Manchester’s most anticipated attraction to open in perfect time for half term

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Manchester’s highly anticipated treetop adventure attraction Treetop Nets has now announced its official launch date. The unique woodland attraction, which will be located at the heart of Manchester’s Heaton Park, will open its gates to the public on Saturday the 27th of May – perfectly timed for half term and May bank holiday family fun in the great outdoors.

Treetop Nets, which is a UK first and one of only four sites of its kind throughout the whole of the UK, is an aerial woodland adventure featuring a collection of giant trampolines, walkways, slides and tunnels, all made from super bouncy netting, suspended up to 40ft off the ground for fun high up in the treetops. There’s even a tree-house too.

The brand new Heaton Park site will provide families with an invigorating alternative day outside together, spending quality time immersed in nature. With Treetop Nets’ unique netting encasing the aerial adventure, families can jump, bounce, tumble, climb and slide through the tree canopy in complete safety, harness-free.

An image of treetop-netsTreetop Nets’ sister attraction Treetop Trek is also set to open, completing the treetop adventure park, in June. The biggest treetop adventure course of its kind in the UK, Treetop Trek will feature Europe’s longest belay ropes course and over 20 different zip wires.

In line with Manchester’s famously unpredictable weather, both Treetop attractions will be open come rain or shine throughout the year making them perfect for family fun whatever the weather.

Treetop Nets is suitable for everyone aged three and up and prices for two hours of fun starts from £13 per person.


To find out more please visit www.treetopnets.co.uk or call 01539 447 186

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