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Register with Facebook Register with your email. I want to receive email updates from Hip2Save. The event also gives little ones the chance to meet the mermaids out of water, learn how to tie ship mate knots like a real pirate, learn how to speak mermaid and walk the plank. Every Saturday in August between 12pm and 3pm you'll be able to watch the mermaids swimming in the ocean tank alongside giant sea turtles Cammy and Ernie. You can book online. It was already a popular attraction for kids of all ages and that was before the arrival of Play Factore's VR gaming experience.
Boasting the tallest standing indoor slide in the country, laser tag arena, go-kart track and zip wire, there's lots to keep children entertained. You can engage as a single player or play alongside someone and with three gaming scenarios to choose from, you can decide whether to battle beings from other planets or take out the undead. Players, who must be 1.
A massive new inflatable zone has opened at Trafford Park's Total Ninja just in time for the school holidays. The activity park is popular for its ninja runs, featuring everything from tilting beams and rotating logs, to a jump tower and foam pits. And now it's even better, with the addition of a new inflatable park for ages five and over. Pay an extra fiver and they can have two hours. To find out more, or to book tickets, visit the website. Swipe right through the gallery below to see more images of the new inflatable park and see the M.
N's Manchester Family trying out the new zone here.
Young plane lovers once again have the chance to step into a pilot's shoes at Manchester Airport's Flight Academy this summer. Kids get to board a real aircraft and learn about the different roles on board a plane at the airport's Runway Visitor Park throughout the school holidays. There are separate sessions running for children aged three to five, four to seven and eight to 12, with dates available throughout the long break.
Then Sundays are Fun Days is returning between July 28 and September 1, with a variety of children's rides and inflatables. Visit the website to book. It might be a bit chilly but at least you'll be keeping dry inside Chill Factore, which recently relaunched its Snow Park. The new four-lane Snow Slide has been added where up to eight people can ride at one time, so the entire family can be involved.
And if you want to try out skiing or snowboarding at the venue, there's 50 percent off lessons over the summer.
Families are promised 'catchy songs, interactive scenes, plenty of adventure and a few surprises along the way' as the much-loved book by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury is brought to life. Pick up a trail map from the welcome desk or at the Lowry Outlet and follow the trail to find the hidden bears. Fun free activities for children aged five to 11 will run daily between August 1 and September 1, from 11am to 4pm.
Visit the website for more details. See the Manchester Family Facebook page here for a chance to win tickets. Every Tuesday - between 10am and 12pm and from 1pm to 3pm - it's Toys Through Times, when children can have a go with traditional toys from the past. See how they have changed over the years and how they compare to toys children play with in modern times.
There's more fun at the Victorian street Lark Hill Place, which is hosting Washday Wednesdays every week between 11am and 2pm and the Lark Hill Place Sweet Shop opens every Friday between 10am and noon and again from 1pm to 3pm. Families can get some treats from Mr Tomlinson's Sweet Shop in return for a donation to the museum.
See the full list of activities here. Families can visit Stockport's intriguing network of underground tunnels which offer an unparalleled insight into life in wartime Britain in the s. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the experiences of local people during the war and in the school holidays there are explorer tours for children aged seven and over to brave the darkened tunnels between 6.
Under 16s go free with a paying adult. We have a dedicated Facebook page bringing you all the latest on family events in Greater Manchester, as well as news, reviews, and advice. Please feel free to join here. And you can also follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with all the family events happening. There are loads of different events planned at Cockfields to keep the kids busy over summer and there's plenty of space to keep dry inside.
Activities are included in the farm admission price. Kids can find out first-hand how British soldiers survived on the Western Front, see the uniform they wore, the equipment they used and the rations they ate at this educational and informative event. Some special visitors have arrived at the shopping centre as it plays host to Ocean Commotion this summer. Lion Fish walkabouts, these sea creatures will be lurking around corners of the centre, take out your phones and upload a selfie using oceancommotionbury.
Appearances will be at 11am Entry is off Angouleme Way and via Rochdale Road. It houses restored vehicles, original artifacts and interactive exhibits, to help your family explore the lives and jobs of people in the early 20th Century. Discover the horse drawn tram that was once a chip shop, learn about how 'Hilda' the steam roller almost met her end and meet the bus with a history in movies. There's a dress-up section and there's the chance to have a go in the driving seat of one of the old buses Museum entry is free although a donation is requested. It's the Summer of Tolkien at the museum and family-friendly sessions will include crafts and special artist-led sessions.
See the full list of events on the website. There's lots of pirate themed fun of offer at the museum's Great Pirate Adventure this summer.
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Free activities are running hourly from 11am until 3pm Monday to Saturday between July 22 and August Tickets are free but sessions need to be booked in advance online. While you're at the museum you could also check out Bolton's Egypt exhibition, which opened last year. Families can see the 'Land and People' gallery, which is the largest and brightest gallery space there, and offers 'a vivid celebration of life in Ancient Egypt'. Five large glass archways are filled with artefacts relating to the everyday lives of Ancient Egyptian people.
You can walk beneath the arches, with mass displays of objects surrounding you, to an evocative chorus of river sounds, bird calls, voices, music and children playing. As well as the exhibition, the Central Library and Museum building also houses Greater Manchester's only public aquarium, where you can meet exotic fish, creatures and wildlife from all over the world, including flesh eating piranhas from South America. The museum is open 9am to 5pm on Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday. To find out more, visit the website. For more details and to see what else is on for families at the gallery, visit the website.
They can see some of the oldest engines at the venue, which is open on Fridays and on the first Sunday in the month, between 10am and 4pm. It's free, you can just drop-in and the ground floor level gives reasonable access for wheelchairs and buggies.
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Hot and cold drinks and confectionery are available whenever the museum is open, with home-made cakes or other additional offers on monthly open days. Find out more on the website here. Sessions run every Friday and Saturday between 11am and 3pm until August 31 and include face painting, pirate pottery painting, treasure chest building more. The town centre will play host to dinosaur shows throughout the day on August 17, with appearances between 9am and 4pm.
But now it just got even more appealing for families with the opening of its own Butterfly House. Wednesday is the day to get creative with Wacky Wednesday craft activities, taking place from July 24 to August