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Things to do in Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023

School Easter holidays are approaching, so it’s time for a list of things to do in Worcestershire. Lots of attractions have Easter events taking place this year and others are reopening after a Winter break. From Easter egg hunts to celebrations of spring, there’s lots to see and do around Worcestershire. If you’re on a budget, check out my post about free things to do in Worcestershire as well.

This post covers the Worcestershire area only. If you are looking for Easter days out in nearby counties, please see below:

All Things Wild Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023

Head to All Things Wild during Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023 for a colour egg-stravaganza from 1st to 16th April. Entertainment includes:

  • An egg hunt for all visitors with a possibility of seeing the Easter bunny
  • Interactive stories
  • Chameleon themed crafts
  • Animal enrichment based on eggs
  • Camouflage talks from the keepers
  • Colourful games
  • A scavenger hunt in the wild meadow
  • Science experiments with plenty of colour

Head to the All Things Wild website for full details and to book.

meerkat standing up at All Things Wild in Evesham, Worcestershire
Meerkat at All Things Wild

Attwell Farm Park

It’s all about new life at Attwell Farm this Easter holiday. From 1st to 16th April, Easter themed activities include:

  • Easter egg hunt with 9 colourful eggs hidden around the farm. There’s a prize for everyone who completes the trail.
  • Baby chicks, newborn lambs and baby bunnies to visit
  • Meet the Easter bunny
  • Check out the bug barn and learn about minibeasts and arachnids

All visitors will also get access to the rest of the farm park with animals to feed and indoor and outdoor play areas. Full details are on the Attwell Farm Park website where you can also book online in advance.

Bodenham Arboretum Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023

There are three events taking place at Bodenham Arboretum during Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023. Hunt for a golden egg on their trail from 29th March to 16th April. Or check out the Easter craft sessions from 3rd to 5th and 10th to 12h April. Prefer something more relaxed? How about an Easter afternoon tea on 8th or 9th April? There’s never a vast amount of information available about each event at Bodenham, but you’ll find the basics and information on how to book on their events page.

Croome National Trust

There’s a nature-inspired Easter egg hunt at Croome this April. From the 1st to the 16th, visitors are invited to explore the parkland and gardens following an adventurous trail full of family activities. All participants will receive a chocolate egg or free-from alternative. Full information is available on the Croome website.

Tree on the Croome Estate in Worcestershire with river in foreground reflecting the sunset and the tree
Sunset over the river at Croome

Hanbury Hall National Trust Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023

Like Croome, Hanbury Hall is celebrating Easter with an Easter Egg hunt inspired by nature. From 5th to 11th April 2023, visitors can follow the trail that includes exciting games and activities. Decorate an easter egg and have a go at hula hooping and wheelbarrow racing while you’re there. All participants in the Easter egg hunt will receive a chocolate egg or free-from alternative. Find out more on the Hanbury Hall website.

Hanbury Hall near Droitwich, Worcestershire
Hanbury Hall

Hartlebury Castle

Two events are taking place at Hartlebury Castle this Easter. From 4th to 6th, 7th to 10th and 11th to 13th April 2023, there will be colourful crafting fun. Follow a scavenger hunt around the castle of pinks, reds, blues greens and every colour you can think of. And create your colourful craft masterpiece.

If you decide to visit between 7th and 10th April, there’s an Easter Eggstravaganza taking place as well. Hunt for hidden eggs and look out for the Easter bunny. All participants will get a chocolate treat or dairy free alternative. Easter egg hunts need to be pre-booked. Visitors can also decorate an easter themed bag, listen to Easter stories, and follow an Easter trail inside the castle. Whichever event you go for, don’t forget to visit the adventure playground as well and ride the zip wire and slides. Head to the Hartlebury Castle events page to find out more.

Little Owl Farm Park Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023

During Worcestershire Easter holidays from 1st to 16th April 2023, the following activities will be taking place at Little Owl Farm Park:

  • Easter egg hunt
  • Bottle feeding lambs
  • Meeting ferrets
  • Sheep racing
  • Meerkat feeding and talk
  • Animal encounters
  • Visitors can plant a sunflower

Their indoor and outdoor play areas, go karts, bouncy pillows and animal barns will also be available. Barrel bugs and tractor rides start up again for 2023 as long as the weather allows it. Head to the Little Owl website for more information and to book.

Severn Valley Railway

Severn Valley Railway reopens for the season from 1st April. Whilst there is no specific Easter event taking place, passengers can purchase day tickets to travel during the school Easter holidays. Visitors can take a trip back to the golden age of steam discovering beautiful stations as well as local villages and towns. Explore the Engine House visitor centre, take a look at the nature of the Severn Valley and stop at a pub or café for lunch. Full details, timetables and booking information are on the Severn Valley Railway website. Do check opening dates and timetables before visiting because they’re not open every day.

The Falconry Centre Worcestershire Easter holidays 2023

From 3rd to 16th April (excluding Easter Sunday when they are closed), visitors can follow an Easter egg themed activity trail around the Falconry Centre site. While you’re there, why not watch one of the bird flights? Flying displays take place daily at 1pm and 3.30pm. Visitors can look around the aviaries and you can also book a bird handling experience, suitable for everyone from age 6 upwards. These must be booked in advance. Full information about the event and handling experiences is on the Falconry Centre website.

West Midland Safari Park

It’s all about Bramble the Easter Bunny West Midland Safari Park this April. From 1st to 16th, look out for:

  • Bramble’s birthday bash live show celebrating the park’s 50th birthday – the interactive show includes games and dancing
  • Meet and greet with Bramble
  • Bramble’s scratchcard Easter egg trail
  • A photo point to take photos for your social media
  • A birthday egg hunt competition to win a family platinum pass for the year
  • Guess the number of eggs competition to win an overnight stay in Rhino lodge
  • Animal shows and encounters

Visitors will have access to all the usual attractions including the drive through safari and visiting the other animals. The theme park is open and rides incur an additional cost. Full event details are on the West Midland Safari Park website. You can also read my review of a family day out at the West Midland Safari Park.

Witley Court

Take on an Easter Adventure Quest at Witley Court this school holiday. From 1st to 16th April, clues and challenges will be dotted around the gardens and grounds along with traditional Easter games. Find the Easter eggs to win an adventurer’s certificate and a chocolate treat. While you’re there, don’t forget to go nature spotting, take the audio tour, marvel at their water fountain and enjoy the wilderness play area. For full details of the event and to book, head to the Witley Court website. You can also read our review of a family day out at Witley Court.  

pond and fountain with Witley Court  Worcestershire in background and blue sky
Witley court water fountain

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