If you’re currently in the process of planning a fun day out in Manchester and are still open to adding attractions and activities to your itinerary, simply continue reading to discover a few ideas that may tempt you.
Planning A Day Out in Manchester:
1. Watch a match at Etihad Stadium or take a guided tour at Etihad stadium
If you have a bit of flexibility when it comes to planning your fun, action packed day in Manchester, it’s well worth trying to plan your day so that you can watch a Manchester City game at their home turf, Etihad Stadium. If it’s not possible to catch a soccer game, it’s still well worth taking a tour of the stadium.
2. Visit Old Trafford the iconic home of one of Manchester City’s biggest rivals Manchester United
If you’re a fan of Manchester United, which is one of the most popular football clubs in the world, it’s also worth taking a tour or watching a Manchester United game at Old Trafford.
3. Take advantage of day use hotel rooms
If you plan on staying for a while and need a place to keep your things or simply rest, you can find several options for day use hotels. This way you can catch up on some sleep, order food, or simply get ready before heading out for more adventures. Simply, check out day rooms Manchester for options.
4. Visit the National Football Museum
As Manchester is home to two highly regarded world famous football clubs, it should come as no shock that Manchester is also home to England’s National Football Museum. Where you’ll get to see the signed shirts of some of the most popular football players to date.
5. Tour the Science and Industry Museum
The Scene and Industry Museum is unique as its housed inside a historic train station, which is regarded as being the first modern train station in the world.
6. Learn how to sky dive, without leaping out of a plane
It’s well worth heading to iFLY Indoor Skydiving, which is conveniently located right in the heart of Manchesters CBD and which will allow you to experience the sensation of skydiving, indoors. So if you’re a bit of a self confessed adrenaline junkie, it’s well worth booking an introductory class with a qualified instructor to ensure that you safely learn the ins and outs of indoor skydiving.
7. Quickly visit the beautiful Manchester Cathedral
While you may not want to spend a long time exploring Manchester Cathedral, it’s still well worth visiting in order to add a dose of history and architecture to your big day out! Manchester Cathedral is one of Manchester’s most recognizable historic buildings and was built in the 13th century.
So if you’re interested in medieval history, you’ll enjoy walking around Manchester Cathedral. If you’re interested daily tours are offered throughout the day.
8. Snowboard down a slope at Chill Factore
Chill Factore is an innovative indoor ski and snow boarding facility, that is well worth visiting, no matter what time of year you visit Manchester.
9. Visit a canal bar for a pint
As it would be a travesty to visit Manchester without enjoying a pint at a local bar, make sure to end your big day out in Manchester in a canal bar in Castlefield. A charming, unique neighbourhood which features a network of intricate, canals.
Hopefully, you now have a few new ideas which you can add to your itinerary for your big day out, exploring Manchester’s attractions.
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