The Printworks, Manchester, will host a range of events and offers over the half term holiday, promising for fun for the whole family from 18 until 22 February.
With giant jenga and snakes and ladders, virtual reality experiences (if your kid fancies hitting the slopes or going on a space pirate adventure), face painting, crafts, discounts at restaurants and more, the entertainment complex is offering stacks of choice for children.
What’s on at The Printworks?
The Pump Yard at The Printworks will host activities from 12pm-4pm each day. The free activities include giant sized board games, including jenga and snakes and ladders.
Kids go free with a minimum of two adults. Book any room with at least two paying adults, and bring kids aged 12 and under for free!
Or one adult can bring up to five kids along for a discounted price of £40.
The maximum group size is six players.
Both offers only valid on bookings made in advance either via phone, email or in store, and between 16th-24th February.
Treetop Adventure Golf:
Play both courses for the price of one before midday every day with the Early Bird offer.
There’ll also be a range of activities, including face painting, glitter tattoos and crafts, taking place the 18th and 23rd February.
Free face painting and glitter tattoos available between 12pm and 4pm only.
Crafts available all day, every day.
Taco Thurday – just £10 for a taco and Fajita Friday (£5) have got you covered foodwise (get a voucher from Chiquito’s website)
There’s a range of films for kids to enjoy during half term including Bumblebee as part of Vue’s Mini Mornings.
Tickets from only £2.49 and only run on selected days. Double check on Vue’s website for screen times.
Kid’s birthday packages, featuring Lucky Voice karaoke. Available from £12.50pp, and includes 2 hours karaoke, a dish from the kids’ menu, a side, a drink and a slice of refreshing watermelon.
Offer only available on Sunday 17 and 24 February before 6pm, on group sizes between four and 18.