The days are longer, the flowers are blooming, and spring has finally sprung. Easter holidays means one thing to parents, bored kids! This year over the Easter Break from school, why not take your clan for a family-fun trip to Manchester. We’ve put together a list of the highlights so you don’t miss anything
Celebrate all things Easter at the Easter Funfair in Manchester Central from 13-22nd April. Prepare to be thrilled by the rides, awed by the lights and excited by the stalls and games ranging from the classics to brand new. The entire fair is indoors so protected from surprise April Showers. There are games and rides to suit children, and grown-ups of all ages and sizes so even the smallest are entertained. They have a variety of food stalls and vendors so you can stop and refuel, just remember candy floss and rollercoasters don’t mix! One ticket gives you unlimited rides for the entire session so prepare to have very tired children by the end of the day.
It’s hard to keep little minds occupied over school holidays. They won’t want to believe that they can have fun while they learn but a visit to Manchester’s Museum of Science and Discovery will prove them wrong. The museum explores the ideas that have and will change the world and have lots of interactive and exciting exhibitions to excite and entertain even the most restless children. The Easter event centres around fashion, textiles and engineering feats that have changed the way clothes are manufactured and how fashion and science make the perfect duo.
Lego has been a building block (pardon the pun) for children’s imaginations and development for decades now and our love for these magical blocks have carried on well into adulthood. Jump into a life-size box of Lego bricks when you visit Legoland Discovery Centre and encourage your little one to build, play and dream in block form. There are rides, a 4D cinema, a soft play area and many interactive Lego displays to entertain kids ages between 3-10 years. Most importantly, there’s also a café for the grown-ups to rest while the little ones busy themselves.
The urge for kids to stay indoors, stationary and play video games or watch TV is huge and has a huge impact on their health and social skills. This Easter break bring them somewhere they can run around and have fun while ensuring they stay active and engaged! Kickair is the largest indoor activity park in the North West of England and has great activities on-site like trampolining, a ninja warrior course, total wipe-out, climbing wall, basketball, dodgeball, football darts, speedgoal, and Robokeeper. It’s a day of fun for the whole family.
If you’re looking for great value accommodation in Manchester that can comfortably house your family PREMIER SUITES Manchester has you covered. Our Spring & Summer offer is now available and if you stay 3 or more nights you get a massive 20% discount off our standard rates. You will also be automatically enrolled into our loyalty club "Rewards From Us To You" where you will receive double points for your stay. We look forward to welcoming you this Easter Break.