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Manchester Codebreaking Walk

  • Manchester
  • Outdoor
  • Ages 4+
  • Tours and River Cruises, Tourist Attractions

Attraction Information

Put a twist to your family day out in Manchester - download the Tramble App on your smartphone and get ready to complete the Manchester Codebreaking Walk. You’ll have to work as a team to answer all 10 questions in just over an hour and crack the code.  

The Manchester Codebreaking Walk is a great way to combine sight-seeing and fun. Your search for new clues will take you on a fun-packed walk through the city, starting at the National Football Museum and ending in the Northern Quarter. As you move along the trail, you’ll discover lots of interesting local knowledge.

Adding some walking into your daily routine is sure to keep the whole family healthy and happy. With the Manchester Codebreaking Walk you’ll be exercising, enjoying the outdoors and playing at the same time. Your daily steps will be done before you know it!

  • Activity the whole family can enjoy together
  • Combine exercise, learning and fun
  • Work together to crack the code!
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Opening hours

Available all day, every day on demand on your mobile phone


All codebreaking walks are up to £5. Please check the attraction's website for details. 

Travel & Contact Information


National Football Museum, Urbis Building Cathedral Gardens, Todd Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M4 3BG, England

Phone number



Click here to visit Manchester Codebreaking Walk's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking nearby.

No, there are no toilets available.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Manchester Codebreaking Walk has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

No, there are no dining options.

No, Manchester Codebreaking Walk is not wheelchair friendly.

No, Manchester Codebreaking Walk have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Dogs are welcome

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