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Easter Children's Activities

Easter Activities For Children

We've got ideas to keeps kids busy indoor and outdoor this Easter. So, if you want to avoid the dreaded 'I'm bored' read on..

Day Out Ideas this Easter

Be a challenge champion this Easter weekend with English Heritage! You'll be greeted by characters from the past - perhaps a king, a butler or a Roman centurion - who'll be able to help you crack the clues as you explore historic sites. There's a chocolate reward for successful adventurers, so be sure to join in the fun with the English Heritage Easter activities in 2017.

These special family days out are packed with Easter activities and games to keep the kids busy at historic sites over the Easter weekend. Hunt for clues in the dramatic natural landscape of Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, or have a go at archery, crafts and activities at Dover Castle's Medieval Easter Weekend. There's adventure waiting at more than 20 sites across the country this Easter.

Find an Easter Adventure Quest activity local to you:

Beeston Castle Ashby Castle Brodsworth Hall Warkworth Castle
Kenilworth Castle Audley End Carlisle Castle Whitby Abbey
Old Sarum Down House Richmond Castle Battle Abbey
Tintagel Wrest Park Scarborough Castle Osborne House
Witley Court Belsay Hall Tynemouth Priory Bolsover Castle



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Find a local Easter Egg Hunt

Lauderdale House Egg Fun

When: 16 April Where: Waterlow Park, Highgate, London N6 5HG

Not just an egg hunt but also the annual Great Egg Roll (at 11am) in adjacent Waterlow Park; an opportunity for kids to create and decorate an egg before the competition to see whose rolls the furthest. Meet at the rear of Lauderdale House by the café.


Easter Egg Hunt at The Royal Mews

When: 16 April Where: Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA

Easter egg hunts don't get more regal than this trail through the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace. There's also the option of making and decorating an Easter basket in the learning room.


Museum of Brands Bunny Hide and Seek

When: 1 - 16 April Where: Notting Hill, London W11 1QT

Take a nostalgia trip as the kids search for rabbit-themed exhibits among the 12,000 items on display – from the Duracell bunny to the Nesquik rabbit – and of course there's the obligatory chocolate reward at the end.


Winchester Bunny Hop

When: 8 - 23 April Where: Tourist Information Centre, The Broadway, Winchester, SO23 9GH

Follow the trail around this historic city looking for the clues to crack the code for a chance to win prizes and goody bags. All children who complete the trail receive a treat from posh choc brand Chococo.


Willows Activity Farm Easter Eggstravaganza

When: 1 - 17 April Where:St Albans, AL4 0PF

Billed as 'choc-o-bloc fun', Willows' Easter festivities include an egg and bunny hunt, visit from the Easter bunny himself, as well as its usual farmyard and adventure play activities.


Canoeing Easter Egg Hunts

When: 15 - 17 April Where: Beaulieu River Nature Reserve, New Forest, SO42 7YA

Explore the privately-owned Beaulieu River Nature Reserve in a 2-4 person Canadian Canoe, whilst hunting for chocolate eggs as you paddle. Perfect for older children who've 'been there and done that' with the usual Easter egg hunt format.


Easter at Lulworth

When: 14 - 17 April Where: Lulworth, Dorset, BH20 5QS

An Alice in Wonderland-themed Easter event programme packed with themed trails, an egg hunt, bouncy castle, crafts, white rabbits and more.


Peter Rabbit mini-egg Hunt, World of Beatrix Potter

When: 16 - 17 April Where: World of Beatrix Potter, Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 3BX

Venues don't get more 'bunny-ish' than this – Easter Sunday and Monday will see an egg hunt based in the enchanting Peter Rabbit Garden with a sticker and egg for every child joining in.


Burton Agnes Hall Easter Egg Trail

When: 8 - 23 April Where: Burton Agnes Hall, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25, 4NB

The Easter egg trail around the magnificent grounds of the hall is accompanied by puzzles, games and a craft tent where children can get creative. Perhaps most enticingly of all though, perhaps, is the lure of the giant golden egg that the Easter bunny has hidden somewhere in the gardens. On Easter Sunday itself the Easter Egg Hunt features the Easter bunny accompanying kids round in a search for chocolate eggs hidden in the woodland.

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Indoor Easter Activities

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Easter Colouring Pages

An enormous (and still growing) collection of original Easter colouring pages for all ages...

Easter Colouring Cards

Give an extra-special card this Easter - one that your child has coloured in themselves!

Easter Crafts

Have fun with your children this Easter with our collection of easy Easter craft ideas.

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Easter Games To Play

Egg rolling

Easter egg rolling is one of the oldest traditional games ... and is great fun to play.

You'll need: one hard boiled egg per child (plain or decorated), something to mark the start and finish with.

How it works: Mark out a start and a finish point ... it will depend on the age of the children as to how far apart you make these. Younger children will get frustrated if they have to roll the egg too far.

Line the children up on their hands and knees and get them to roll the egg from start to finish using only their noses. The winner is the one to reach the end without touching the egg with their hands. This works equally well indoors or out.


Pin the tail on the Easter Bunnyeaster bunny

You'll need: a large picture of an Easter bunny (you can print off the image to the right by clicking here), cotton wool balls with a small piece of sticky tape  for sticking, blindfold.

How it works:

Blindfold the first child. Spin them round two or three times, face them in the right direction and let them try and stick the fluffy tail on the Easter bunny. Wherever the child sticks the tail, write their name. You can either remove the tail for the next child's turn or you can have enough cotton wool balls for each child and just write his or her name next to the tail and leave it up until everyone has had a turn. The child who puts the tail nearest the right spot wins.