Easter in Birmingham

If you are planning on making a trip to Birmingham this Easter, there is plenty to do around the city to keep you entertained.

Let’s walk you through some of the top things that you may like to do in Birmingham this Easter

Easter Funday at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

For an action packed day full of Easter fun, visit the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Sunday March 31st. There will be rabbits, guinea pigs, chicks, and ducklings – everything associated with Easter.

In addition to this, they will also offer a number of different crafts for kids, along with face painting and an Easter egg hunt.

Those under 16 are admitted free, so perfect for a fun filled day on a budget.

Cadbury World

Another great choice to consider is spending the day at Cadbury World, where there will be an Easter egg trail for the kids – guaranteed to satisfy any sweet tooth. There will also be an Easter bonnet competition and some of the best chocolate around for you to taste and try out.

Easter activities start March 29th until April 1st.

Easter Egg Decorating

For a day full of Easter egg decorating, visit Ludlow Castle on Easter Monday.

If you want to test your artistic talent, take part in the egg decorating, where you can design your own eggs with glitters, stars, feathers, or anything else that strikes your fancy.

This event runs from 10 am to 4 pm, so be sure to get there early.

Ceramic Workshop At Coalport China Museum

If you plan to stay until Easter Monday, you’ll want to check out the ceramic workshop being done at Coalport China museum. You can choose to either paint your own mug at this event or create your own sculpture of choice from clay. Workshops run from 11 am until 1pm and again from 2 pm to 4 pm so plan your day around this.

Easter Sunday Lunch At Aalto

Finally, enjoy an Easter Sunday lunch at Aalto, Hotel La Tour’s restaurant. Meals will be carefully crafted by top level chef’s and will provide an excellent way to relax after all the activities you’ve taken part in over the last few days.

Make sure you consider Birmingham this Easter. With so much to do, you can’t go wrong.

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