With storm Caroline set to batter England with winds of up to 80mph over the next few days, it’s time to stay in. However, if leaving the house is paramount for you, then there are some activities in our great city that are indoors and will keep you entertained throughout this festive season.
It’s time to meet the ropes if you haven’t already. Visit the Manchester Climbing Centre for climbing sessions suitable for kids and adults. If climbing sounds appealing enough to you, then start with an introductory session from just 30£. It’s a great way to socialise and work on your fitness.
If you are looking for something different, this is it. Breakout is a unique fun friends or family activity. In teams of 2 – 5 you have 60 minutes to escape a locked room using only the power of your brain. The more people who take part in the game then the cheaper the game becomes. It is also cheaper to play the game between Monday 10am – Friday before 5pm.
Discover skiing, snowboarding and real snow rides at Chill Factore in Manchester. There are Ski and Snowboard lessons for all levels, ages and abilities. Chill Factore has everything for a great day out. It also offers bars, cafes and restaurants and some of the UK’s leading outdoor clothing shops offering big brand names. Prices vary.
Want to bounce? Give the Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park in Trafford a visit. There are 150 interconnected trampolines to explore, a mega airbag to practice your moves, performance trampolines, dodgeball courts to challenge your friends, a super squishy foam pit to leap into and lots more activities! Prices vary based on the type of trampoline, time and game. If you are unsure about how sturdy the trampolines are, then check out these honest trampoline reviews to see how safe they are.
Does speed excite you? Visit Daytona Manchester, the UK’s premier indoor karting venue. The venue offers exciting race events on the challenging tarmac GP circuit for groups, private parties and racing enthusiasts. Over 25,000 drivers race at Daytona Manchester each year, with the circuits welcoming drivers aged 5 and over. Prices vary.