Huntfun Manchester | Day Out With The Kids

Huntfun Manchester

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England

  • City Centre on huntfun Manchester trail
  • Family reading booklet for huntfun Manchester
  • Family on huntfun Manchester trail

Attraction Information

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Ages: all ages

Venue type: Outdoor

Enjoy a different kind of a family walk in town - solve clues and follow a trail to complete the challenge of the huntfun treasure hunt in Manchester. This awesome adventure through the centre of Manchester passes fantastic landmarks such as St. Anne's Church, The Town Hall, Manchester Cathedral, Castlefield Visitor Centre, Museum of Science and Industry, The People's History Museum and Urbis.

The route, questions and clues for Huntfun Manchester can either be printed, or downloaded to your mobile device. You can use your Smartphone to access the GPS Treasure Hunt with ease. This means you have the freedom to be flexible and start your self-guided adventure whenever suits you best.

Have kids of different ages? Bring them all along, yes, even the youngest ones! Treasure trails are great for the whole family because they have no age restrictions. As long as there's at least one adult in the party, the adventure is on!

  • Experience the thrill of a treasure hunt
  • Plan it when it suits you best
  • Have fun for less!


  • Wheelchair Wheelchair Friendly
  • Pushchair Pushchair Friendly

Getting There and Contact Information


The Cathedral, Fennel Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M3 1SU, England


Click here to visit Huntfun Manchester's website
01904 410975

Standard Opening Times and Pricing

Opening hours

The treasure hunt is a self-guided experience. You can complete it anytime after you've received your booklet. Takes a leisurely 2 hours to complete.


£5.99 + £2.80pp - Budget Booklet
£7.99 + £2.80pp - Standard Booklet
Downloadable Hunts from £8.00
GPS Hunts from £27.00

More Information

Clothing requirements

This is a walking trail, so please dress according to the weather.