June**, on Thursdays and Fridays only for the first month after which open days will be extended. Visitors will not need to book in advance but will be expected to wear a face covering and to use the NHS Track and Trace system in order to prevent the spread of infections. What you need to know when you visit: We are still free to visit You can visit in a group of six or two households The building has a one way system, sanitisers and capacity limits in place We are putting extra cleaning regimes in place for your safety If you are an organised group: We can take bookings for groups and schools on other days (Monday to Wednesday) in addition to the public open days for visits in person as well as digital talks and workshops. To book, please email [email protected] with your request. **Please be aware that our plans to re-open are subject to both national and regional developments and therefore we strongly advise that you check this website before making a planned visit. FAQ’s Can I volunteer at the museum? At the moment we are only taking remote volunteers to help us with our archive work. We are keen to recruit museum based volunteers after we have re-opened. If you are free..can I donate to the Co-operative Heritage Trust? Yes please! We have lost the majority of our income and every donation we receive helps us rebuild for the future. Donate at https://www.co-operativeheritage.coop/Appeal/Donate How to find us By car or coach - Leave the M62 at junction 20. Take A664 (Edinburgh Way) and turn right on Manchester Road. Turn right after Rochdale Exchange Centre. Don't forget to use 31 Toad Lane in your Sat Nav instead of the postcode. By Train or Tram - Leave Rochdale station and walk towards the river. Cross the concourse and walk up Yorkshire Street until you reach the Baum passage on the left (sign- posted for the museum). We are opposite St Mary’s in the Baum Church.