Manchester’s Corn Exchange Manchester is making Christmas even more magical this year with a wide variety of activities and options to keep the whole family entertained and the city’s hunger completely satisfied.
The German Garden Bar of the Corn Exchange, which is located in the impressive atrium, will host the wreath-making courses on December 6th.
Guests can choose between 12:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to make a fresh 12-inch wreath with a glass of sparkling wine or cocktail. Take the personalized wreath home with you and decorate the halls with a wonderfully festive piece.
12 days of Christmas spectacle
Corn Exchange is proud to announce their 12 Days of Christmas event starting this December. The nostalgic event consists of 12 days of meet & greets, photo opportunities, spontaneous workshops and delightful surprises for the guests. There will also be a magical Santa Claus; He’ll be at the Corn Exchange 2 hours a day playing all of his best card tricks and disappearing acts.
And that’s not all, the princesses are returning to the Kornbörse, together with Santa Claus, the Nutcracker and the Sugar Fairy, they are available for photos with families in the magical wish mirror.
Dates for the princesses:
- Santa Claus and Special Guest – Saturday, December 4th, 12 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
- Favorite Snow Queens – Sunday, December 5th, 12 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
- Santa Claus and Special Guest – Saturday, December 11th, 12 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
- Favorite toy soldier and winter ballerina – Sunday, December 12th, 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
20% discount on the Cathedral Garden ice rink when dining
Enjoy a yummy pho or pizza at the Corn Exchange before a discounted ice skate at the city’s popular Cathedral Gardens Ice Rink. Guests receive a 20% discount on the family attraction when they dine in one of the many restaurants. But be quick – this offer ends December 17th, so put your skates on!
Pop-up exhibition breast cancer
The patient advocacy group METUPUK is holding a pop-up exhibition at the venue to shed light on health care issues relating to secondary breast cancer.
The exhibition, titled The Darker Side of Pink, aims to highlight the severity of metastatic breast cancer – the leading cause of cancer deaths among British women under 50 – through a strong display that counteracts other, fluffier campaigns with baby pink brands.
The Darker Side of Pink is held in the Corn Exchange atrium in November and features 31 transparent figures to represent the invisibility of the disease.
Liam Mooney, General Manager of the Corn Exchange, said: “We are very excited to be celebrating the holiday season on the Corn Exchange after the troubles of 2020.
This year we have a varied entertainment program at the culinary hotspot to make the festive season even more magical. It’s going to be a really great Christmas and we are sure that this year will be our best so far. “
So what are you waiting for? Head to Corn Exchange Manchester for a magical Christmas this year.
For more information and to learn more about the culinary destinations available, visit the Corn Exchange website.