There’s plenty to do in Manchester, especially during the bank holidays. So to help you make the most of your weekend, here are the best things that you can do this May bank holiday.
Why not take a walk this May Bank holiday? Castlefield is the inner conversation area of Manchester near the River Irwell. It can be a great walk along the river, and you could maybe even have a picnic.
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair at Manchester Cathedral
if you are a fan of vintage clothing, jewerly and home decor, then you should go to Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair this bank holiday Monday. The fair will be From 10am to 5pm on May 3rd, and it’s a great way to support local traders.
Secret City: Drive-In Cinema
This ultimate drive-cinema has been in Manchester since April 15th but is set to end on May 8th, so why not take a trip to the cinema this bank holiday weekend. There’s a range of films on, so what you can watch depends on the day and time you go. But what could be better than a trip to the cinema, where you can watch the film from the comfort of your own car!
Manchester is also home to an inflatable theme park, and spending your bank holiday playing in adult size ball pits and going down slides sounds pretty good to me. They also have loads of build-in inflatable games, so it really is fun for the whole family!