The Gator Watch guide to the best days out this easter

Hello Easter! We are super excited about the arrival of the Easter Holidays. There always seems to be a whole host of exciting things to see and experience over Easter both at home and out and about. This week we want to share with you the most exciting events that will be going on over the Easter holidays. These days out will be sure to get your kids OFF their screens and enjoying the outdoors. So without further ado.

ENGLISH HERITAGE – HUNTING FOR DINOSAUR EGGS

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Photo Credit: English Heritage

Release your inner adventurer and join the hunt for dragon eggs at English Heritage locations this Easter.

While there you will be able to follow trails, crack clues and claim a special reward. You can also visit their Easter crafts and activities section for ideas as to how intrepid explorers can prepare for their wild adventure. For more details click here.

NATIONAL TRUST – 50 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU’RE 11 ¾ THIS EASTER

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Head to the 50 Things Activity Station for a range of outdoor activities to complete before you’re 11 3/4! Make a grass trumpet, go bird watching, or choose one of the many other tasks to tick off your list!

There is always so much to explore at your local, national trust property, and you can guarantee that the kids will love being outside for the day. For more information click here.

WISLEY – THE RHYMING RABBIT

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Photo Credit: Wisley

With Wisleys gardens bursting into bloom it’s the perfect place for a fun-filled Easter day out.

While you are there, you will be able to follow the rhyming rabbit trail around the gardens. Why not add your own rhyme to their giant pottery wall and enter their illustration competition? Wisley will have lots of other activities going on such as Storytelling, sew and grow sessions as well as face painting (to name a few) To find the full list of events click here.

WAKEHURST PLACE – HORRIBLE SCIENCE

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Photo Credit: Wakehurst Place

Go and experience Horrible Science at Wakehurst this Easter Holiday, based on the best-selling Horrible Science books by Nick Arnold.

Join them for an exciting line-up of activities to explore the most villainous tricks and secrets of the plant world. Learn about the weirdest and most horrible plants, from bug-eating monsters to weeds that kill in their variety of horrid activities. Stinky plant workshops, horrible plant games, frightening face-painting, a wicked weeds trail and more will be waiting to lure you in. For more information click here.

DENBIES WINE ESTATE

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Visit Denbies wine estate this easter for a whole host of fantastic easter activities. Join their beautiful train ride and teddy bears picnic or get up close and personal to some snakes and spiders at their creepy crawly roadshow. There is something new on every day of the Easter holidays at Denbies. Let’s not forget that it is the perfect place for a spring walk, and even a glass of wine for mummy! For more information, please click here.

We hope you love these ideas as much as we do. We can’t wait to get the kids out and about this Easter. Join the conversation in the comments below or via our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages. We would love to know what you will be getting up to this Easter!

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