Top Things to Do for the Easter Holidays in Manchester
Welcome to Manchester, the industrial city that turned into a playground for art, culture, fantastic food and drinks, quirky shops and colourful street art. There’s plenty to see and do especially if you plan to visit over the 2023 Easter long weekend. When you’re looking for fun ways to spend your time, we’ve rounded up some eggcellent options, whether you’re after a bottomless brunch, fabulous food and drinks, or an evening out partying, this list will get you started.
Manchester is a hub of history and heritage which means museums and galleries galore! Why not try something science, natural history, culture, or art galleries based for your Easter weekend? There are Easter events going on at the Science and Industry Museum and the Manchester Museum to get you started.
Food and Drink
Manchester is renowned for truly spectacular food and drinks that span fine dining, indie cafes, bars, and even beer micro-breweries. And with Easter coming up, there is no shortage of special events in nearly every venue in the city. Why not get along to Ducie Street Warehouse for evenings of dancing, food, cocktails and Easter Treats? Or perhaps get along to the Easter-themed Bottomless Brunch for a memorable morning with loved ones and take the opportunity to really get the weekend party started.
Get Out For Some Easter Shopping
Whether searching for chocolate and bunnies or clothing and accessories, Easter is a great time to get out and hit the shops. Now we know many aren’t open all weekend but those that are will be bound to have some great Easter treats. Discover vintage treasures in the Northern Quarter, hunt for bargains on the high street, or splash out on designer brands in the city’s many department stores.
Go On An Egg Hunt
Is Easter even complete without an obligatory egg hunt? There are events happening all over the city and beyond with some events being family-friendly while others are for those a little more grown up. But who really is grown up when there’s chocolate involved? You’ll no doubt find the perfect event for your Easter 2023 in Manchester.
Have an Easter Evening Out
Manchester nightlife is known all over the world with renowned clubbing institutions like The Warehouse Project for those who want to rave, hipster bars for those who like the alternative vibe, or for glitz and glamour, head to Spinningfields for a boogie night out. Canal Street is another must-visit, being home to some of the most enthusiastic gay clubs in Europe. With so much happening, you’ll find your perfect Easter night out in the city.
Spend Your Easter Weekend at Ducie Street Warehouse
Central, character-filled, and impossibly cool with the freedom of an apartment with the facilities of a boutique hotel – that’s Ducie Street Warehouse and Native Manchester in a nutshell. For more information about your personalised and extra-special Easter stay, visit the website or reach out to the Ducie Street team.