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Things to do on Easter weekend: Red Letter Days for the whole family UK News

Don’t know what to do during the Easter holidays? Want to go out with the kids but don’t know what to do? Don’t worry, Red Letter Days is on hand to help you with a wide variety of experiences and activities that you can enjoy with the whole family.

Whether it’s a dinner on a bus, an animal adventure or an activity for the daredevils, there really is something for everyone to make your little ones love their half- session !

Easter activities for animal lovers

Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm Entry with Alpaca Walk for two adults and two children, was £42, now £29

Discover the truly cute attributes of alpacas on a family day out at Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm. Set in beautiful Warwickshire countryside, this cheerful place is also home to adorable giant rabbits, pygmy goats, chickens and runner ducks.

Pig Lover Experience at Kew Little Pigs for two, was £150, now £123

Enjoy a unique pig petting experience at Kew Little Pigs for two. Situated on Old Amersham Farm, Kew Little Pigs is home to a variety of micro pigs, piglets and show pigs. This adorable four-hour experience begins with an introduction and tour of the farm and pig pens. Then enjoy the rare opportunity to get up close to the pigs, playing, petting and even grooming these adorable barnyard animals.

Easter activities for football fans

Manchester United Old Trafford stadium tour for one adult and one child, £40

Enjoy this Old Trafford tour for one adult and one child. You can walk through the famous players’ tunnel, visit the press room, stand next to the iconic pitch and head for the dugouts.

Liverpool FC Anfield Stadium tour for one adult and one child with museum entry, £37

This Liverpool Football Club stadium tour for one adult and one child is the perfect opportunity to learn about the club’s rich history. The tour includes a multimedia handset, which acts as a guide, with the flexibility to select content and take the tour at an appropriate pace. Tour guides are on hand to answer questions at any time. From the main stand, walk through the players’ lounge, press rooms, dressing rooms, walk through the players’ tunnel and sit in Jurgen Klopp’s seat.

Wembley Stadium tour for two adults and two children, £60

Opened in 2007 to replace the original National Stadium, the new Wembley has become one of football’s most famous venues. Go behind the scenes of this impressive stadium with a fully guided tour. Explore parts of this iconic sporting and musical venue normally invisible to the public. Start under the original crossbar from the 1966 World Cup final, then head into the press room.

Adventurous Easter Activities

The Toboggan at ArcelorMittal Orbit – Family Ticket £53

Enjoy a fun family day on the ArcelorMittal Orbit viewing platforms and dare to dive at high speed in The Slide. Begin this experience, for two adults and two children, by ascending the magnificent ArcelorMittal Orbit, the 114.5-meter sculpture and observation tower located at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Family snorkeling and admission to Skegness Aquarium, was £120, now £50

Visit Skegness Aquarium for the ultimate snorkelling experience with baby sharks. This is a unique family day that the children are sure to remember for years to come. This experience includes snorkeling for two children, who will have the chance to enter the 1.1 meter shallow waters of The Lost Lagoon to search for hidden treasure and tempt baby sharks with chopped squid.

Entrance to indoor trampoline at Flip Out for two adults and two children, £49

Flip Out is the ultimate trampoline and adventure park filled with active fun for the whole family. Bounce together at one of many popular locations including Somerset, Chichester, Leicester and Wandsworth. Enjoy unlimited access for one hour to wall-to-wall trampolines, foam pits, tumbling tracks, gladiator pit, battle beam stations, ninja obstacle course, stunt areas And much more.

Easter activities for foodies

Afternoon Tea London Bus Tour for Two with Brigit’s Bakery £110

Soak up the capital’s stunning sights with this unique bus tour and Brigit’s Bakery afternoon tea for two. In true British style, board a vintage 1960s Routemaster bus and sip a cup of freshly brewed tea while sampling a variety of decadent treats. Along the way, see some of London’s most iconic and historic landmarks, including Nelson’s Column, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, plus a taste of the city’s culture in South Kensington, Trafalgar Square and Notting Hill.

Kids Sushi Masterclass at Inamo, Soho, £22

At the fabulous Inamo in Soho, the group will gather around an expert sushi chef, learning all the top secret sushi-making techniques. Each little chef will receive ten sushi to feast on while they work…

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This notice was published: 2022-04-15 23:02:00

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