Easter weekend is just around the corner now and that means one thing, the school Easter holidays are about to get underway.

If you’re struggling with ideas to keep the whole family occupied during this time off, you’ll be pleased to hear that we’ve come up with plenty of ideas to keep everyone entertained for the whole holiday!

National Trust Easter Egg Hunts

We love the National Trust and all their parks (almost as much as the National trust love the HandiMoova) and think they’re great places to spend quality family time, without breaking the bank.

A walk around a National Trust park or property is a perfect way to spend a few hours but if you want to make your Easter adventure with the National Trust even more exciting, taking part in the Cadbury egg hunts they’re running over the Easter weekend at all their sites is a perfect idea.

Over the 4-day Easter weekend, Cadbury has teamed up with the National Trust to run Easter egg hunts for all ages to offer hours of entertainment, as well as tasty chocolate rewards throughout your walk at over 250 of their locations.

Trip to the Seaside

Another cheap way to spend a few hours getting exercise out in the fresh air is to take a trip to the seaside. The weather can be hit and miss over the Easter period, so if you wake up to a nice day, pack up everything you need and head to your nearest seaside for some classic British holiday fun.

If you’re planning to turn your trip to the seaside into a day at the beach, you’re probably going to need to pack a lot of things to keep everyone happy, so when it comes to transporting all your seaside essentials from the car to your perfect sunny spot, the HandiMoova is on hand to make light work of carrying all your belongings.

Family Bike Ride

Bike riding is a fun and affordable activity that all the family can enjoy together. Whether you ride around your local area or get in the car and head somewhere a little more picturesque for your cycling adventure, bike riding is a great way to spend a few hours without needing to spend a penny.

Nature Spotting

Family walks are great ways to embrace the outdoors but they don’t always keep kids entertained for hours, whereas going on a nature spotting walk is even more fun for all ages. You can stay close to home or head further afield but wherever you go for your family stroll, spend some extra time taking in the scenery and looking out for the signature signs of spring like new animals, daffodils and bluebells.

Try Something New

Although spending time with family doing the things you already love is always a good way to spend time, Easter holidays are also the perfect time to try something new. Whether you fancy trying watersports for the first time or taking on a new challenge you’ve always wanted to complete such as a zip line or obstacle course, the Easter break is the perfect time to get out and fall in love with a new hobby.

The options are endless for keeping the whole family happy and busy during the Easter holidays and if the weather lets you down, indoor activities such as at home ‘cinema days’, teddy bear picnics and baking are always entertaining for all ages.

What’s your favourite thing to do in the Easter holidays with all the family? Let us know by getting in touch!

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