The Easter holidays are rapidly approaching, and if you have kids you will be looking at things to do in Essex and Herts throughout the half term, so here our are favourite picks to keep your little ones busy:
Audley End Easter bunny train -1 April - 6 April
This is a great place for little ones and adults - explore the lovely parkland at Audley end on their miniature steam railway. This Easter they are encouraging children to take their fluffy rabbit ears to go and meet the Easter bunny, who will be giving out chocolate Easter eggs. Kids will also get the opportunity to explore the woodlands where they will be able to discover animals and nests. For more information please visit their website.
Easter Egg Hunt at Blake House Craft Centre - 3 April - 6 April
This is a great day venue for the children, the craft centre opens at 10.am every morning offering lots of activities for children. On Saturday 4 April they will be having a teddy bears picnic and a family fun day with Bear-Olympics. For further details see www.blakehousecraftcentre.co.uk.
Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at RHS Garden Hyde Hall
This is an inspirational RHS garden, is packed full of spring flowering bulbs and trees decked with spring blossom. They are inviting families to take part in following the Lindt Gold Bunny throughout the garden, tracking him by solving a series of clues, where you're final destination will be a delicious Lindt treat for the hoppy-est Easter.
Willow Farm Village near London Colney Herts - 28 March -19 April
Willow Farm are celebrating Easter with a Choc-o-bloc family fun, with the Easter Bunny, Easter Egg and Bunny Hunts and shows.
You and your family will also be able to discover all different types of farm animals, including their lambing marquee, where young lambs will be drinking milk from a bottle. There are also funfair rides, inflatable's and a fun and adventure park for young ones to let off a bit of steam. For more information please visit their website http://www.willowsactivityfarm.com/
Imperial War Museum Duxford - 28 March - 12 April
This Easter holiday they will explore the mighty Lancaster in their AirSpace exhibition, one of the most successful British heavy bombers of the Second World War. Gather around the Lancaster to find out about the role it played in the war and hear personal stories of the men who crewed the aircraft. For more information please visit their website.