Easter Activity Days Out – Theme Parks/science/ Activity Centres
If you’re looking for an action-packed day out this Easter then look no further, as we have an awesome list of Easter family fun days out to keep the whole family entertained. So whether you like Easter egg hunts, hands on activities or riding some rollercoasters, we have you covered.
Discover the iconic Emirates Spinnaker Tower this Easter break. Offering a special Easter trail from 6th to 22nd April where youngsters will be encouraged to explore the building in search of egg-shaped puzzles to complete the Easter trail. Bing and Flop from the hit CBeebies show Bing will also be coming to the Tower on 13th and 20th April.
If you’re looking for a more electrifying Easter then head over to Winchester Science Centre from 5th – 23rd April. There’s a brilliant mix of hands-on science, live science shows to tickle your taste buds and sweet science activities in the Invention Studio. To add the cherry on the top – take a virtual flight through space in one of the fantastic planetarium shows.
Get hands on this Easter with a luxury Easter egg decorating masterclass at York’s Chocolate Story, 13th – 28th April, run by professional chocolatiers who are sure to teach you some amazing skills to impress your friends and family. Craft some stunning products while sampling some of the finest chocolate you’ve ever tasted along the way.
The kids will be happy to know that the Easter bunny and his buddy are visiting York at the same time for an incredible Easter egg hunt. Children will get the chance to join the Easter bunny in some brilliant games, collect chocolate and meet colourful characters as they work together to find the missing chocolate eggs.
If York is too far from home, then go and join in the Easter chocolate fun at Cadbury World in Birmingham. Cadbury’s loveable parrot and his co-star presenter will be embarking on their hunt for the missing mini-eggs from 6th – 28th April. Over Easter weekend (19th – 22nd April) enjoy an exclusive stage show starring Mr Parrot plus join in the Easter egg trail around Cadbury World.
Get hands-on in Eureka’s tinkering space with a range of maker activities and crafts for kids to get involved with, plus over the Easter weekend meet an Easter bunny with a difference!
Plus they’re bringing Steampunk and science together for a madcap, zigzag journey through the amazing world of science and technology this Easter holiday – on every day from Saturday 6th to Sunday 28th April.
Join Greenwood Family Park for some Egg-cellent Easter Fun from 6th – 28th April.
In the Forest Theatre, you’ll find extraordinary entertainment this Easter holiday, including Erwyd the Jester, Smarty Marty the Clown and Harley’s Showtime. Take part in the daily Easter Egg Hunt for £1 and win yourself a tasty treat! Other events include; Nader’s Pyro Art, Lookachu Body Art and Hair Braiding, Gypsy Flowers, and Face Painting. In the Forest Theatre, you’ll find extraordinary entertainment this Easter holiday, including Erwyd the Jester, Smarty Marty the Clown and Harley’s Showtime – they just can’t wait to make you laugh.
This year Lightwater Valley are offering budding buccaneers a go at the pirate themed treasure trail egg hunt over the Easter weekend, Friday 19th – Monday 22nd April.
Follow the clues on the treasure map around the park to track down letters then spell out the word correctly to collect a chocolatey prize, but beware of the pesky pirates on the way who will be trying to guard their loot. There will be pirate-themed face painting over the Easter weekend too! If that is not enough to let off to burn off energy, Tree Top Nets the hire wire course has a course at Lightwater Valley as well as at Heaton Park in Manchester and Brockholes Visitor Centre in the Lakes District too
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