Spring has sprung and Liverpool has some great events in store this Easter – here’s how to plan your Easter break.
Take your family on an Easter egg hunt
This Easter, Speke Hall is organising its very own Cadbury Egg Hunts, which take place throughout the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. Treat your family to a fun-packed Cadbury Egg Hunt, where the winner will receive a tasty Cadbury chocolate treat. The perfect day out this Easter in Liverpool.
Another fun Easter Egg Hunt is taking place at Church Farm in Wirral, where families can ride a tractor to the Church Farm Easter forest. Play some basketball or hook-a-duck and be the first to solve the Easter puzzle so you can win a delicious chocolate gift.
Head to the Exhibition Centre at Kings Dock and experience the largest indoor inflatable play park in the country! Wacky World, with its massive 30,000-square-foot inflatable and 20 interactive activities, is guaranteed to provide hours of fun for adults and kids alike. The event will be held between Monday 17th and Wednesday 19th April, we recommend booking your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Head to Sefton Park this Easter Bank Holiday weekend and enjoy a traditional Victorian funfair, face-painting, archery, walking pet balloons and other fun family activities. The venue will also feature a special pop-up farm with lambs, rabbits, goats and other farm animals, and plenty of delicious food and drink (including chocolate!). Another great family day out this Easter in Liverpool.
Taking place on Easter Sunday and Monday, this unique tea party gives families the chance to party with the famous characters of Alice in Wonderland. Croxteth Hall is one of Liverpool’s finest historic houses, dating back to the 16th century and surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens.