From surfing to exploring the National Park to visiting the region’s attractions, there’s plenty to do around North Devon this Easter. To help you plan your visits over Easter, we’ve pulled together a few suggestions across the region here.
Running from 1st – 14th April, the Milky Way are hosting an Easter Grotto. As well as all the usual fun, you can take a trip to the Grotto to meet the Easter Bunny and learn how they make Easter Eggs! There are even little treats for everyone who pops into the Grotto!
Another event running from 1st April is RHS Rosemoor’s giant Easter egg hunt. There are also chances to meet the Easter Bunny and other family activities. Head to their website to learn more and book your space.
Hartland Abbey have only recently reopened for the year and are giving you an early chance to see the spring flowers at their Easter Fun and Bluebells event, running over the 2nd and 3rd April. Follow the clues to find the Easter Bunny and enjoy the flowers through the walking trails.
Starting on 7th April, you can find the Easter Chicks at Clovelly. When entering the village, make sure to pick up a map and see how many of the chicks you can find. If you spot 10 or more, there is a prize in it for you!
For those of you coming to the region at the start of the holidays, check out an Easter hunt with a difference at Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park. Their Dino Easter Egg Hunt started on 25th March and run through to 16th April – find all 10 eggs for a prize!
If you love visiting the animals while in North Devon, Exmoor Zoo are also hosting special activities for Easter. Find out more here.
Throughout the Easter holiday the Big Sheep are running several events including a chance to feed the new born lambs and more! Book your tickets on their website so you don’t miss out!
For something with a real Easter theme, head to one of the region’s National Trust properties where you can find the Trust’s famous Easter egg hunts. They are taking place all over, including at Arlington Court, Baggy Point and Woolacombe.