It’s the final weekend of the Christmas markets so it’s safe to walk through town without knocking shoulders with some mulled wine toting, bratwurst scoffing merrymaker.

If you’re not watching The Snowman at The Halle, take the kids down to Winter Wonderland for some real Christmas spirit or, better yet, chomp some real Christmas fare whilst enjoying spectacular views over the city at Cloud 23.

The Snowman at The Hallé

Three to see this weekend: Christmas treats, festive eats and a Winter Wonderland I Love Manchester

It’s the weekend before Christmas. It’s finally here. Even if you’ve already seen The Snowman 100 times, here’s your chance to see Raymond Briggs’ classic animated film  accompanied by a fantastic live magical score including a chorister singing Walking in the Air. It really is a Christmas treat not to be missed. Click here for more.

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Winter Wonderland

Three to see this weekend: Christmas treats, festive eats and a Winter Wonderland I Love Manchester

Bring the whole family to experience the UK’s largest indoor Christmas theme park at EventCity near the intu Trafford Centre. There will be rides and attractions galore where the family can have four hours of non-stop fun and entertainment. Santa has also been very kind and has agreed to take time out from his busy schedule to see all the kids. Ho ho ho and all that. Click here for more.

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Christmas Breakfast at Cloud 23

Three to see this weekend: Christmas treats, festive eats and a Winter Wonderland I Love Manchester

Wake up this weekend in style. Cloud 23 has launched its delectable new breakfast menu where you can enjoy a classic breakfast dish alongside a free-flowing morning beverage, whilst enjoying the finest views of the city. The menu includes delicious treats like Danish delights, healthy nutty granola with berries and strawberry compote, or divine buttermilk pancakes, loaded with berries, caramelised banana, maple syrup and clotted cream. If a savoury start to the day is more up your street, then indulge in smoked salmon eggs royale, and a selection of continental meats and brie served with toasted ciabatta and salted butter. Wash it all down with bloody marys, mimosas, bellinis, or gin and tonics. They’re bottomless so help yourself to two or three or four. It’s Christmas. Who’s counting? Click here for more.

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