Here’s one way to help children burn off all the chocolate this Easter – an energetic Easter egg hunt high in the trees at Treetop Nets Manchester.
Treetop Nets takes climbing trees to a whole new level with trampolines, tunnels, slides and ball zones all suspended up to 60ft above ground in the beautiful woodland of Manchester’s Heaton Park. Each area is connected by aerial walkways all enclosed by high net walls, giving treetop adventurers the freedom to hop, swing and bounce their way round without harnesses.
The family attraction is always a favourite in the school holidays and this April Treetop Nets is springing in to action with its Easter Treetop Trail. On arrival kids will receive a free activity sheet challenging them to find a series of hidden eggs in the nets and trees. Visitors over the long weekend may even catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny hopping through the nets.
Treetop Manchester is also home to Treetop Trek, a thrilling zip line adventure through the tree canopy. At jaw-dropping heights, participants can weave through the high trees across breath-taking aerial obstacles, including balance bars, swinging logs and Indiana bridges, along with 15 thrilling zip lines.
Treetop Manchester is conveniently located only 4 miles from the city centre in the stunning surroundings of Heaton Park.
Treetop Nets admission for children aged five and up and adults is £20.00 and children aged three to four plus their adult supervisors pay £13.00 entry for up to two hours of unlimited play.
The Easter Treetop Trail is available to all at no extra charge from Friday 30th March to Sunday 15th April. The Treetop Trek Mini Trek is priced £18 per person (five years+) and the Zip Trek is priced £32 for adults and £24 for juniors (seven years+).
Treetop Nets is open from 10am – 4pm and booking is recommended to avoid disappointment during the busy Easter holidays.