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Top 100 Things to Do This Easter

Written by Amy Hughes

School’s out for the Easter holidays,
Keep the kids busy in all these different ways!
We’ve scoured the country up and down,
These days out ideas will get you the Best Parent crown!

1. Lightwater Valley, Ripon

Saturday 6th – Sunday 28th April 2019
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Little ones will love the brand new Outer Space themed Magic Light Puppet Show in the Show Barn, with two shows every day throughout the holidays! Jester and Jasmine, the park’s new cuddly dinosaur mascots will be meeting and greeting visitors from 3pm too. Budding buccaneers will want to have a go at the pirate-themed treasure trail egg hunt around the park over the Easter weekend from Friday 19th – Monday 22nd April. Of course, there are also over 35 rides and attractions to enjoy too. The perfect adventure day out for all the family! Book now.

2. Crystal Maze LIVE Experience, Manchester

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Situated just next to Spinningfields, this is the ULTIMATE team challenge! Based on the outrageously popular 90’s TV show, you can now experience it for yourself as you take on this immersive adventure of ‘tricksy’ challenges. You will be guided by your very own eccentric Maze Master, who will take you around four fully themed adventure zones, before your final challenge of The Crystal Dome! The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience Manchester is 1¼ hours of daft and frantic fun that’s open to anybody aged 13 and over. At least 1 person on your team must be 18yrs or older. Book now.

3. The Beatles Story, Liverpool

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Young or old, everyone knows The Beatles! Take an incredible journey through the history of four Liverpudlian lads who shot to fame in the early ’60s. Complete with an audio guide, see the story unfold as you wander around replicas of Mathew Street and The Cavern. The Fab4D theatre at the Pier Head venue is a must for groovy families ‐ meet magical characters who bring The Beatles’ well-loved hits to life with cutting edge technology. The exhibition is split across two sites, Albert Dock and Pier Head, which are located within 10 minutes walking distance from each other. On 9th and 11th April head along to the FREE Discovery Zone workshop to create your own unique Abbey Road album cover to take home. On 16th and 18th April, you can create your own guitar out of recycled material too! Book now.

4. Oxygen Freejumping, Leeds

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Get the kids to burn off all that extra energy as they enjoy one hour of ‘bouncetastic’ fun across 9 different zones and 120 trampolines! Take on the challenge of the awesome assault course. Test your skills on the giant airbag and trial the world’s first fitness reaction track. Suitable for ages 5+. Book now.

5. Go Ape! Various Locations

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Take to the treetops as you swing, zip, balance and jump your way through the Tree Top Adventure courses. Little ones will love Tree Top Junior, a lower and easier version. Zip Trekking is a must for those that dream of being able to fly! Head to: Dalby, Delamere, Grizedale, Matfen, Rivington or Whinlatter. Book now.

6. British Music Experience, Liverpool

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Located in Liverpool’s famous Cunard building this is a fantastic experience whatever age you are and whatever music is your thing. Go on a journey through the ages of British popular music. You will find memorabilia including instruments and costumes used and worn by the fab and famous including Noel Gallagher, Sex Pistols, Spice Girls, David Bowie, Adam Ant, Adele and of course The Beatles. There are also some original statues from the Brit Awards. In the Gibson Interactive Studio, have a go playing the drums or keyboard, record a hit in a vocal booth, or if dancing is your thing, throw down some shapes in a dance routine in the “Dance the Decades Experience.” Book now.

7. Legoland Discovery Centre, Manchester

Legoland Discovery Centre is a fantastic place to bring the kids for a day of adventure this Easter. Visit the Lego Factory where you can enjoy a guided tour. The Lego City Forest Pursuit driving adventure offers kids off-road fun, while the Lego Fire Academy is a fantastic play area where there are lots of wonderful things to climb on, tunnel through and crawl under. Included in the standard admission price, you can also take part in the ultimate celebration of the new The LEGO® Movie 2! Exclusive building activities, out-of-this-world character experiences, interactive photo opportunities and much more will keep the kids occupied this Easter!

8. North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Whitby to Pickering

Saturday 13th – Sunday 28th April 2019

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is one of the world’s greatest heritage railway experiences with thrills and family fun at its heart. Climb on board a steam or heritage diesel train and experience 24 miles of Yorkshire’s amazing scenery! Each child visiting this Easter will receive a free activity sheet from the Booking Offices, with a chance to win a Family Voucher. Once completed each child will receive a Cadbury Creme Egg over the Easter Weekend – just take your completed form to an NYMR shop!

9. Lytham Hall, Preston

Saturday 20th – Sunday 21st April 2019

The finest Georgian house in Lancashire, it was once the ancestral home of the colourful Clifton Family, spanning over four centuries. It’s panto time at Lytham Hall! Enjoy the show Mother Goose on Saturday 20th April. Then, on Sunday 21st April, the Friends of Lytham Hall host their annual Family Fun Day, with trails through the parkland, stalls and craft workshops, plus a bouncy castle. Come in your prettiest Easter bonnet!

10. Tatton Park, Greater Manchester

Friday 19th – Monday 22nd April 2019

Discover the impressive 18th century Mansion set amongst 1,000 acres of Deer Park or sit in the stunning Gardens and enjoy Tatton’s views of the world. Wander down to the historic working Farm and say hello to our rare breed farmyard friends and uncover centuries of history at our the Medieval Old Hall. In the mansion, follow the Fairy Godmother’s trail to guess the fabulous
fairy tales! Little ones can join in and spot our mini unicorns. Guess them all correctly to collect your chocolate treat at the end! In the gardens Challenge friends and family to an egg and spoon race and egg rolling competition! Hunt the fairy doors on a garden trail, spot Rapunzel in the Tower Garden and enjoy storytelling. There’s so much more on offer this Easter, this is not one to miss!

11. Keswick, Cumbria

Head to Whinlatter Forest and join the eggciting Easter Family Fun orienteering competition! Available throughout the Easter holidays. Can your family find all the control points & answer all the Easter questions to be crowned champions of 2019? Theatre by the Lake is putting on a special show this Easter. In The Willows tells the story of Mole’s arrival at her new school, The Willows. Under the watchful eye of Mr Badger, she’s in safe hands. But even with her new friends – hip-hop cool girl Rattie and rich kid Toad – teaching her the ways of the streets, can they overcome the fearsome Weasel Grime crew terrorising the neighbourhood? Of course, there is also the Cadbury Easter Egg hunt on Monday 22nd April 2019. Get down to the National Trust Keswick lakeside shop to take part!

12. Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway

Until Monday 22nd April 2019

Journey from Ravenglass, the only coastal village in the UNESCO World Heritage site, Lake District National Park. Travel across the estuary, through the hills, past seven request stops, en route to our final destination some seven miles up the line to Dalegarth for Boot Station. Bring your teddies along this Easter because #TeddyFest is back! All children with a teddy bear travel for free when accompanied by an adult with a Calling All Stations ticket. Grab some food from the cafés and enjoy a teddy bear picnic, or follow the teddy trail and explore the on-site museum. Dogs are welcome to travel on the railway (small charge applies) and are also welcome in some of the buildings.

13. Marsden Cuckoo Festival

Saturday 27th April 2019

Just outside of the Easter holidays, Marsden Cuckoo Festival takes place each year in April when the village celebrates the coming of Spring. Many years ago the people of Marsden noticed that when the cuckoo arrived, so did the Spring and sunshine. They tried to keep Spring forever, by building a tower around the Cuckoo. Unfortunately, as the last stones were about to be laid, the cuckoo flew away! If only they’d built the tower one layer higher. As the legend says, it “were nobbut just wun course too low.” Enjoy traditional English dancing, music and (hopefully) sunshine!

14. Herrington Country Park, Sunderland

Thursday 18th April 2019

Come along with your pre-decorated hard-boiled egg marked with your little one’s name and age. The traditional Penshaw Bowl egg rolling contest is free and will be arranged into two timeslots of 1pm and 3pm. The contest will be open to all children aged 9 and under. Please note that the contest will begin with the age 3 and under category and work up through the ages. Families can enjoy a jam-packed day out by taking part in a range of activities aimed at all ages. Try your hand at kite flying, visit the craft market or join SAFC’s Foundation of Light in a round of inflatable foot darts!

15. Drayton Manor, Drayton Bassett

Saturday 13th – Sunday 28th April 2019
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You are bound to have an eggs-traordinarily good time at Drayton Manor! Enjoy over 100 rides and attractions and join the Easter Egg trails across the park. Watch live shows throughout the day with Thomas and Friends too. Come and meet Thomas & Friends on the Island of Sodor. Thomas and many of his friends including James, Percy, Rosie, Flynn and Toby are waiting to welcome you into Thomas Land to discover fantastic attractions. Never fear all you thrill-seekers though, you get free range of the park to fly through the air full throttle on our stand-up rollercoaster, Shockwave, or take a heart-stopping drop from the sky in Apocalypse our 54m drop tower, not to mention having the flight of your life on Air Race plus much more. Book now.

16. Go Ape! Various Locations

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Take to the treetops as you swing, zip, balance and jump your way through the Tree Top Adventure courses. Little ones will love Tree Top Junior, a lower and easier version. Zip Trekking is a must for those that dream of being able to fly! Head to: Buxton, Cannock, Forest of Dean, or Sherwood. Book now.

17.Willow Tree Family Farm, Mansfield

13th, 14th, 20th, 21st April 2019

Willow Tree Farm is a charming place to bring the kids to meet some adorable animals. The Stables are a  great place for those who love horses and ponies and the Furry Friends barn is full of lovely animals including rabbits, chinchillas, degus, meerkats, chipmunks and guinea pigs. Take a trip to the Reptile House and see some fascinating creatures, such as bearded dragons, cockroaches, millipedes, snakes, geckos, stick insects and even a giant African tortoise. Meet the Easter bunny and Alice in the magic woodland wonderland this Easter! Collect your eggs and have lots of fun face painting, glitter tattooing, bunny stuffing, free crazy golf, animal encounters, arts and crafts, and walk through the new wallaby walk.

18. BeWILDerwood, Norwich

This adventure park is based on the book ‘A Boggle at BeWILDerwood’ by local children author, Tom Blofeld. Discover a world of bridges, slides, crocklebogs, tree houses, zip wires, jungle bridges, storytelling, boat trips and walks through marshes. Parents are encouraged to join in and there really is something for everyone! This Easter, the park has an extra special invitation just for you, from Cedric the Easter bunny himself! The Pesky Bunnies have been working ever so hard to make this year’s bunny burrow packed full of twiggletastic fun! Meet Cedric in his home, filled with confectionary curiosities, and then explore a secret hideaway of bouncing, colourful, chocolatey delights! The Big Hat is hosting Boggle Bunny Ear crafts, which coupled with Bouncing Bunny face paint will ensure lots of fun and giggles! Be sure to catch the terrific tale of The Pesky Bunnies at our Storytelling Stage, where you can meet a whole host of wonderful characters!

19. West Midlands Safari Park, Birmingham

Saturday 13th – Sunday 28th April 2019

The park is home to some of the world’s most beautiful & endangered exotic animal species. There’s loads of fun to be had at the safari drive-through, the discovery trail, the adventure theme park and so much more! Not only will the family enjoy a great day out at this brilliant Safari Park and all it has to offer but in celebration of Easter, everyone can enjoy an eggstravaganza of entertainment including shows, crafts and an egg-citing trail where clues have to be solved first before there is any chance of winning chocolate!

20. Tamworth Castle, Staffordshire

Saturday 13th  – Sunday 28th April 2019

Step back in time through 900 years of history in Tamworth Castle. Wander the chambers and hallways of this unique building and get a real sense of how the Saxons, Normans, Tudors and Victorians spent their time in the castle. Come and enjoy a great family Easter Egg Hunt at this magnificent castle. Ruby the Tamworth dragon has lost all her eggs and needs your help to find them! With plenty of hands-on activities on offer, kids are sure to have fun.

21. Holkham Hall, Norfolk

Friday 19th – Monday 22nd April 2019

Holkham has a total of 22 farms, made up of approximately 6,100 hectares, so there is plenty to explore this Easter! A whole host of activities are planned for the holidays with 4 days packed full of eggs-citing things to do! Meet the Easter bunny and follow exciting trails with all the family. Help solve the mystery of the missing hat, get crafty, listen to stories and meet some real owls too!

22. Cadbury World, Birmingham

Saturday 6th – Sunday 28th April 2019

Where better to visit at Easter than a world of chocolate? Join Cadbury’s loveable parrot and his co-star presenter as they go on the hunt for the missing mini eggs. Find clues along the way and discover who’s been stealing their precious eggs! From 19th – 22nd April have a cracking time at the Easter Eggstravaganza. Enjoy the exclusive stage show starring Mr Cadbury’s Parrot. Don’t miss out on the Easter Egg trail and the Easter bonnet competition too!

23. Thinktank Science Museum, Birmingham

For an amazing day out with the family that is both fun and educational head down to the Thinktank Science Museum! Inquisitive minds can discover the past, investigate the present and find the future. There are wonderful collections exhibited, such as animals, plants, rocks and fossils. You can even see a fossilised skull of the horned dinosaur Triceratops! Don’t miss visiting the Planetarium that shows fantastic tours of the night sky and takes you on a trip around our vast solar system. Kids will love the Science Garden and its fun activities and hands-on exhibits.

24. Dudley Zoo, Dudley

Dudley Zoo is home to a huge collection of animals and is the perfect location for a family day out. Set around an impressive 11th century castle you will see lions, tigers, penguins, snakes, alpacas and much more! There are always great events taking place including ‘Close Encounter Experiences’ where you get the chance to get up close and personal with some fabulous animals including cheeky lemurs, orangutans and brilliant creepy crawlies among many others.

25. National Space Centre, Leicester

6th April – 28th April

For the budding astronaut, this centre will fulfil their starry-eyed dreams! Inside you will find lots of interactive displays, models and a planetarium all exploring the history of space. There are so many fascinating objects to admire from satellites to Martian surfaces. The family can learn all about the solar system, space exploration plus you can also join the All Earth Space Agency. For Easter, their egg will be Apollo shaped and families can watch it launch into the skies in a brand new planetarium show!

26. Severn Valley Railway

15th April – 22nd April

Jump on board one of the SVR’s steam trains for an exciting journey of adventure! Explore any of the six historic stations along the stunning 16-mile route between Kidderminster, Worcestershire and Bridgnorth and Shropshire. At Bridgnorth station, you can join the White Rabbit for a very special afternoon tea party and if you stop off at the Engine House kids can enjoy with Superhero activities over the Easter holidays.

27. Gulliver’s Kingdom, Matlock

Fun for all the family at Gulliver’s Kingdom, this family-run theme park has over sixty rides, attractions, shows and experiences. Set on a hillside in the Derbyshire countryside, the theme park offers great value for money. Aimed at younger children (age 2 – 13) you will find attractions and shows including the fun-packed NerfZone and SpyZone interactive play areas as well as theme park staples such as log flumes and dodgems.

28. Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire

6th April – 28th April

Bring the family to see this fairytale castle, walk through the sumptuous interiors of the little caste with beautifully painted walls and ceilings, the old castle and the wonderful indoor Riding House. This is also a great place to spend a day out this Easter with the family. Come and join the hunt for dragon eggs and see if your family is able to crack the clues for a chance to win a yummy reward!

29. Adventure Wonderland, Bournemouth

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Adventure Wonderland in Bournemouth makes the perfect day out for children aged 3–10yrs! With fun rides, including the ‘Jabberwocky’ helter-skelter, ‘Jungle Falls’ log flume, Runaway Train, Flying Elephants, Ghostly Galleon and Yoyo Swings plus zillions more, including live stage shows and entertainment! This Easter, kids will love searching the giant maze for Easter Eggs and taking place in the egg and spoon races! Don’t miss the fantastic shows which take place daily during the school holidays and check out the ‘Dance With The Stars Marquee. On 17th April you can also meet Catboy & Luna Girl from the PJ Masks. Book now.

30. Cheddar Gorge, Cheddar

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A visit to Cheddar Gorge is always a fun family day out. Explore the caves and enjoy a walk along the Cliff Top Walk, taking in the views. This Easter, the Easter bunny has left 50 glow in the dark eggs throughout Gough’s Cave. How many can you spot? Keep an eye out for Richard Gough’s magical golden egg too! If you do spot this hidden egg, be sure to grab a picture as proof and post on social media using #CheddarEggHunt! Book now.

31. Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, Ilchester

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Fleet Air Arm Museum is an all-weather attraction that’s guaranteed to thrill all the family! Get up close to Europe’s largest Naval Aviation Collection, featuring some of the most powerful and interesting naval aircraft to have taken to the skies. Kids will love the play area featuring a replica of the HMS Queen Elizabeth and a 60ft playground to swing, slide, jump and climb upon! Book now.

32. Longleat, Warminster

Monday 15th – Monday 22nd April 2019
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From 29th March you’ll be able to visit a group of iconic Southern koalas and two hairy-nosed wombats. They share their brand new home with long-nosed potoroos; rabbit-sized, kangaroo-like, marvellous marsupials! You’ll find them just next to Giant Otters & Crocodiles. A clutch of nine unusual eggs has popped up around the park. Can you use your trail sheet to find them all and discover the wonderful word that will entitle you to a treat? Visit between 15th-22nd April 2019 to find the eggs! Book now.

33. Go Ape! Haldon, Devon

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Situated within 3,500 acres of stunning woodland and featuring the only site to have a zip wire to travel between two hilltops, Go Ape Haldon offers your little monkeys the chance to try their paws at a Tree Top Adventure, where they can swing, fly and zip between the trees! Heights aren’t for everyone so you can explore the woodland by foot while you wait for your family to finish their adventure. Book now.

34. Carisbrooke Castle, Newport, Isle of Wight

Saturday 6th – Monday 22nd Apr 2019
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Join the hunt for dragon eggs on a legendary quest this Easter holiday. Crack the clues as you and your family follow the trail around Carisbrooke Castle. Intrepid adventurers who track down the dragon egg will get a certificate and a sticker to prove it, and there’ll be a chocolate treat too! Explore this amazing castle on the Isle of Wight, set in beautiful grounds. Carisbrooke Castle has survived 800 years of service, resisted a French siege and the Spanish Armada. This Castle has had a varied and often tumultuous history!

35. City Cruises Harbour and Island Cruise, Poole

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Enjoy a relaxing 70 minute Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island cruise departing from Poole Quay. Take in fantastic views from the open deck as you pass Brownsea Island, Sandbanks Peninsula, Studland Bay and more. Did you know Poole is Europe’s largest natural harbour? Find out more fun facts about the area on this tour. With both an open deck and covered seating area, this is the perfect day out come rain or shine! Book now.

36. Liberty’s Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre, Ringwood

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This amazing attraction is home to and named after one of the Alaskan Bald Eagles, Liberty as well as a large collection of other birds of prey, reptiles and creepy crawlies. You can find owls, hawks, eagles, pythons, bearded dragons, snakes, tarantulas and much more! Get up close to these breathtakingly beautiful birds and see them in action in daily shows. There is so much to be learnt and appreciated about these beautiful feathered friends! Liberty’s also works as a rescue centre for many injured birds to ensure their full rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild. In addition to all this and as an extra treat for the little ones, there is a super fun outdoor sandpit! Book now.

37. Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, Oxfordshire

Monday 1st – Tuesday 30th April 2019

The park opened in 1970 at Bradwell Grove, in the hope to give new life to the house and park and to share with as many people as possible. Over forty years later, it is now one of the UK’s largest zoological collections and most exciting gardens. This Easter, the new ‘CotsWild Explorer’ activity trail launches for children aged 6-11 years old from Monday 1st – Tuesday 30th April 2019. The Egg themed trail pack, which is available from the gift shop, comes with a pop badge, lanyard and a pencil. Each pack costs £2.50 per pack with 10% going to Penguin conservation. Find out more here.

38. Roman Baths and Pump Room, Bath

Friday 19th – Monday 22nd April 2019

Step back in time and discover all things Roman! Explore the natural thermal baths and how the Romans live on this fun and educational day out. The Baths are open every day from 9am. See the Roman Baths in a different light at the torchlight evening openings over the Easter weekend! Enjoy live music from Elysium Brass on Friday and Monday, and Bath Spa Quartet on Saturday and Sunday. Look out for impromptu performances from Natural Theatre Company and purchase a drink from the pop-up Prosecco Bar beside the Great Bath! Why not purchase a combined ticket and head over to the Fashion Museum too? A great day out for all ages.

39. Wookey Hole, Wells

Saturday 6th – Sunday 28th April 2019

Visit some spectacular caves that are steeped in 50,000 years of history and were once home to humans and animals alike! Meet the Witch of Wookey Hole this Easter. On 23rd to 26th April 2019 try your hand at juggling, hula hoop and wire-walking in the circus skills workshop! Also included in the ticket price are over 20 brilliant attractions including the Valley of the Dinosaurs, a mirror maze,  fun play area, Pirate Golf, 4D cinema and much more!

40. Studland Bay, Swanage

Saturday 6th – Monday 22nd April 2019

Four miles of beautiful beaches line the sheltered waters of Studland Bay – ideal for beach games, sandcastles, water sports or simply relaxing. Come and enjoy Easter here with a fun Easter Egg trail that will take you along the beach and through a beautiful nature reserve. Follow the Easter Bunny’s footprints in the sand in search of clues for the chance of winning a chocolatey prize! Dogs are welcome at Studland Beach so your furry friends can join in the family day out too! Restrictions apply depending on the time of year, so check before you visit.

41. Trengwainton Garden, Penzance

Sunday 7th – Monday 22nd April 2019

With its combination of winding wooded paths, secluded corners and wide open spaces, there are lots of places to picnic and play at Trengwainton Garden. If sea views are your thing, head to the Terrace where you’ll find a large, grassy expanse complete with summerhouses and seating. On a clear day, you can see right across the 25 miles of Mount’s Bay to the Lizard Peninsula! Will you be a worker bee or a queen bee this Easter? Create a buzz by following the trail around the garden to gather fun facts about the bees that live here and collect your Cadbury chocolate prize.

42. The Big Sheep, Bideford

This all-weather attraction will appeal to families as there is plenty to enjoy here! They have a lovely indoor playground and lots of exciting outdoor rides, farm animals to meet, exciting live shows including a sheep race and a gin distillery and craft ale brewery just for the grown-ups! On April 6th don’t miss the Sheep Grand National, which sounds hilarious and for the rest of the Easter holidays kids can help find over 30,000 hidden chocolate eggs.

43. Emirates Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth

Saturday 6th – Monday 22nd April 2019
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Discover the Emirates Spinnaker Tower with your family this Easter holiday. The iconic harbourside destination is open every day of the Easter break, offering breathtaking views across the coast. The glass floor, with a staggering 100-metre drop below, is always a hit with the kids. So is the Sky Garden on the top deck which should be springing into bloom! A special Easter trail, running from 6th – 22nd April 2019, will encourage youngsters to explore the building in search of egg-shaped puzzle pieces to complete their trail! Watch out for any red herrings! Bing and Flop, from hit CBeebies, show Bing, are coming to Emirates Spinnaker Tower! Meet your favourite characters at intervals on Saturday 13th and 20th April. Appearances at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm! Book now.

44. ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Dunstable

Saturday 6th April – Sunday 2nd June 2019
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If you’re crazy about animals and wild about LEGO® bricks, then you’ll love this super-sized day out! Set off on an exciting journey of discovery, uncovering unbelievable LEGO brick beasts and mammoth LEGO brick mammals. From a jumbo elephant that weighs a tonne of bricks to a giant gorilla that’s built for life in the jungle. And if that wasn’t exciting enough, along the way you’ll find some interactive activities for the whole family to get their hands on – all set within the UK’s biggest zoo. Book now.

45. British Airways i360, Brighton

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Take a 360-degree view of Brighton’s beautiful South Coast with a flight in Brighton’s i360 as you glide up 138 metres above sea level. The glass pod glides up gently taking you to your destination in the sky where you will spend 15-20 minutes marvelling at the sites of the South Coast of England. In a futuristic glass pod designed by the creators of the London Eye, visitors can expect to see breathtaking views across Brighton, the South Downs, the English Channel and on a clear day, you may even be able to spot the Isle of Wight. Finish your visit with a traditional British afternoon tea of four finger sandwiches, two scones, an assortment of freshly made mini patisserie, and as much tea & coffee that you can drink! Book now.

46. Windsor Castle, Windsor

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Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world! It has been the family home of British kings and queens for almost 1,000 years and is where the Queen spends most of her private weekends today, offering an extraordinarily rich and varied day out! Follow a family activity trail to learn more about the Castle, its history and its magnificent treasures. For children aged 7-11 years, we also recommend taking the free family multimedia tour. Collect your handset and listen to your guides, Horace, a timeless tutor, and Tommy, his pupil. From 1st March – 22nd April all visitors to Windsor Castle will be able to see some of the beautiful clothing and accessories including the wedding dress, tiara and evening gown, the groom’s suit and maid of honour outfit. This breath-taking exhibition is open for 7 weeks only and is included in all standard entry tickets. Book now.

47. Oxygen Freejumping, Southampton

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Get the kids to burn off all that extra energy as they enjoy one hour of ‘bouncetastic’ fun across 9 different zones and 120 trampolines! Take on the challenge of the awesome assault course. Test your skills on the giant airbag and trial the world’s first fitness reaction track. Suitable for ages 5+. Book now.

48. The Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth

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You may know The Mary Rose from the recent Channel 4 documentary, Skeletons of the Mary Rose: The New Evidence. Located inside Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, The Mary Rose was Henry VIII’s warship. It sank in battle in 154 and was finally recovered in 1982 and can be seen today in this state-of-the-art facility designed to preserve this historic Tudor warship. Thanks to the stunning projections you can watch the crew at work and get a real sense of what life was like for the men on board. You can also explore an array of artefacts too. This Easter meet members of Henry VIII’s crew – the surgeon will tell gruesome tales of amputations and sickness at sea, the carpenter will show how he kept the Mary Rose ship-shape, and discover what the men ate with the ship’s cook. Book now.

49. Ventura Wildlife Park, Stevenage

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Have fun discovering over 45 different species of animal from around the world including; zebra, kangaroo, fossa, lemur, reindeer, lorikeets, and reptiles as well as the rare Cuban hutia and red-rumped agouti that cannot be seen anywhere else in the UK. Enjoy a range of daily interactive animal feeds, talks and animal encounter shows too. Remember each visit also helps to support a number of wildlife conservation and educational initiatives that the park is actively involved with both locally and overseas. Book now.

50. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth

Saturday 6th April 2019 until Thursday 31st December 2020
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A swashbuckling, timber shivering time awaits at Portsmouth historic Dockyard this Easter as this brand new exhibition is unveiled on 6th April! Horrible Histories® Pirates, based on the best-selling series by Terry Deary and illustrator Martin Brown, is an interactive, hands-on exhibition that will give children an action-packed insight into the mysterious and murky world of pirates across the ages. Take a funny and foul look at pirate history, learn the rules of the ‘pirates code’ and even visit a raucous pirates tavern! All of our tickets have an annual pass included valid from your first visit date so you may return as many times as you wish within the year. Book now.

51. Go Ape! Various Locations

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Take to the treetops as you swing, zip, balance and jump your way through the Tree Top Adventure courses. Younger adventurers will love Tree Top Junior, a lower and easier version. Explore the rugged trails along the forest floor with the awesome Segway experiences! Head to: Alice Holt, Bedgebury, Black Park, Bracknell, Crawley, Leeds Castle, Moors Valley, Southampton, Thetford, Wendover, or Woburn. Book now.

52. Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight

Saturday 6th – Monday 22nd April 2019
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Explore this amazing castle on the Isle of Wight, set in beautiful grounds. Carisbrooke Castle has survived 800 years of service, resisted a French siege and the Spanish Armada. This Castle has had a varied and often tumultuous history! Follow a fun family trail around this impressive castle over Easter on the hunt for hidden clues that lead you to find dragon eggs. There may well be a chocolate treat or two as a reward! Book here.

53. Howletts Wild Animal Park, Canterbury

Saturday 6th April – Monday 22nd April 2019

This is a fantastic place to bring your little animals. Discover fascinating animals such as tigers, leopards, rhinos, antelope, and a wonderful giant anteater. Families will learn so much about the animals and the amazing job the staff do to conserve them. Over Easter, there is a special outdoor exhibit to see ‘Animals of the Ice Age’ where you will be able to see a delightful baby elephant calf, a baby gorilla and other exciting new arrivals.

54. Marwell Zoo, Winchester

Friday 5th April – 1st September 2019

This fantastic park is home to the most amazing range of animals, both exotic and endangered, from all over our globe and promises everyone in the family a brilliant day out! Over Easter and until the summer the zoo is hosting ‘Brickosaurs’ a collection of magnificent giant LEGO® brick dinosaurs built using over two million LEGO bricks! Watch out for the scary eight-metre high T-Rex and a few other big surprises! Head to BRICKOSAURS Basecamp for fun activities where kids can try and create their own dinosaur.

55. Leeds Castle, Maidstone

Friday 19th April – Monday 22nd April 2019

With 500 acres of stunning parkland and 900 years of history ready to be discovered Leeds Castle makes for a great family day out. It was a Norman stronghold and a royal residence for six medieval queens of England. You can see how previous owners have left their mark on the castle as you make your way around. There are also the gorgeous gardens to explore, birds of prey to meet, a dog collar museum, craft centre and an adventure playground. Over Easter kids can join in with musical ‘jamming sessions’ with the Junk Orchestra making music from instruments constructed purely from bits of old rubbish!

56. Groombridge Place, Tunbridge Wells

Saturday 6th – Monday 22nd April 2019

With a 17th century moated manor house, sculpted formal gardens and 200 acres of parkland, Groombridge Place is a great place for a family day out this Easter. The Alice in Wonderland Spectacular is a well- known feature of the calendar with a spectacular live show in the Enchanted Forest twice a day. Meet the cast and enjoy singalongs in the award-winning gardens. The Birds of Prey live flying spectacular will have little ones transfixed. There are also giant swings and the UK’s longest and highest treetop walkway to be found in this magical setting!

57. Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh

Monday 8th April – Sunday 21st April 2019
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Visit over the Easter holidays and try out the new Easter trail. Search the Palace to spot the weird and wonderful hats, wigs and crowns worn throughout the ages. Visit the Family Room to enter the competition to design an Easter bonnet for The Queen and win an Easter Hamper! Open throughout the year, the Palace of Holyroodhouse stands at the end of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and is an insightful trip into Scotland’s rich history. Visit The Palace of Holyroodhouse, serving Kings and Queens of Scots since the 16th century and now The Queen’s official residence in Scotland and home of so much Scottish royal history. Book now.

58. Adventure Golf Island, Dunfermline

Adventure Golf Island is a fantastic crazy golf course set in a Florida-style. There are two courses to choose from, Treasure Island and Pirate’s Cove. Treasure Island takes you on a trip through Captain Jack Sparrow’s jail, over rope bridges, and around a Caribbean Adventure pirate ship. The Pirate’s Cove course is set amongst palm trees and tiki huts. You will play through canon forts, over wooden bridges and past a castle!

59. Hard Rock Cafe, Glasgow

Hard Rock cafes can be found all over the world and are packed with rock and roll memorabilia, great food and good service! After a day enjoying all the sights Glasgow has to offer, treat the family to a visit for a lovely culinary experience. We’ve got an offer coming soon so keep an eye on our website!

60. Noah’s, Perth

Noah’s is a wonderful place to take the whole family for a day of fun. There are loads of activities to do including karting, bowling, ceramic painting and there is also a soft play area for the most energetic of kids! Get a strike at bowling and enjoy the amusements, air hockey and pool tables too! Karting takes you into the fast lane as you race your family around friends around the track. The play area includes a climbing wall, drop slide, rope bridge and astra slide, plus much more!

61. Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park, Stirling

This delightful safari park is home to some amazing animals from all over our globe! There are some impressive birds of prey and the park is the only place in Scotland where you can see elephants and giraffes. Hop on board for a lovely boat safari trip around Chimp Island or catch a very entertaining sea lion show! Kids will love Lemur Land, where these mischievous creatures roam freely so you can really get up close and personal with them. All the family can mess around in paddle boats or take to the air on the Flying Fox zip wire. Over the holidays kids can enjoy an eggs-tra special Easter Egg Hunt.

62. Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, Edinburgh

The oldest purpose-built visitor attraction in Edinburgh, it has been delighting and intriguing people for over 150 years. An Aladdin’s cave filled with illusions, tricks, puzzles, hands-on experiences, unbelievable effects and the best rooftop views of the city. Discover why Camera Obscura is well known as one of the top attractions in Edinburgh. The star attraction is the Camera Obscura itself, a Victorian invention and the world’s first CCTV! Kids will love this crazy, topsy-turvy world of madness!

63. Redwings Mountains Horse Sanctuary, Angus

Set in over 220 acres of stunning woodlands and paddock is this great home to over 90 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. Meet two cheeky sheep too called Toffee and Treacle! There’s the chance to enjoy some ‘walks and talks’ to learn more about the animals and there are often activities in the school holidays for the kids. Pack a picnic or why not enjoy lunch in the cafe.

64. Wellsfield Farm Park, Falkirk

This family-run farm park offers lots to keep the little ones happy, with acres of space and trails to follow, an adventure play area and so much more. Race around the go-kart track, have a ride on a pony, have a go at pond dipping or try panning for gold. If you want something a bit more active there are a climbing wall, agility poles, monkey bars, scramble net, balance beams and a zip wire.

65. The Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway, Borrowstounness

Begin the day at the station at Bo’ness with its authentic ticket office, station buffet, model railway and gift shop. From here you can catch a train along the five miles of preserved track in one of the majestic heritage trains. Also on site is the Museum of Scottish Railways, Scotland’s largest railway museum. The children will enjoy the large buildings full of railway locomotives, carriages and wagons. There are plenty of things to keep everyone entertained, you can operate a railway signal and points, climb aboard heritage locomotives and there is a lovely play area for the children. If you wear an Easter bonnet there is a chance to win a special prize!

66. Scotland Street School Museum, Glasgow

This school was built by the famous architect Charles Mackintosh and was attended by the children of Glasgow from the early 1900’s to 1979. Visit the school and find out what education was like during the reign of Queen Victoria, two world wars and beyond. Kids can even dress up as a pupil from years gone by for a truly authentic feel of what it was like to be a pupil from those harsh times.

67. Edinburgh Castle

Monday 8th – Thursday 11th April 2019

There is so much for families to see at this iconic Scottish landmark, you will be spoilt for choice! Visit The Great Hall, The Royal Palace and even take a look at the magnificent Crown Jewels. Experience the roar of the One o’clock Gun and discover the Prisons of War.  Inside the castle, there is The National War Museum, which has 400 years of Scottish history waiting to be discovered. The Alba puppets are gearing up for their annual outing at the Easter puppet show. Join them from 8th – 11th April 2019 to find out what fun and mayhem is about to hatch!

68. Almond Valley, Livingston

Families with young kids will enjoy a fantastic day out here as there is so much to do and see! See traditional farm animals including pigs, cattle and noisy geese! This is a working farm to there are cows to be milked and horses to be groomed which gives families a great insight into how a farm works. Kids can go wild in the indoor and outdoor play areas, race each other on the pedal go-karts, bounce themselves silly on trampolines or hop on board a bumpy tractor ride. Throughout the Easter school break, this farm will be alive with baby lambs and chicks, Easter bonnet making and lots of other fun arts and crafts.

69. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

Discover the fascinating history of Scotland at the wonderful museum! From the natural world to technology and even art, there are so many things to learn all about Scotland’s interesting history! There are many temporary exhibitions so there is always something new to see. You can also see some amazing items in the galleries.

70. M&D’s Theme Park, Bellshill

M&D’s theme park offers a fantastic day out for the whole family! For the thrill seekers, there are 5 white-knuckle rides, including Runaway Train and the Tornado roller-coaster! Younger kids will love the Balloon Race ride, Flying Jumbos and the Trampolines, while the Disco Boats and the Big Wheel are perfect for the whole family! With bowling, a soft play area and even an indoor tropical rain forest, which houses exotic animals, everyone will be spoilt for choice for things to enjoy!

71. Zip World, Betws-y-Coed

Saturday 6th – Sunday 28th April 2019
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Want to treat the little ones to something a bit different this Easter? Head to Zip World Dragon Fforest, the ultimate Easter destination! Join Ffion the Dragon and Zippy the Bunny on their quest for adventure. Zip World is THE place to go for exhilarating experiences in outstanding settings! With activities for all ages, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Fly through the trees on the Dragon Flyer, suitable from ages 3yrs+; bounce in the trees on the Treetop Quest; or zip and climb from tree to tree on Hoppity Hoppers. Younger children aged 5–12 years will love ‘Tree Topper’ a fun rope course through the trees! Book now.

72. Fantasy Farm Park, Aberystwyth

This great park is open for the Easter holidays and offers a brilliant day out for all the family. Meet all the animals, follow nature trails or go mad in the indoor play area! They have go-karts and offer the challenge of riding the Bucking Bull. See how long your kids can stay on for!

73. Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Lampeter

These amazing mines were left behind by the Romans and mining here continued up until the 20th Century. Kids will be fascinated by the history and mining methods used as they head below ground and they even get the chance to pan for gold!

74. Talyllyn Railway, Snowdonia

All aboard this fun narrow-gauge railway for a very lovely ride through beautiful Welsh countryside full of Celtic mystery. This railway is the oldest preserved railway in the World making this an unforgettable experience!

75. Dinefwr, Llandeilo

Enjoy an Easter ramble over the remains of this vast country estate and its castle. There is a fun nature-themed trail, families can follow cracking clues for the chance to win a chocolatey prize! Kids can also enjoy storytelling in Newton House over the Easter weekend.

76. National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthen

These beautiful gardens offer families the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy learning all about plants. There are play areas, climbing frames and slides and to celebrate Easter families can enjoy a very special event – It’s Animal Magic!’ Be prepared to meet some very cute baby lambs and chicks as well as more exotic visitors, including meerkats, snakes, a smelly skunk and even a parrot! Enjoy shows, crafts and activities the kids can join in with and a special visit from an illusionist and conjurer, Magical Luke Jugglestruck! Just check the website for dates and times.

77. WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre, Llanelli

This reserve is home to over 600 birds some rare and endangered. This Easter, kids can enjoy some special activities including mini-beast hunting and pond dipping. Kids will get the opportunity to view what they find under the microscope.  In the Flamingo House families can enjoy a flamingo talk, which could be a very noisy affair!

78. Chirk Castle, Wrexham

This medieval castle is a great place to explore with its tower, dungeon and staterooms. There is a special Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt on offer over the holidays with clues to be found all linked to the signs of spring. Complete the trail for a chance to win a chocolate prize!

79. Folly Farm, Begelly

Saturday 13th April – Monday 29th April 2019

Families can enjoy all the usual fun of the farm as well as lots of Easter activities and entertainment! There are over 250 different animals to meet and a brilliant indoor themed play centre the kids will love. With theatre shows, Pirate Fun Days and plenty of new cute arrivals of chicks, lambs and even penguins, a day out here promise to be an action-packed one!

80. Amelia’s Trust Farm, Barry

This wonderful farm is set in 160 acres of beautiful countryside and is home to lots of different types of farm animals of all sizes. Over the Easter holiday, kids can experience hands-on bottle feeding the very cute new baby lambs and don’t miss the Easter Egg Hunt trying to find all the eggs hidden by the very mischievous Easter Bunny! Little visitors to the farm aged 5 and under will love joining in the Easter Happy Hands Club run by Emma and Twinky Toes!

81. Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay

Saturday 6th April – Sunday 28th April 2019

This zoo is dedicated to the conservation of its residents and is home to many endangered species including the snow leopard and the very majestic Sumatran tigers. The zoo is celebrating Easter with lots of arts, crafts and activities as well as a fun Easter Egg Hunt with a very special twist over the bank holiday weekend.

82. Caerphilly Castle, Caerphilly

This is Wales’ largest castle with a fantastic moat and beautiful views of the surrounding area. Kids can explore all the fascinating ruins and enjoy interactive displays sharing the castles amazing medieval history.

83. The Dinosaur Park, Tenby

This is a theme park with a difference as hidden in trees, swamps and boardwalks are friendly and may not so friendly dinosaurs! Follow the Dinosaur Trail and complete the quiz for a sticker. Kids can run themselves wild in the indoor and outdoor play areas or enjoy lots of fun and games in the Activity Corner. There are lots of new attractions for 2019 so this is definitely one to consider for a fun family day out!

84. Tredegar House, Newport

Saturday 6th April – Sunday 28th April 2019

This 17th century house has beautiful gardens and parkland and is a great place to bring the family for a day out. Kids can explore the many rooms and let off steam in the outdoor play area. During the Easter holidays, families can adventure around the house and gardens on a special trail ticking off things they find on a ’50 things’ sheet. Over the Easter weekend, there is a Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt the kids will love!

85. KidZania London, Shepherds Bush

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KidZania London is pulling out all the stops this Easter to make sure you have a fun-filled holiday! Take part in the Yoshi Easter Egg Hunt and even win a trip to Nike HQ in Portland, USA! Check out the full list of Easter events here. Besides all the Easter fun, kids can explore this mini City and try out a whole host of jobs. From firefighter or fashionista to nurse. Children aged 8 and over can explore KidZania on their own as state of the art security and trained staff mean that parents can grab a coffee, go shopping and relax! Book now.

86. Up at The O2

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Climb the roof of one of London’s most iconic landmarks this Easter! Take in a stunning view of London from 52m above the ground when you enjoy this exhilarating guided expedition over the roof of The O2! This is a thrilling 90 minute experience over the 380m long O2 walkway, which, at its steepest point, has a 28° incline on the way up and 30° on the way back down! Please note that the following adult/child ratios must be adhered to: 1:1 adult to children for climbers aged 9 to 10 years, 1:2 adults to children for climbers aged 11 to 12 years, 1:4 adults to children for climbers aged 13 to 17 years. Book now.

87. Body Worlds, Piccadilly Circus

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Explore all that lies beneath the skin at Dr Gunther von Hagen’s famous exhibition. At its new permanent home in the heart of Piccadilly Circus London, journey through the human body in an awe-inspiring environment featuring over 200 fascinating exhibits, which celebrate life. All anatomical specimens in the exhibition are real and have been preserved using a technique called ‘plastination’, enabling visitors to see intricate details inside the body and shows the impact of daily lifestyle choices have on our bodies. An educational and thought-provoking museum experience for the whole family. Book now.

88. Tower of London

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Officially the UK’s most visited attraction and one of the world’s most famous fortresses that has served as a royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo – the popular Tower of London is a fun & historical family day out for the whole family. This Easter, pick up a family trail when you enter the Tower and join in an interactive retelling of Colonel Blood’s daring escapade. It’s 1671 and Colonel Blood and his gang are going to try and steal the Crown Jewels! Take part in a range of hands-on activities designed to win you the friendship of King Charles II. If you impress and help him restore order, you may receive a royal prize! Book now.

89. The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience

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Dive inside London’s newest attraction, The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience in London’s West End. You can experience the outrageously popular 90’s TV show for yourself! Run around four adventure zones – industrial, Futuristic, Medieval and Aztec. In each zone, test your skills, solve mysteries and face mental and physical challenges. Enjoy 1¼ hours of daft and frantic fun that’s open to anybody aged 13 and over. At least 1 person on your team must be 18yrs or older. Book now!

90. The View from The Shard

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See many of the fantastic landmarks from the two viewing platforms over 800 feet up in the air! With 360 degree views across the capital, the whole family will enjoy spotting famous buildings, bridges and landmarks from London’s tallest building! Throughout Easter, look for the giant Easter Eggs that have been strategically placed in key locations around London’s skyline and win a chocolate treat. Family friendly games and a visit from the Easter Bunny are all part of the fun this Easter! Book now.

91. Kew Gardens

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Kew is not only the World’s most famous botanical gardens, it’s also the largest UNESCO World Heritage site in London! From storytelling to creative workshops, enjoy fun activities at Kew this Easter. Learn how light and colour spectrums help plants to grow while decorating ornaments in ‘Tower of Colour’. Explore the secret underground world of badgers in the life-sized sett! You can enter a warren of tunnels that connect food stores, sleeping chambers and nests. Or head to the Davies Exploration House each Sunday for a fun-filled session of stories from around the world! Explore the grounds using the Log Trail and Woodland Walk – keep an eye out for any creepy crawlies living in the bug hotels! Book now.

92. The London Bridge Experience

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Who says the holidays can’t still be educational? Head here for some horrifying educational fun! Experience London’s gruesome history first hand with this interactive character led adventure tour. Be prepared for thrills, laughs and frights as you are regaled with stories from the past. SEE, HEAR and even SMELL what London Bridge was really like throughout the ages. For younger visitors, we recommend the “Guardian Angel” tour. Simply ask guides at the entry to the tombs to be put onto the Guardian Angel tour. They will be taken ahead of the rest of the group. They will experience the sights and sounds of the London Tombs but none of the mad detainees will scare them or chase them so they can still enjoy the full experience without worrying about being scared!  Book now.

93. Wembley Stadium Tour

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Go behind-the-scenes of the UK’s largest sports and music venues! The tour will take you in and around the heart if the stadium, through the Dressing Rooms, the Press Conference Room, Pitchside and the iconic Royal Box. Experience Wembley through the ages and view memorabilia from England’s glorious 1966 World Cup victory, FA Cup Finals, UEFA Champions League triumphs, sell out concerts and sporting spectacles at your leisure before joining one of the Tour Hosts, who will escort and give you fascinating view of the Stadium. Book now.

94. ZSL London Zoo

Saturday 6th – Monday 22nd April 2019
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Escape the hustle of London City in the beautiful, wide open space of Regent’s Park. You’ll be able to spot a variety of animals from gorillas and tigers to armadillos and honeybees. This Easter, kids can get stuck-in and experience Zookeeper life in the brand new roleplay experience, Mini Keepers. After arriving through a secret entrance within the Zoo, new recruits will be kitted out in uniform and given their daily checklists, before embarking on a journey behind the scenes into the specially-recreated keeper kitchen. Becoming part of the action, children will help keepers prepare lunch for the squirrel monkeys, create fun activities for the meerkats and experience the biggest job in a keepers’ daily life – mucking out! This event is included in the entry price. Book now.

95. Buckingham Palace

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Home of Her Majesty The Queen, Buckingham Palace is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today! Although in use for official events and receptions held by The Queen, some areas of Buckingham Palace are open to visitors. Here, you and your family can enjoy dressing up as footmen in specially created livery at The Royal Mews or completing a variety of fun family activities together at The Queen’s Gallery. On Monday 22nd April 2019 explore the Royal Mews and try to find all of the hidden horses to win a chocolatey prize! Visiting at the weekend? On Saturday 20th April come and create a huge variety of decorated Easter eggs, from painted ones to ones covered in sequins and inspired by Faberge! There will also be an Easter Egg challenge in around the Russia exhibitions. Book now.

96. Shakespeare’s Globe Tour and Exhibition

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Introduce the kids to the life of William Shakespeare and the theatre for which he wrote! Discover Shakespeare’s Globe, a unique theatre in the round and still one of London’s most iconic buildings today. Step into the theatre and learn about Elizabethan stage practices all the way from Heaven to Hell through to the experience of Shakespeare’s audiences. From blood and gore to poetry and prose, the Family Tour will delight and disgust. Book now.

97. Hounslow Urban Farm

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You’ll find the farm just a 10 minute walk from Hatton Cross tube station on the Piccadilly line. This Easter, take part in the ‘Baby Boom- Easter Holiday’s event’. Visit the super cute baby bunnies, goats, calves, piglets, lambs, chicks, turkeys and goslings. Kids will have the chance to bottle feed the baby animals and take part in an Easter Egg Hunt! Book now.

98. The Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory

Saturday 6th – Thursday 18th April 2019

Make the most of a day out in Greenwich and visit both the Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark this Easter. Fly the Flag on the Cutty Sark and learn how to send a coded message using signal flags – just one of the many workshops on offer! You can also watch the London Marathon from the ship on 28th April. Then head up the hill to the Royal Observatory where you can discover the home of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)! The Planetarium will be closed between 1st – 7th April for essential maintenance but you can still take in spectacular views over London from the hill!

99. Oxygen Freejumping, Various Locations

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Get the kids to burn off all that extra energy as they enjoy one hour of ‘bouncetastic’ fun across 9 different zones and 120 trampolines! Take on the challenge of the awesome assault course. Test your skills on the giant airbag and trial the world’s first fitness reaction track. Head to Acton, Croydon or the O2 Peninsula! Suitable for ages 5+. Book now.

100. The Postal Museum

Monday 8th – Sunday 21st April 2019

The Postal Museum reveals the surprising and fascinating story of the first social network! From interactive galleries to an immersive underground rail ride, modern research facilities to a wide range of learning activities, the museum offers something for everyone, from all backgrounds and of all ages. On Tuesday 9th April watch Wallace and Gromit A Close Shave in a unique family-friendly cinema experience in the atmospheric Mail Rail depot. Design your own tote bag inspired by posters from the museum collection on 13th April 2019. Join Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Morph on 20th and 21st April 2019 for the Easter Egg Hunt. Find out more here.

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