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If you’re heading down for some Easter escapism by the sea, we’ve put together a list of things to do and see for the whole family to enjoy this half term…

Easter Egg Hunt

Whether you go to your local beach and do your own one amongst the rocks, coves and caves, or head off to an organised one in the woods, Easter wouldn’t be the same without an egg hunt!

The National Trust is putting on family-friendly activities and trails, inviting you to make your own Easter discoveries and collect your chocolate egg at the end. Normal admission applies plus £3 per trail, includes a chocolate or vegan and free-from Rainforest Alliance Easter egg!

Girls on a trail at Trelissick, Cornwall | © National Trust/Hilary Daniel
Camel Valley Vineyard tour

Experience A Cornish Winery Or Distillery Tour

Fancy indulging and visiting one of the many vineyards, breweries or distilleries in Cornwall this Easter? Spend time sipping local produce after a guided tour, finding out more about the process behind the taste.

Here’s a but a few to choose from… Camel Valley Vineyard, Trevibban MillPadstow Brewing Co., Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm and Tarquin’s Cornish Gin.

Traditional Padstow Egg Rolling For RNLI

We love celebrating a tradition, no matter how whacky it sounds. In a charming Easter tradition, hard boiled decorated eggs are rolled down Padstow’s Duke Street on the morning of Easter Sunday (31st March).

Fancy it? Just bring a hard-boiled egg and get involved! It’s all for charity, helping out the local RNLI. For more Easter fun info on what’s on around the Padstow area, click here.

In a charming Easter tradition, decorated eggs are rolled down Padstow’s Duke Street on Easter Sunday morning

Easter Feasting

Easter wouldn’t be the same without a big roast or at least a special lunch to mark the weekend. At the Lost Gardens of Heligan, they are once again hosting their ‘Lost Suppers’, which are all about reconnecting people, the soil, our food and the planet.

The 7 course ‘Lost Supper’ will be held on 29th March, and is a chance to celebrate the local and homegrown produce. Pre-booking is essential.

Go Wild In A Woodland Theatre

The Rogue Otherworld spring show (alongside all their seasonal shows throughout the year in Tehidy Woods) has over time become something of an Easter holiday tradition among Cornish families and regular visitors. Be taken on an immersive journey through these ancient woods, learn about Cornish myths and legends, and come away with a fresh understanding of the season. Perfect for couples, friends and families alike!

Rogue Theatre in Tehidy Woods
Eden Project biomes in spring

Springfest at The Eden Project

Throughout the Easter Holidays, The Eden Project will be full of family-friendly games, crafts and activities for all ages, bringing the joys of spring to life with their Springfest.

Think rainforest chocolate trails in their Rainforest Biome, Easter-themed workshops, and the more adventurous can take the zip wire adventure over the tropical biomes too!

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