With lockdown restrictions still in place, it’s still up in the air with what events are allowed to go on over the Easter holidays. As of the 29th of March, the rule of six will be back in place with regards to meeting outside. We’ve put together some Easter events that we’ve found are still going ahead this year for you to enjoy. Let’s see what there is to do this Easter in Yorkshire.
If you’d like to get outside over Easter we’ve put together a list of all the National Trust sites that you can visit to get out and stretch your legs with the kids.
Obviously, Easter is about chocolate, so why not get creative with the viral trend of the minute, and make some cheesecake Easter eggs. If you’d like some inspiration check out our article here for some of the best ones we’ve found.
Make sure you check if you need to pre-book for each event – there are link to the websites to do so.
1. Mother Shipton’s Easter Adventure
Found in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, Mother Shipton’s Cave as an egg-citing event that you can take part in this year. It’s England’s oldest tourist attraction, where Yorkshire Prophetess Mother Shipton was born. They have Humpty Dumpty and all his storybook friends for you to enjoy this spring. It will run from 27th March to 18th April. If you’d like to book your tickets, click here.
2. Scampton’s Easter Bunny Trail
Found in Malton, North Yorkshire, Scampton Hall is a Regency Style Hall with a four-acre contemporary garden. They play host to a great Easter Bunny Trail that takes places around the gardens and parkland. It is an interactive and fun activity for all the family, which includes a trail map with clues that you have to solve. It is £1.00 per entry and is on from 31st March to 11th April. If you’d d
3. Stockeld Park Easter Egg Trail
Stockeld Park is a Grade-I listed country house and estate situated between the towns of Wetherby and Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Their annual Easter egg trail takes you around their beautiful parkland, so, is great for all the family. The larger than life eggs are painted as colourful characters making the egg hunt so much more fun! The price for the trail is included in the Easter Adventure Day Pass. To find out more, click here.
4. Brodsworth Hall and Gardens Easter Adventure Quest
Near Sheffield in South Yorkshire, Brodsworth Hall has a legendary quest this Easter holiday where your children can crack clues and search for dragon eggs while exploring their outdoor trail through the gardens. There are chocolate treats and a certificate to be had. You can take part from the 29th March until the 18th April. It costs just £1.50 per child, which includes a pencil for your quest. You can find out more information here.
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