Manchester City is giving fans the chance to tour the club’s impressive stadium facilities this half term.
And there’s a “one-off” interactive, chocolate-themed twist to it.
With schools soon to be out across the region, and parents and carers therefore likely on the lookout for some exciting activities to occupy the little ones, Manchester City has announced that it’s launching new Easter-themed tours of the Etihad Stadium for two-weeks only – and they’re in partnership with Cadbury too, just to make it that little bit sweeter.
Running from Monday 4 – Sunday 17 April, the Easter Egg Hunt Stadium Tours give you the chance to “treat the family to some Easter fun,” Manchester City said.
Football fans can find the hidden eggs around the state-of-the-art stadium with club mascots Moonbeam and Moonchester, and then submit their scores to be in with the chance of winning some mouth-watering Cadbury chocolate prizes courtesy of the beloved confectionary company.
This means that you can enjoy all the features of the regular stadium tours that take place all year-round – which are expertly-guided by the City Tour Guides, with all the behind-the-scenes areas brought to life with interesting stories, facts, and anecdotes – but while being part of an Easter Egg hunt to win a range of prizes.
Some of the activities fans can be getting up to throughout the Easter Egg Hunt Stadium Tours include asking a virtual Pep Guardiola questions the Press Conference room, and exploring the stadium’s exhibition space with holographic content.
They can also watch the city story come to life in an immersive 360 degree cinema suite, and see what happens on matchdays in the home team dressing room with an audio-visual show.
They’ll even get to understand how the players prepare for a big match, feel what it’s like to walk down the famous glass players tunnel, go pitch-side to get a “Pep’s-eye view” of the stadium from the dug outs, and so much more.
Tickets for the Easter Egg Hunt Stadium Tours will set adults back £25 each, £17 for those 18-21, students, and over 65s, £15 for those under 18, anyone under the age of five can go free, and there’s also a family pack of two adults and two U18s for £64.
You can grab tickets here.
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