Easter Activities

  • Stuck for exciting things to do this Easter, here is our guide of suggestions to get you outdoors this Spring.

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    1. Visit Kew Gardens in London, it is one of the world’s most well-known botanic gardens, showcasing millions of exotic plants. When you visit you can expect to see an aerial view of the immaculate gardens from the Xstrata Treetop Walkway. There is a huge space fill of tropical forest trees inside the Palm House. There is also a small royal palace that you can explore as well as the vast range of plants, trees and flowers on show.

     

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    1. The Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall is the perfect place to explore the wild and wonderful land of Heligan. This is Britain’s real life “secret garden” that was lost amongst weeds, rediscovered in 1990 and restored to its Victorian glory. In this wonderland are giant statues, a 100ft rope bridge, and 200 acres of ancient pastures, woodlands, ponds and lakes. This place is full of wildlife and discovery, the perfect place to explore over Easter.

     

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    1. Explore UK best national trust places with the National Trust Touring Pass. For a small fee, it allows you and your family to visit lots of unique, historic houses, castles and gardens. Properties include locations for famous films such as Pride and Prejudice and the Harry Potter films. This is a perfect way to keep the kids busy over the Easter break with passes that last from 7 days to 14 days.