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Manchester with young kids

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Manchester with young kids
Many of Manchester's top attractions are appealing to children, so it is easy to entertain families. And the mix of indoor and outdoor means you can find year-round fun.
Good for: Families, Groups
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Museum of Science & Industry
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Museum of Science & Industry

The Museum of Science and Industry includes permanent galleries spread across five historic buildings and collections ranging from early textile machinery to modern X-ray equipment.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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Chill Factore
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Chill Factore

At Chill Factore go indoor skiing or snowboarding year round. There is also snow tubing, a luge slide, or just snow play. You can rent warm clothing, from jackets to gloves, or bring your own. There is a climbing wall for those who prefer to go up rather than down.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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Legoland Discovery Centre, Manchester
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Legoland Discovery Centre, Manchester

Located in Barton Square at The Trafford Centre, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is made up of a series of interactive features to immerse kids into a world where their imagination can run wild with creative inspiration at every turn. Featuring a whole host of exciting attractions from the Kingdom Quest ride to an amazing recreation of the North West’s most iconic buildings, the Centre... More

Located in Barton Square at The Trafford Centre, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is made up of a series of interactive features to immerse kids into a world where their imagination can run wild with creative inspiration at every turn. Featuring a whole host of exciting attractions from the Kingdom Quest ride to an amazing recreation of the North West’s most iconic buildings, the Centre not only provides fun for LEGO fans young and old, but fantastic educational benefits too.The Centre involves just one entry fee, with all attractions included in the cost. Tickets are available online from just £8.10 per person.The Centre is open from 10am seven days a week. The Centre remains open until 7pm daily, with the last admission at 5pm. Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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People's History Museum
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People's History Museum

This history museum chronicles the lives of Manchester's working people during the past one hundred years.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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Abbotsfield Park
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Abbotsfield Park

Abbotsfield Park has two playgrounds. On Sundays, kids can ride (for a small fee) the ½ mile track of the Miniature Railway.

Fee: No      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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