As anyone who has been reading this blog for longer than five minutes will know, I am no stranger to bucket lists. I don’t think a single day goes by without me adding yet another destination to my ever-expanding list of places I want to visit some day. Surprisingly enough though, trying to balance an out of control bucket list with a savings account isn’t the easiest task in the world…
Get snap happy at Winnats Pass
Sure this is a post about things to do in Manchester but with Derbyshire just a short car journey or train ride away it would be doing it a disservice not to include it here. I’ve only recently started venturing into the Peak District and I’m so excited to explore more of it.
Visit the Blue John Cavern
Go for vegan brunch at The Deaf Institute
I’m in the process of writing a guide to the best vegan restaurants in Manchester, so all in the name of research you understand…
Visit the cat cafe
I’m still not sure about how I feel about the idea of cat cafes but since I’m spending my life with someone who has a severe cat allergy my life is devoid of feline companions.
Go for cocktails at Cloud 23
I can take or leave champagne but I feel like I won’t be a true Manc until I’ve got drunk in Beetham Tower.
Walk the Bridgewater Canal
Because surely there’s more to the canal system than scary hissing geese and the Manchester pusher?
I also wanted to include watching Liverpool thrash United at Old Trafford, but let’s keep things realistic for now…
Do you have a hometown bucket list? Maybe you can recommend some of the things to do in Manchester that I might have missed?
Don’t forget you can also find my tips on things to do in Manchester on Spotted By Locals. It’s my favourite resource for finding unique places all over the world that you won’t find in any guidebooks!