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Celebrating Easter in Cardiff

Shops, parks and tourist attractions all around the country are all gearing up for this year’s Easter bank holiday weekend and Cardiff is certainly no exception. The city is absolutely buzzing with fun things to do over the Easter break, especially if you have young children.

As a local removal company, we are pretty familiar with Cardiff and so we thought we’d give you this roundup of where you can go and what you can do to celebrate the upcoming Easter holiday.

Celebrating Easter in Cardiff

1. Get the whole family to hunt for the Easter Bunny

Cwmcarn Forest is hosting an Easter Bunny hunt for the whole family to take part in and enjoy. From 10am to 3pm, you can visit the forest and follow the carrot trail that takes you to the Easter Bunny to claim your prize. For only £3.50, you and your kids can have a memorable time following this trail of clues in the forest for a special surprise.

2. Dine at the Easter Weekend Food Brawl

Famous restaurants at Welsh street are gathering on Roath Yard for the Easter Weekend Food Brawl. Participating restaurants in the fair are XXX Burgers, Meat & Greek, Brother Thai, Puckin Poutine, Bearded Taco, Tukka Tuk, Seadog, Disco Picnic, and Murray Mays.

Street Food Circus is hosting this event to celebrate the much-awaited boxing match of Anthony Joshua vs Joseph Parker in Cardiff. Participants of the Food Brawl will fight against one another, impressing as many diners as they could to be crowned the winner. If you are a foodie, you should certainly consider spending your Easter holiday helping to judge each restaurant’s best dish. Sounds like food heaven to us.

3. Visit Cardiff Castle

One of Cardiff’s best attractions and one of the best places to go to this Easter weekend with the kids is Cardiff Castle. Situated at the medieval centre of Cardiff, the Castle has a lot of activities lined up this Easter.

Below is a roundup of all the activities taking place there over the Easter weekend:

  • Easter trail – find clues in and outside the castle, and solve the Easter trail puzzle to win an Easter prize.
  • Meet the Warwick Warriors Knights – meet the resident knights, take pictures, and watch them do combat displays and fight sequences at the castle grounds.
  • Egg roll – Get rolling on the castle grounds for the popular Easter tradition.
  • Decorate your own Easter Eggs – Let your children show their creative side by signing them up at the Castle’s Egg decorating event. For only £5.00 for a pair of child and adult, Eggs and supplies are all included.
  • Egg race – Show your competitive side in the traditional Egg and spoon race. There are 2 races scheduled every day of the Easter weekend for parents and kids to take part of.
  • Easter Bunny hunt – Easter bunnies are hidden all around the castle apartments for everyone to find.
  • Climb to the top of the Keep – the top of the Keep offers a grand view of the whole city.
  • Clock-tower tour – The Clock-tower tour only happens on weekends and bank holidays. In this activity, you get to roam around the decorated rooms within the majestic tower.

4. Go on a good old Easter Egg Hunt

An Easter weekend is incomplete without an Easter Egg hunt. Cadbury’s has partnered up with National Trust and is hosting several Easter Egg hunts around town. One of the famous locations is at the huge lawn of Dyffryn Gardens. Find hidden clues all over the garden to successfully get to the chocolate surprise. Kids and adults can join in the fun for only £3.00 per trail.

5. Celebrate Easter with the Gruffalo

If you want to take your family to get some fresh air over the Easter weekend, head on to Mountain View Ranch for an Easter adventure. The Ranch is known being the only licensed Gruffalo trail in Wales. And besides the fun activities people of all ages get to enjoy in this place, they are also hosting a festive Easter celebration this weekend. Together with its offered activities such as the Guided Gruffalo Trail, there will be a special Easter Treats Trail, a campfire with marshmallows, bunny petting, and a lot more Easter activities to do in the Ranch!

There are plenty of things to do over the Easter holidays in Cardiff. This city offers a lot of exciting activities for all ages. Whether you are living in Cardiff or thinking about moving to Cardiff, or simply visiting the city, a lot of fun is surely in store for you!

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