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What’s on in Bath for Easter 2017?

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Sarah Twist

Written by: 24th March 2017

Estimated time to read: 3 minutes

The beautiful and historic city of Bath offers family fun, fireworks and afternoon tea this Easter, making Bath Mill the perfect place to base yourself and explore Somerset!

Bath Mill Lodge Retreat is the ideal place to base yourself this Easter and explore the breath taking city and surrounding county of Somerset. With 5 Star accommodation, including the unique Norland Lodge, offering studio style accommodation for shorter stays, as well as a full equipped gym and one of the city’s most popular restaurants – The Brook Bar & Bistro.

Somerset has a lot to offer this Easter, and here are some of the top events to explore…


Easter Afternoon Tea


At: Hestercombe Gardens When: 1st – 17th April

Visit the beautiful Hestercombe Gardens and join in with the fun Easter egg trail, before trying your hand at the many Easter themed workshops on too, including, making pretty Easter baskets. Included in your Afternoon Tea are chocolate scones, mini Easter biscuits and dark chocolate truffles (are you drooling yet? I am). Enjoy this decadent Easter Afternoon Tea with stunning views of the Edwardian Garden and Blackdown Hills.


Fireworks At Sea


At: Weston-super-Mare Grand Pier When: 15th April

The Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare holds the Fireworks At Sea annual event during the Easter holidays, you can make a day of it and enjoy the best views from the pier itself. Entry to the event is ticket only, with two options, a standard ticket includes entrance to the event and unlimited rides along the pier. With the Gold ticket including this, plus a hot food selection and traditional fish and chips while you oo and ahh at the fireworks display.


Easter Egg Hunt


At: The Beachcomber, Brean When: 16th April

Drop into the Warren Family Holiday Centre for Easter themed fun and games! Head over to the Pirate’s Cove for the chance to win plenty of prizes and join in on the Easter egg hunt for a chocolatey surprise!


Easter Holidays


At: No 1 Royal Crescent When: 1st – 22nd April

The historic No 1 Royal Crescent is host to many events over the Easter holidays. You could get a Georgian Makeover, and have your make up done by the Bath Academy of Media Make up Artists, followed by a photo-shoot with Josefa Torres, a professional photographer – photos will be sent to your email address to keep! Enjoy some Spring-time paper craft, try your hand at creating delicate paper flower pictures, and join in on the Food for Thought to see the 18th Century art of dining and entertaining at Easter. Marvel at the demonstrations, handle objects, try on costumes and discover more about life above and below the stairs of an 18th Century manor home.


Haynes Easter Egg Hunt


At: Haynes Motorland When: 14th – 17th April

Haynes Motorland has a number of family fun events over the Easter holidays, join in on the Spring Bunny Museum Trail, where the museum will be filled with delights for the children to discover. Make sure to pick up your trail sheet and challenge your navigational skills to find all the soft toy creatures hiding around the exhibitions, and you can earn a chocolatey prize. There are hundreds of Easter treats to give away, and with two hunts per day you are sure to win some! The eggs are hidden by the Easter Bunny, giving everyone a chance to egghaust themselves finding the treats, there will also be photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny throughout the holidays!

Why not book your holiday at Bath Mill now and enjoy the peace the park offers, but still explore the fun and family focused activities in the city and local area!

Enjoy you Easter 2017 holidays in Bath!


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