The Best Things To Do In Manchester This Summer

June 12, 2018

We’ve been enjoying so much sunny weather over the past few weeks, some of us have been left wondering how to really make the most of it. Manchester has always been famous for its endless showers and overcast skies, but lately we’ve been basking in the glorious sunshine and soaking up the beautiful weather.

Unfortunately, this unexpected bout of sunshine isn’t going to last forever, so you need to make absolutely sure you take advantage of it while you still can. The last thing you want is to look back in a few weeks and feel as though you’ve wasted the summer, so you need to get yourself out of the house and have some fun!

But, what are the best ways for you to enjoy Manchester this summer?

Enjoy A Family Day Out

When the sun’s gleaming high in the sky, there’s never a better time to organise a great family day out. Fortunately, in Manchester we can enjoy all kinds of activities, ranging from mini golf and museums to huge outdoor playcentres, there’s always plenty for the whole family to enjoy in Manchester.

Do Some Sightseeing

Manchester is one of the most famous cities in the world, so doing a spot of sightseeing is a fantastic way of enjoying the sunshine. You’ve got the John Rylands Library in the City Centre, two fantastic football stadiums and too many museums to even begin counting.

The beauty of Manchester is that there’s always plenty to see and do, the only thing you need to decide is where to start! If you find yourself a little bored on a sunny day, then breathing in some iconic landmarks is a great way to pass the time.

Visit Royal Nawaab!

Since it’s been so hot for the past few weeks, we wouldn’t blame you if the thought of cooking was the last thing on your mind. Instead, you should pay a visit to the best Indian restaurant Manchester has to offer, and try the sumptuous buffet on offer at Royal Nawaab.

With an array of fresh, delicious dishes for you to choose from, a meal at Royal Nawaab is one of the best ways to enjoy summer this year! So, who fancies a quick curry?