Easter Bank Holiday - What to do Around Nottingham

Posted on March 24, 2016

easter bank holidayToday is the beginning of the Easter Bank Holiday, what plans have you got? There are quite a few activities you could part take around Nottingham this weekend, from the traditional Easter Egg Hunt to a foam party at the National Ice Centre. Here's a list of our favourite activities

Easter Bank Holiday activities ideal for some family fun

Eggciting Easter Extravaganza will be taking place at Green's Windmill in Sneiton on Good Friday from 10am. Take this opportunity to spend the bank holiday exploring the historic site while hunting for Easter eggs. Suitable for kids aged 3+

Good Friday to Easter Monday starting at 10am. Here you can help Alice find the Rabbit tails that have been hidden across the abbey grounds. £1 for a trail leaflet and you could also win a prize!

The perfect opportunity to burn off them calories from all the chocolate Easter eggs we've been stuffing our faces with! Get fit and have fun this Bank holiday. Make sure you don't miss the foam party on Easter Sunday. Standard Skating - £6.50

Lear more about the fascinating story of Sir Roger Casement in an actor led tour opening. Sir Roger Casement played an important role in acquiring guns for the Easter uprising in Ireland in 1916. Adults £9.95, kids £7.95.

Baby bunnies and chicks all the way! Don't miss this beautiful opportunity this Bank holiday. FREE!

Nice opportunity for a nice long walk on Sunday morning. Learn more about Robin Hood, complete all the clues and win a prize. All for £1

Pop down to Wollaton Hall this Bank Holiday, take a walk, meet the deer, browse amongst an array of beautiful craft stalls with Easter goodies. All FREE!

Celebrate the introduction of the British Summer Time 100 years ago. The event includes a teddy bear hunt and professional hands-on watch and clock workshops.

Family activities - design lace patterns and bring an entire lace factory back to life this Easter holiday.

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