7 Incredible Places For An Unforgettable Booze Free Date In Manchester
Who said sober ain't fun?
The Manchester Art Gallery is a beautiful way to spend a couple of hours walking around. It had a £15 million development which has transformed the gallery, doubling it in size and creating new spaces.
If you and your bae are mega foodies, why not forget the booze and eat your way to pure happniess and viist a mega brunch joint like Fress on Oldham road. Their Croque Monsieur and Brisket Potato Hash are to die for! The cakes in the window are also mega, give them a try!
A traditional good game of bowling is a classic date. Make sure you have your best socks on though because you do have to swap shoes! They take this bowling stuff serious though and all the bowling lanes and pinspotters have been flown over from the USA and they have even got a team of expert technicians on hand to help.
Get your bounce on and visit this epic trampolining park in Stretford. They have 50 interconnected trampolines for you to explore, a mega airbag to practice your moves, performance trampolines so that you can gain some serious airtime, dodgeball courts, reaction walls to test your speed, and lots more activities to get you bouncing! Check out their latest addition - the Bear Grylls Obstacle Course! Cargo nets, balance beams, monkey bars & much more. Its got everything you need to prepare for an obstacle race or simply to train like Bear!
If you are into your classical music then a show at the Bridgwater Hall is a must! It is Manchester's state-of-the-art international concert venue, not to mention is it an architecturally-stunning building hosting over 250 performances a year. Bloody gorgeous!
An independent cinema is a great way to watch something a little different and alternative. Expect thrilling theatre and dance shows, experience great independent films from across the world, dive into the new art in our galleries, have a coffee in their café and browse the cute bookshop.
A perfect way to get lost in technology or Manchester's history and most things are free. Wander around and chat about the exhibitions or indulge in the fun shows and workshops they have on. They also have a cafe when you fancy that coffee break.