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5 Activities to Try in Manchester This Weekend

Manchester is one of the most popular cities in the UK. It is a tourist hotspot and is a city steeped in rich history and heritage. Those of you with a musical ear, will no doubt be well aware of the fact that the city has gifted the world some of the greatest musicians the planet has ever seen. With the likes of the Stone Roses, Oasis, the Smiths, and of course, the legendary Club Hacienda. If you’re a music lover, Manchester will already be on your radar, but in truth, the city has plenty more to offer you as well. If you’re planning a city break this weekend, here are 5 activities in Manchester that you simply have to try before you head home.

Take in the art in the Northern Quarter 

Manchester is a beautiful city that is steeped in rich history and heritage, as previously mentioned. If you’re looking to get some culture in your life, though, a trip to the northern part of the city will not disappoint. The northern quarter is a vibrant, trendy, and cultural part of the city that is an art-lover’s dream come true. There are countless art galleries to visit, including the Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth Art Gallery. On top of that, along the way you’ll see some of the most amazing street art you’ll likely have ever encountered.

Visit a casino

 Finally, Manchester is home to some of the best casinos in the country. Whether you’re looking to win big at Poker or Blackjack, or simply spend a few quid in the slots and hopefully win a little extra spending money, be sure to check out the casinos on offer here.

With operators like Genting, Grosvenor and Manchester235, there is a wide range of options for those looking to try their look, and for those who prefer to go online you can choose sites findbettingsites online casinos.

The Crystal Maze

 Those of you who were growing up in the 90s will no doubt remember the Crystal Maze on TV. This gameshow was ahead of its time, so much so in fact, that two decades later, it was rebooted for the TV. It turns out, though, that it was also turned into a real life attraction that people can take part in. The Crystal Maze live action experience allows people to enter the Crystal Maze and complete quests and puzzles exactly like the TV show. The attention-to-detail in this attraction is astonishing. It is identical to being on the TV show, without the cameras.

A tour of Old Trafford

 Unless you happen to be a Man City fan, we strongly recommend that you enjoy a tour of Manchester United’s ground. Old Trafford is one of the largest, most popular football grounds in the world. It is a stadium that has been graced by the presence of some of the greatest names in the world of football. Eric Cantona, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Peter Schmeichel, Ryan Giggs, Bobby Charlton, Paul Scholes and George Best, to name but a few. And that’s not including the opposition. A tour of the stadium is very interesting, especially as you get to enjoy some behind-the-scenes, insights from your tour guides.

Visit Chinatown

 If you’re a fan of Chinese cuisine, Chinatown is a no-brainer. Even if not, though, it is still well worth a visit. Chinatown in Manchester is reportedly the largest in all of Europe, and it is certainly a sight to behold. The architecture here is superb, as is the food and the shops.

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