What You Should Do In The City This January

A list of 5 things to do in Manchester this January.


1. Tour Old Trafford Like a Football Legend

Visit the Museum & Stadium Tour at Old Trafford, home to the world-famous Manchester United football team. The stadium tour follows you to walk the players’ tunnel, next to the world famous pitch and visit the dugouts, before getting the view from the Ability Platform.


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2. Be Dazzled by The Lion King

The Palace Theater welcomes the arrival of Disney’s The Lion King. This brilliantly reimagined performance of the 1994 Disney classic explores the story of Simba, a lion cub and his epic journey of becoming King of the Pridelands. This must see performance transports audiences to a dazzling animal kingdom with breathtaking acting, scenery, effects and music. 


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3. Discover The People’s History Museum

The People’s History Museum explores the past, present and future of Britain and democracy. Throughout two galleries, exhibitions, and archives learn about unique stories about people at the centre of social and political activity. Engage in important historical moments through hands-on activities and digital interactives designed for both adults and children to enjoy.


4. Shop Around Chinatown

Manchester’s Chinatown is the second-largest in the country after London. You can find a variety of Chinese businesses, restaurants and supermarkets as well as Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Thai places all offering goods you can’t find anywhere else in Manchester!


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5. Dine and Wine at Climat 

Climat is a refined new rooftop restaurant and wine bar located in Manchester City Centre within Blackfriars House. Tasteful interiors, a french-led menu, a cellar of 300 wines and panoramic city views makes Climat a new mainstay in the Manchester food scene.


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