Manchester Days Out Re-opening April 2021
Discover which Greater Manchester and Manchester days out attractions will be re-opening in April 2021.
After months of having nowhere to go, lots of days outdoor days out attractions, including play farms, zoos, theme parks, drive-in cinemas and more will be set to open on 12th April 2021 (restrictions dependant) in time for the second week of the Easter Holidays.
To help you plan some fun days out we have put together a list of which outdoor days out around Manchester have announced that they will be re-opening in April 2021.
Please check the restrictions before setting off in case of changes to the road map. See the current restrictions here.
Which Manchester Days Out will be Reopening April 2021?
Cockfields Farm Park Ashton-Under-Lyne – ReOpening 12th April 2021
Cockfield’s Farm Park on the border of Ashton-Under-Lyne and Oldham have announced that they will be re-opening their doors on the 12th April 2021 for outdoor fun. Along with the chance to meet their animals, they also boast a huge bouncy pillow, large playframe and beach area, playground, play tunnels, and more. Booking is required due to reduced capacity.
Rock Over Climbing Kids Taster Sessions – 12th April 2021
Rock Over Climbing will be opening up their walls for lots of fun including their Kids Taster Sessions. The sessions will be running through the school holidays and weekends. Sessions must be booked in advance.
Dinofalls Adventure Golf, Trafford City – Reopening 29th March 2021
Dinofalls actually opens on the 29th March 2021 inline with the government rules for golf courses. Dinofalls boasts two dinosaur-themed 18 hole courses to choose from and is aimed at children and adults of all ages. Booking in advance is required.
Treetop Treks Manchester – Reopening 29th March 2021
Another Manchester day out, opening on 29th March is Treetop Trek Manchester. Based in Heaton Park they have activities that both adults and children from age 3 can enjoy. From the high rope Full Trek high up in the trees to lower Mini Treks and Treetop Nets there is something for the whole family. Booking in advance is required.
Projekts MCR Skatepark – 29th March 2021
Projekts MCR Skatepark will be reopening up with open sessions, lessons at weekends, and holiday courses. Booking is required.
Trafford Treetop Adventures – 2nd April 2021
Reopening early April Trafford Treetop Adventures is a great day out offering 30 fun and exciting obstacles including speedy zip lines, mid-air jumps, tight ropes, and more. Booking in advance is required.
Three Sisters Circuit Junior Karting – 29th March 2021
The fun outdoor race track based in Wigan offers both arrive and drive sessions and karting school for over 8’s. It will be reopening on 29th March 2021. Places must be booked in advance.
Chill Factore Snow Park, Trafford City – 12th April 2021
The snow adventure park will be reopening for lots of family fun. Kids and families can enjoy the Ice Slide, Downhill Donuts and Sledge ‘n’ Slide. Booking is required in advance.
Days Out Around Manchester
Totally Roarsome Northwest, Mottram Hall – Opening 12th April 2021
Totally Roarsome is back for 2021 with a new location at Mottram Hall. Discover over 100 life-size models of dinosaurs, superheroes, unicorns and lots more. Booking is required in advance.
Bewilderwood, Cheshire – Opening 12th April 2021
The brand new outdoor adventure park BeWilderwood is opening its doors for the first time on 12th April 2021. Based in Whitchurch, around an hour away from Manchester is features treehouses, zip wires, slides, mazes, and lots more. Tickets need to be booked online in advance and have been selling out quickly.
Beaches around Manchester
With the stay-at-home order set to end on the 29th March 2021, we can travel a bit further for that well-needed fresh air. If you fancy a trip to the seaside check out our guide to Manchester’s closest beaches here.
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