Have an Egg-citing, Eggs-hilarating, Eggs-travaganza…this Easter!
Easter 2013 in Liverpool is going to be great with something for everyone. So, now is the time to get your diary and pencil in some egg-citing events.
I’ve just checked out what’s available for the girls this holiday and along with the usual Awesome Walls climbing days there’s alot going.
On Friday 29th March Active Adventures at Otterspool have an amazing Easter Bunny Maze.
On Saturday the Walker Art Gallery have an Easter Crafts from 1pm-4pm and between 2pm and 4pm there is a Mad museum hatters parade at the Museum of Liverpool. Eggsellent fun!
If you have time on Saturday, sneak off at 1pm to Waterstone’s Liverpool One to see the talented and humorous author Richard Penny who will be in store, joking and signing one of his latest childrens books-‘Of course you can meet the Queen!’ A magical story telling the tale of a determined and tenacious child who waits outside the palace to meet the queen.
On 31st March, Speke Hall have the annual Cadbury’s Easter Egg Trail followed by their Easter bonnet making workshop.
Make a trip this holiday to the fun filled chocolate surprises at Farmer Teds, and win heaps of prizes. See the sheep, lambs, chicks and baby pigs too as they roam around the fun filled farm.
On 2nd April Sefton Park Palm House hosts the International Children’s Book Day with an Easter Hunt and Party. You can join Jumping Jacks, and The Easter Bunny, as Liverpool libraries host the ‘Ticket to Read’ show. You’ll find singing, dancing, face painting, fancy dress and a bucket load of laughter between 1pm and 4pm. http://www.wegottickets.com/event/205419
Why not take a trip to the beautiful Croxteth Hall and take part in the annual Easter Egg Hunt now on until Sunday 14th April. Who knows, you may be walking away with that delicious chocolate treat.
On 6th April Prescot Museum are on the road again with their Family First Saturday’s. Artist, Pui Lee assists children in art activities, all free and no need to book. Tel 0151443 5354
Not to be missed and something I will be attending, is the ’17th Century Living’ historical reanactment at Norton Priory between 13th 14th April. Join the new recruits from the Godolphin’s Regiment of Foote. The Walled garden will be the venue to experience the sights, sounds and smells of life in the 17th Century- watch as they fire muskets and practice pike drill.
Not to be outdone the Albert dock strikes out with a massive Victorian Carousel which will spin you around and then march you into the fun with an amazing FREE Albert Dock Easter Egg Hunt.
Have a brilliant Easter!