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Where to Celebrate Easter in Swindon

A long bank holiday weekend is always something to look forward to an Easter bank holiday weekend is a great time of year to get out and do stuff, especially if you have small children. Swindon has loads of fun things to do over Easter and as a removal company based in the West, we are pretty familiar with the city so we thought we’d put together this handy guide to point you in the direction of some fun things to do there this upcoming Easter weekend.

Celebrate Easter in Swindon

1. Aboard the Easter Eggspress

The Easter Bunny is making a special appearance at the Swindon and Cricklade Railway from March 30th to April 2nd. If your kids are interested in train rides and railroads, getting onboard the Easter Eggspress is certainly not going to disappoint. There are daily train rides this Easter weekend for both steam-hauled and diesel-hauled trains. Prices range from £4-6 for children, and £6-8 for adults.

2. Spend the day at Roves Farm

Your kids would surely have a fun time spending the day at Roves Farm this Easter. From the 30th of March up to April 15th, the farm has a full day programme for each child to join and enjoy. Besides riding tractor rides and feeding the farm animals, your kids can join the Easter Bunny Hunt and even meet the Easter Bunny himself.

3. Go on a spectacular Easter Egg hunt

Easter Egg hunts are popular activities during the Easter holiday. Discover hidden Eggs as you and your children explore the lake and the woods at South Cerney Outdoor. You can hunt for Easter Eggs by kayak, canoe, or by foot. Tickets for this fun and unique activity are very affordable, from £7.50 for adults and £12.00 for children. If you are up for this event, you have to book now as tickets are limited!

4. Follow the Easter trail

A Scavenger hunt is totally a fun activity you get to do with your kids. They get to put on their thinking caps and you get to help them on the way. Lydiard Park is having an Easter Trail Egg Hunt around their woodlands, lawns, and lakes for just £5.00 per child. You and your kids are asked to find clues hidden around the park. And these clues will eventually lead you to the final stop where your kids can claim their Easter prize.

5. Take advantage of Easter lunch specials

Easter Sunday calls for family gatherings. What better way to celebrate the occasion than availing Easter special deals and offers at your favourite Swindon restaurant? Plenty of local restaurants and hotels at Swindon are offering Easter Sunday lunch. One of these is the Hilton Swindon, which has a four-course carvery followed by an Easter Egg hunt in the afternoon.

6. Unwind with afternoon tea

Many Swindon hotels and tea rooms are having a special Easter Day Afternoon Tea. Some to look out for are Sudbury House Hotel, Wyevale Garden Center, and Upton House and Garden. While you enjoy your tea, there are special treats and activities for your kids to enjoy such as the bunny hunt and decorating your own Easter cookies.

7. Finish at the bar after a 10k race

You can join Westonbirt House and Gardens’ Easter 10k run if you feel like a physically challenging Easter Bank Holiday. The 10k race accommodates runners of all abilities and medals will be awarded to all finishers. Almost certainly the best thing about this run through is that it finishes at the bar. You can even take advantage of special offers on food and drink if you successfully finished the race.

This is just a small selection of things to do and see in Swindon this Easter Bank Holiday. You’ll find that many establishments and attractions in and around Swindon have something planned or on offer this Easter.

Regardless of it being Easter, there are simply loads of things to do in Swindon at all times of the year of course. You can check out our other guides if you plan to visit and spend your holidays here.

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