There’s loads going on up North this Easter, so if you’re looking for things to keep you and the family entertained, why not pop along to one, or more, of these Easter events?
Head down to the Royal Botanic Garden this Easter where the Botanics Bunny is on the hunt for a golden egg. Help him find it and learn about the Garden’s feathered friends.
Every Sunday The Yard opens its doors to the public, with admission money being used to run a service for disabled children and their families. Children can enjoy the adventure playground, dress up, go on an egg hunt, and take part in holiday themed arts and crafts.
Come and join the team at this family event where music, dance, and musical props will be used to engage young children in a fun, interactive session. Musicians will take the lead in celebrating the arrival of spring with songs about bunnies and lambs, and the children will be encouraged to dance, move, and sing along.
Take part in mouth-wateringly good chocolate workshops! You’ll learn where chocolate comes from, how it grows, and how it’s harvested. You’ll have a taste test between white and dark chocolates, create some chocolate eggs to take home, and there’s even a talk on why chocolate tastes so good.
Come along and join the countryside rangers for an array of Easter fun and games for all the family – and maybe even a chocolate egg or two!
At this chocolate truffle workshop you’ll learn how to prepare delicious chocolate truffles, and you’ll also get to try different kinds of pâtisseries maison. All chocolate lovers welcome!
Tenement House is putting on a range of crafts and activities for children of all ages. Try to spot the Easter eggs hidden around the property and get creative at the craft table this Easter.