Maldron Hotel Manchester City Centre is the perfect base for families. Conveniently located near so many of the city’s top sights and attractions, you and your family don’t have to worry about walking miles to see everything!
Located in the city’s historic Corn Exchange, you’ll find a food court here with some brilliant food options for the family. Whether you’re looking for a lunchtime pit-stop or an evening meal, you’ll find every kind of cuisine on offer here. From Italian and German to Asian and Vietnamese – the options are endless!
While some parents might be reluctant to take younger children here due to the impending sugar rush, if you have older children who would appreciate the fine art of chocolate-making, Cocoa Cabana is a fantastic place to eat in Manchester if you’re craving something rich and chocolatey.
Undoubtedly one of the coolest places to bring your kids for a pit-stop whilst exploring the city, Black Milk is a milkshake bar with its origins inspired by the fantastical treats from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. From waffles to milkshakes to ice-cream sundays, Black Milk is the ultimate holiday treat!
Located just a 20-minute drive from Maldron Manchester, another brilliant attraction to enjoy with the kids on a rainy day is the LEGOLAND Discover Centre.
Combining fun with immersive activities, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre lets kids (and adults!) of all ages enjoy VR experiences, play with millions of LEGO bricks and there’s even an exciting 4D cinema and Miniland for them to enjoy.
Located just a 20-minute drive from our Manchester city centre hotel, the spectacular Fletcher Moss Park and Botanical Gardens are an idyllic place in Greater Manchester for families to hang out.
They’re open all year round, come rain or shine, so whether you’re visiting Manchester in the middle of winter or at the height of summer, you’ll have an awesome place to let the kids run free outside!
Visiting the National Football Museum is a must if you’re a family of footy fans. Here you can check out the greatest display football memorabilia in England and learn all about the history of this much-loved sport. You and the kids can also test your football skills with their penalty shootout. Tickets must be purchased in advance with prices ranging from £5.50 for children and £10.50 for adults.
For a slightly more educational and cultural activity to do in Manchester as a family, head to the Science and Industry Museum for a fun-filled day including incredible exhibitions such as Amazônia, Mini Movers and early years construction.
If you’re a Man United family, you’ll want to check out the Old Trafford stadium tour. You can experience the “Theatre of Dreams” from the perspective of the players themselves as you walk through the player’s tunnel and walk out to the world-famous pitch.