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Groombridge Place in Tunbridge Wells has some great activities arranged for Easter fun. From 5 – 21 April, you and your family can enjoy fete games, puppet shows and an Easter egg hunt. If that wasn’t enough, there’s the ‘pillow bash’ and the ‘gladiator duel’ – games set on bouncy inflatables. Family tickets cost from £33.95.

Kew Gardens is combining its Easter activities with a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Kids can create their own Willy Wonka inspired chocolate bar, have their faces painted and explore the Palm House on a plant hunt. Activities run from 5 – 21 April, and adult tickets are priced from £14.50. Entry for children under 16 is free.

Cattle Country Adventure Park in Berkeley offers a chance to bottle feed baby lambs, hold baby chicks and try your hand at falconry and archery every day from 5 – 21 April. There are also special character days where kids can meet Dora and Jake the Pirate. Tickets cost from £8.45.

At Paxton House in Berwick upon Tweed, enjoy a spring walk, create Easter treats and listen to stories between 8 – 18 April. There are activities for all ages, but places are limited so call ahead to reserve your spot. Passes cost £4 for adults and £2 for children.

BeWILDerwood in Hoveton, Norfolk, is hosting a Bouncing Boggle Bunny egg hunt from 7 – 22 April. There’s a bunny themed trail, Easter gifts, story-telling and face painting. Kids can also meet Cedric the Easter bunny in the Big Egg and make their own Easter bunny outfits. Prices from £13.50 for adults and £11.50 for children.

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