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It’s Cold: So Here Are 5 Fun Places To Go Indoors In Manchester

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Yes – so it’s technically summer. About that. Where’s the sun, exactly?

This means that you can’t spend your evenings chin-wagging in a beer garden, or your weekends having a BBQ in the great outdoors.

What we all need is a list of 5 super fun things that we can do indoors in Manchester whilst the weathers a bit shite for a while.

Let’s be having it then…

1. Base Bar

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Base Bar is Manchester’s first ever baseball batting cage venue. You turn up with your pals, take a bat into a cage, and whack on-coming balls into next week.
If you’ve had a stressful day (or 5) at work, you can get it all off your chest at Base Bar.

Find out more here.

2. Virtual Hideout

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Virtual Breakout is a gaming experience like no other. They’ve used the latest technology to offer a next-gen virtual reality game experience. And it’s the real deal.

With Ninja Slice, a Space Pirate Trainer, an immersive horror experience and much more – an entire afternoon can easily feel like half an hour here.

Take a look here.

3. Treetop Adventure Golf

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Crazy golf is becoming a popular addition to the city centre. And we’re all for it.

Treetop Adventure Golf opened recently in The Printworks, and it takes the biscuit. Choose from 3 18 hole courses, get rewarded for your hole-in-ones, and even get a shot at earning a free round during the obligatory “19th hole”.

Take a look here.

4. Flight Club

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Flight Club is Social Darts and the first of it’s kind in Manchester after huge success in London. All about the experience, this makes darts cool. Forget dingy pub, this place is all creating a unique night out. Added bonus that it is totally instagramable.

Find out more here.

5. Breakout

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Grab a slice of intrigue, action and fun with live escape room specialists Breakout, they have two popular Manchester sites – one by the iconic Town Hall in the city centre and the other on the High Street.

One hour. One room. Many brain cells required… Can you escape?

Find out more here.

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