If you’re looking for activities to keep the family entertained this Easter, then these Easter events taking place across the South West of England should be enough to keep them happy. From Sunday lunches to Easter egg hunts, there’s something for everyone.
Don’t fancy cooking Easter lunch this year? Then head down to the Hilton Bath City Hotel for a three-course meal, created especially for Easter Sunday, including a Lindt chocolate bunny for all the children.
Clarks Village will be putting on something for the whole family to enjoy. There will be a special Easter woodland, complete with animal storytelling, face painting, animal petting, and a woodland trail treasure hunt.
Join the team at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm this Easter weekend and help them hunt down the missing Easter eggs that the naughty animals have hidden away. Children can also enjoy making Easter themed arts and crafts.
Take the opportunity to meet the latest babies in the Nursery Zone at the Aquarium, see what has recently hatched in the Sunken Shipwreck, and follow an egg-cellent trail quiz to discover plenty of fascinating facts.
If you have a head for heights, then why not enjoy a magical balloon ride this Easter? Your 3-4 hour balloon flight will give you a birdseye view of the surrounding countryside and an experience to remember.
Follow the Easter trail around the spring garden and parkland. Explore winding paths to peek inside the Bear’s Hut, the Ice House, and the chapel before claiming your tasty Cadbury chocolate prize at the end.
There’s going to be a packed schedule of entertainment at Pecorama this Easter weekend. With jesters, jugglers, and clowns performing over four days, there’ll be plenty to keep the kids amused.
Come on down for an abundance of themed fun in the Pleasure Gardens this Easter, with a giant Easter egg hunt, vintage funfair, Punch and Judy shows, face painting, and more.
This tour takes guests inside the architectural icon of Oxford, the Radcliffe Camera – the first rotunda library built in Britain. The Easter Extended Tour offers the opportunity to see the Gladstone Link, part of the Bodleian Library that lies underground.