One of the places I have always wanted to go to in Manchester would be the Trafford Shopping Centre. It is one of those places that just seems to have the ability to draw people toward it. It is perhaps the reputation that goes before it. Maybe it also has something to do with Old Trafford and the football stadium that draws us in as my boys are huge Man U fans (don’t ask me why, almost all the kids up here are).
Whatever there is to do, and there is a lot – I think I would have to have a pocket full of money before I headed down from Aberdeen again. I spent a week there in 2003 for work, and I always vowed to go back, but sadly I haven’t made it down again yet.
There seems to be plenty of things to do in Manchester, and if my children were to have a say in where we go and what we do, then they would definitely decide to visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre as they are lego maniacs.
Halloween Manchester style seems to be overwhelmingly colourful at the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, where they are holding a monster mash LEGO building challenge every day between the 15th and the 31st October.
I have a family pass which will allow up to 2 adults and 2 children to experience the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre park for a day.
To enter, simply
- Leave a comment to say what your favourite memory of lego is.
- Leave your contact details in the comment, ie email address or twitter id so I can contact you if you win.
Oh wow. Amazing how sayings travelled, even decades ago.
Mine were about 13/14 when I took them. When we were there, there were a fair few kids around their…
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