Chocolate egg hunts, craft days and more kid-friendly activities this Easter Weekend
There’s a jam-packed range of kid-friendly fun going on around Cambridge this year for Easter. If the little ones (or bigger ones) are chocolate fans, visit Peckover House and Gardens (25-28 March), Ickworth House and Gardens (25 March to 8 April) or Wicken Fen (25-28 March) for Easter trails sponsored by Cadbury, each is £2.50 a head. If you’d like something a little less sugar heavy, head to Audley End (£9.60, 25-28 March), Anglesey Abbey (£2.50, 25-28 March) or Wandlebury Country Park (£8, 26 March): all have sweets on offer, but they’re balanced out with crafts and outdoor activities.
The Easter fun is starting over at Wandlebury Country Park in the Gog Magog Hills with a fun day on 26 March. Kids aged five and up are invited to join in with indoor craft activities using natural materials, before heading into the park to find clues and chocolate prizes. Sessions run at 10.30am and 1pm, and cost £8 per child; adults go free. All children must be accompanied by an adult.