It’s that time of the year again – holiday season! Easter is right around the corner, and we do love it because it’s an official annual holiday. Everyone gets days off. Kids are on vacation and it is an opportunity for us to spend more time with them. Whether you choose to take tots on a road trip or you plan on spending Easter at home baking cheese pies and painting eggs, the variety of activities we can engage in is endless. Around this time of the year, Liverpool becomes an Easter mecca. There are egg hunts families can try out, parties, shows, and a lot more. Let’s have a closer look at some of the best family Easter activities in Liverpool.
Find the closest Cadbury Egg Hunt close to your home, and make Easter special for your loved ones. Speke Hall, for example, welcomes families to embark in a real adventure. The ancient woodland area is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors and have a ton of fun. Starting on April 14, you are invited to hunt for Robin Hood’s mysterious forest friends. How many riddles can you solve? Pay close attention to the clues and get delicious treats every time you solve a riddle at the end of a trail. The hunt begins on at the Dairy Courtyard, at 10.30am. You have until 4pm to gather as many clues as you can. Let the fun begin!
There’s another Cadbury Egg Hunt at Formby. Explore the marvellous world of painted eggs, and join the fun. There are smaller hunts for little tots, as well as longer hunts for teens and grown-ups. The adventure begins on April, 15 at 11am. Tickets are £5, and to make sure your spot is guaranteed you should make reservations in advance. To make the registration process go smoother upon arrival, you should print out your tickets to get started as soon as possible. Bring proper running shoes and clothing. Even though we can’t guarantee that the weather will be on your side, we do vouch that you’ll have a lot of fun.
We just can’t get enough of these egg hunts! They’re just amazing because they bring families together. One of the best family Easter activities in Liverpool for 2017 is at Church Farm. The fascinating egg hunt will begin on April 14 and it lasts until April 17. There’s plenty of time to come and join the fun. What do you have do to? Basically, look for eggy clues in the forest, solve puzzles, play games and at the end, claim your grand prize; which comes in delicious chocolate treats.
The hunt begins with a fun tractor ride. You’ll be heading to the forest where you’ll start looking for the clues. Some clues are riddles, others involve playing a game and putting some of your skills to the test. Tickets are £8.50 for parents and £8 for tots. Book in advances to make sure your spot is guaranteed. Toddlers will have a chances to meet and take photos with the Easter bunny; admission to the park also includes animal feeding sessions and tractor rides. However, if you’d like to try out mini golfing, sessions are paid separately.
This Easter, Shankly Hotel hosts a very nice afternoon tea party you cannot miss out. The location is at the hotel’s rooftop Garden of Eden, and it includes delicious food and a very exclusive high-end ambiance. For parents, it is the perfect way to spend the Easter holiday weekend. Be ready to delight in scrumptious finger sandwiches, sweet treats & cake, croissants and chicken Caesar wraps, and fine drinks. There will be events for kids as well, including an egg hunt. Easter characters will pop up to keep tots entertained; they’ll definitely want to meet the Easter bunny and participate in the face painting sessions available on site. Tickets are £29.95 for adults, and £14.95 for kids.
Tatton Park spans on more than 1,000 acres of land, and it is one of Liverpool’s finest outdoor reservations for families. At the Tudor Old Hall, visitors are invited to uncover centuries of historic facts. The glorious gardens are home to several rare breed of animals; your kids will probably fall in love with the deer. For this Easter holiday, Tatton Park has planned a treasure trail event. Families should prepare as the activities are numerous. Follow the Farm, Gardens and Mansion trails in an attempt to uncover the chocolate treats. Take the kids to Stableyard for some storytelling, face painting sessions, magic tricks, and puppet shows, and allow them to socialize, make friends, and have the best time of their life.
Tatton Parks features a wealth of different activities all year round. Visitors can have a picnic, rent a bike to explore the premises, run, enjoy a horse riding session, or fly a kite. The natural habitat of this woodland area is the perfect place to spend more time with the kids. Since it’s Easter, there’s plenty of time to try them all. Depending on what you want to do upon arrival, prices per tickets vary. We recommend a totally Tatton family ticket (£33 for 2 adults and up to 3 kids) to have access to all three area – the Mansion, Farm, and Gardens.
Liverpool is such a beautiful place to explore on Easter. There are lots of family Easter activities in Liverpool you can try out. From egg hunts to afternoon tea events, there has to be something to exceed your expectations. Settle on a budget, gather the kids around, and start making plans. Book tickets in advance and enjoy Easter in style.