Things to in Somerset this Easter

/Things to in Somerset this Easter

Things to in Somerset this Easter

Whether your looking for a four-night break over the holidays or ideas to keep busy, we’ve got you covered with fun and interesting events happening in Somerset.

Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt, Cheddar – 6th to 22nd April

Ideally located within a 10-minute drive of Strawberryfield Park, adventure Gough’s Cave. The Easter bunny has hidden 50 glow in the dark eggs and it’s your job to crack the code he’s left behind.

As a bonus, find the golden egg left behind by Richard Gough himself in the Victorian times and once complete, grab yourself a prize!

This egg-perience is included in the day ticket so you can enjoy Cheddar’s other attractions including The Cliff-Top Walk, Beyond the View and the Lookout Tower.

This event is for children accompanied by an adult and is a great way to adventure the largest Gorge in the UK. To buy tickets visit https://www.cheddargorge.co.uk/whats-on/glow-in-the-dark-egg-hunt-2019

Bristol Fashion Week Festival, Cribbs Causeway – 3rd to 7th April

Be truly inspired this Spring and get the hottest trends! You’ll be treated to not one, but three events with this ticket including the catwalk show, styling workshops and a conversation with Caryn Franklyn, the former Fashion Editor of i-D Magazine. They’ve teamed up with Dior Backstage to showcase the trendiest make-up looks for the season.

To book tickets, visit https://www.mallcribbs.com/events/bristol-fashion-week-festival-ss19

Good Friday Raceday, Bath – 19th April

A great Good Friday event for friends, families, couples and celebrations. The ultimate day to relish in the eclectic atmosphere, chilled refreshments and what we hope will be great weather.

Tickets start from £22 and to purchase them, please visit https://www.bath-racecourse.co.uk/whats-on/good-friday

The Matthew of Bristol, Bristol – Dates Vary

Take to the sea with Matthew, a modern reconstruction of the original Matthew that John Cabot sailed to Newfoundland in 1947 himself.

Depending on the ticket you purchase, the Matthew sets sail around the Bristol harbour or down the Avon and under the Avon Gorge.

Toward the end of the Easter, treat yourself to a cream tea as you take in the atmosphere or enjoy a relaxing cruise with a traditional fish and chips.

This is an adventure you must try when you visit the historic city of Bristol.

For more information or to book tickets, visit https://matthew.co.uk/our-history

Cadbury Easter Hunt, Brean Downs – 19th to 22nd April

Enjoy far reaching views from the top of the Down and join in on the fun. This natural pier and Victorian fort is a National Trust site and they’re inviting you to participate in their hunt for eggs. Admission is free and the hunt is only £2.50 per child. For more information visit https://easter.cadbury.co.uk/brean-down/

Thatchers Cider Tasting Evening, Weston-Super-Mare – Thursday 18th April

Love cider? Then you’ll love it here! Experience true Somerset in style at the Winter Gardens. Led by the experts from the Somerset cider-makers and a chance to sample the full range of ciders. On arrival, you’ll be treated to a glass of Thatchers Family Reserve or try your hand at one of the cider cocktail samples or the rustic buffet.For more information or to book tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thatchers-cider-tasting-evening-lasseters-tickets-57803240047

Book to stay at Strawberryfield Park this Easter…

Prices start from only £556, to book contact us on 01934 533 280

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