With the Easter Holidays fast approaching now is the best time to make plans to keep the kids busy and we have compiled a list of 5 fabulous things in and around Durham that the kids are looking forward to this year!
Sidegate, Durham City
No need to pre-book to have fun with our Pirates and Princesses.
Crook Hall and Gardens, Durham City
South Road, Durham City
Join artist-author Ingrid Sylvestre for a day of giraffe storytelling as favourite characters Necky Becky and family stick their necks out for their dreams. Each short story will begin on the hour, with fun activities in-between.
Durham University Botanic Garden, Durham City
Celebrate Easter in this fun packed day by taking part in lots of drop-in craft activities for all ages, and an Easter themed trail. Children must be accompanied by an adult, for whom normal admission applies.
The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
In celebration of 150 years of Lewis Caroll’s classic children’s story ‘Alice in Wonderland’… Lumley Castle are holding their very own Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
Easter Trail around Low Burhall is held Friday 14th April (Good Friday.) Complete our Easter themed trail and collect a chocolate prize. Event will be running between 11am and 3pm. Booking essential
Evie has made a list of the things she would love to get up to during the holidays, including visits to the beach, arcades and going out for lunch. We were discussing the list on the way to school the other morning and I mentioned a few things, I asked where she would like to go and she thought for a second and said ‘erm…Mexico?’ Sorry Evie maybe next year lol
What do you have planned for the holidays?
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