Easter Weekend is just about here! If you’re struggling to think of entertaining and festive things to do with the family over the gloriously long Bank Holiday weekend, you’re in luck. Kent always has a wonderful selection of Easter-themed events and activities for you to get involved in with your family. Our blog suggests 5 great ways to get out enjoy the long weekend with your family. From Easter hunts to farm and craft activities, read on to find out what you can get up to in Kent this Easter weekend!
The stunning grounds of Leeds Castle come alive this half term. Bring along the children to hunt for hidden clues across the grounds for an exciting Easter Quest. If your child is able to answer all of the questions they will even receive a chocolatey prize.
From 30th March – 2nd April you can also join in on Circus Fun at Easter when the castle will feature an outdoor aerial theatre show, where children can even learn some exciting circus skills!
Climb aboard the Spa Valley Railway in Tunbridge Wells to enjoy beautiful views of the Weald. Children will enjoy the ride and can even catch a glimpse of the Easter Bunny on the line, with more activities along the way. There will also be lots of prizes, including chocolate eggs and a chance to win a family day out with Thomas, so don’t miss out! Prices and further information can be found on the website.
The beautiful castle in Edenbridge is transformed this Easter weekend. Bring the whole family along for the Family Fun & Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt this Bank Holiday Weekend. Trek through Hever’s lush gardens and grounds to hunt the Lindt Gold Bunny in order to claim your prize of a chocolate treat. There will also be an Easter Bonnet craft workshop and parade. Full details can be found on Hever Castle’s website.
Head over to the Hop Farm for some amazing Easter fun! Children can take part in soft or adventure play or get up and close with the animals. There will also be plenty of rides suitable for children, as well as Easter games. There will be chances to groom the ponies, feed orphaned lambs, meet ferrets, as well as a whole host of other enjoyable activities for the entire family! See all details on the Hop Farm’s website.
Easter and baby animals go together perfectly, and what better way for your family to enjoy some up-close time with them than at Kent Life? This Easter, head over to Kent Life where you can meet lambs, baby goats and even piglets. There is no shortage of fun family activities, including pot painting, play areas indoors and outdoors, donkey rides and even a bouncy castle! There will also be plenty of Easter shows to enjoy. More information and a full Easter Activity Pack can be found on the website.