What You Should Do In And Around Manchester This April

Spring has finally sprung, and here are a few things that we recommend you should do to make the most of Manchester this April. 


1. Get Outdoors at Spot the Deer at Lyme Park

Located south of Disley, Cheshire, just beyond Manchester is Lyme Park. This National Trust park includes a glorious historic manor house, formal gardens, moorland and a deer park. It is a perfect place for a family ramble this spring.



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2. Book a Table at Coveted Mana Restaurant

A Michelin-starred restaurant in Ancoats, Mana has well-deserved global recognition. This stylish, modern restaurant serves high-end British cuisine with wine pairings to match. If you are looking to indulge this month, make a reservation at Mana. 



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3. Step Back in Time at the Salford Museum and Art Gallery

Formerly a mansion, Salford Museum and Art Gallery opened to the public in 1850 as a place for education, today the site continues to fulfil its role in the community. With public galleries, a library and even an atmospheric re-creation of a Victorian street, the museum and art gallery provides an immersive way of learning about the history of Salford, Victorian art and historic architecture.



4. Discover Something New at HOME, Manchester

HOME, Manchester is a centre for art, theatre and cinema. HOME focuses on telling stories from our city, and across the world by working with international and UK artists. As a result, the venue is an open and social space for anyone and everyone. Visit the website to learn what is on offer this April. 



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5. Sip Wine Canal-side at Flawd

Flawd is a neighbourhood natural wine bar and bottle shop situated on Keepers Quay, Ancoats. As the days get lighter, and the weather warmer it is the ideal spot to while away an evening with friends. 



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