Looking for things to do in North Devon this Easter weekend? Here’s our top 10 things to do, from Easter egg hunts to meeting Star Wars characters.
It’s the Easter holidays and North Devon are offering plenty of egg-citing activities and fun for all the family.
No need to hunt for days out, we’ve got it covered. Here are some sweet things that are taking place.
Lamb talks at Arlington Court
Arlington Court is hosting its Spring Lamb Talks this weekend.
Come and meet the newest flock of lambs and enjoy talks given by local farmers on how to rear sheep and how they help the Arlington Estate thrive.
Easter egg hunts at The Big Sheep
The Big Sheep in Bideford is holding its annual Easter egg hunt this weekend.
With more than 30,000 chocolate eggs to find over the whole amusement park, this event is sure to give participants a sugar rush.
Easter challenge at RHS Rosemoor
Rosemoor has its own Easter challenge taking place over the weekend.
The hunt for the special gold bunny is a chance for families to hop along Lindt trails and solve clues to gains delicious chocolate rewards.
Chocolate Festival at Atlantic Village
Atlantic Village is holding a chocolate festival on Satruday morning through to Sunday evening.
It will be selling delicious chocolate boxes, freshly made crepes, chocolate e-claire’s fudge and more.
Star Wars at The Milky Way
You won’t need to force the kids to put their shoes on if you plan on visiting the Milky Way Adventure Park over the school holidays.
Star Wars fans will have the chance to meet with characters from the films and take pictures as they patrol the park through out the day.
Easter workshops at Dartington Crystal
Darlington Crystal is getting creative this Easter.
On April 2, there will be an Easter bonnet workshop, glass painting, face painting and a cracking Easter egg trail.
Jazz at Broomhill Art Hotel
Award Winning Saxaphonist and Jazz artist Ed Jones will be performing at the Broomhill Art Hotel next week.
Attendees will be able to view the Art as well as feast on a tasty Mediterranean buffet while Ed plays his famous set. Tickets are available online.
Alice in Wonderland at Petroc
The Theatre Petroc is putting on a show of their own with the Story of Alice and Wonderland told through dance.
The show is on for a limited time only, with the first being on March 28 and the last on March 29. You won’t want to be late for this!
Easter Bunny breakfast at Wyevale
Wyevale Garden Centre has invited the Easter bunny over for breakfast and a cup of tea every morning until April 15.
Kids will be able to enjoy a delicious meal with their favourite furry friend, as well as decorate their own Easter cookie and receive some cuddly new toys.
Easter trail at Woolacombe
Woolacombe has some tasty surprises that are waiting to be discovered over the weekend.
Participants will have to follow the trails and clues in an exciting adventure around Woolacombe Warren to find the Cadbury’s treats.