This Easter, Manchester City launches its first city wide Easter Egg hunt designed to give visitors a fun and engaging football based activity to keep the kids entertained over the half-term holiday.
From today, three giant eggs, branded in City blue and featuring the Club crest, will be hidden in various locations in and around Manchester. Fans will be given clues as to the whereabouts of the eggs and encouraged to seek out their locations, snap a selfie and #CityEggHunt on Twitter for the chance to win exclusive City prizes.
From free souvenir photos on the Etihad Stadium tour, to a shirt signed by a first team player; there will be many prizes up for grabs.
For those looking to join in the action, the first set of clues can be found below.
1. Looking at football’s past, present and future, this museum’s where you’d head for an unforgettable day out.
2. With the market as this location’s backdrop, this egg is down where junior fans will shop
3. This giant blue egg helps you to win a Manchester City prize, but Egg number three can be found where the Women’s team play and not just the guys.
Fans are encouraged to check in with Manchester City’s social channels @mancity and @mancityhelp for clues in the coming days.
#CityEggHunt forms part of the Club’s already exciting Easter roster of activities, which includes an Etihad Stadium family friendly hunt and CityStore family fun days. From 5 – 17 April, guests embarking on the Stadium Tour will be tasked with finding the Easter Eggs hidden throughout the course of the 70 minute professionally guided tour.
Once immersed on the Stadium tour, visitors get the chance to explore the Club’s heritage through unqiue memorabilia and interactive displays, giving fans the chance to relive City’s greatest moments and truly discover what makes Manchester City the club that it is today.
Tickets for the Etihad tour cost £17 per adult, £11 per child aged 5-16 and £12 for concessions. The Easter themed tour runs until Monday 17th April with the non bespoke tour resuming from Tuesday 18th April. Please see http://www.mancity.com/eastertours for dates and more information.