Easter in the DeanWye doesn’t have to be expensive, here are some Easter events that are FREE to do! If you want to see the full range of Easter Events in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean then click here.
Feel the eggs-citement of Spring at the The Green Man Studio Open Day featuring Green Man Sculptures and a free glass of wine!
Everyone’s a winner at Abbey Mill next to the River Wye at Tintern this Easter – free entry, a prize for every child and an egg-stra special menu in the Coffee House & Restaurant.
You’ll have a top choice of bonnets at Coleford’s Carnival of Transport on Easter Monday as the town eggs-hibits a host of classic cars, motorcycles and military vehicles.
Explore the Sculpture Trail in the Forest of Dean and find the stunning “Cathedral” sculpture amongst the trees.
Visit Hereford Cathedral to see the emotive Weeping Window, a cascade comprising several thousand handmade ceramic poppies, pouring from a high window to the ground below.
Nothing says spring quite like a Daffodil and the DeanWye offers two Daffodil Festivals at Oxhenall and Dymock to enjoy this Easter.
Lots to see and do at the internationally renowned viewpoint at Symonds Yat, 120m above the valley of the River Wye. Also the site of an Iron Age hill fort and the film location used for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.
Dig out the picnic basket, get the family together and enjoy some laughs and of course some sandwiches! The Forest of Dean and Wye Valley has some fantastic picnic spots for you and your family to enjoy this Easter.
Eggs-plore an Easter Antiques and Vintage Fair at Taurus Crafts to find alternative gifts, affordable retro home decor, and the missing piece to a collection!
Explore the Market Towns of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean which all offer something unique to discover and have a wonderful range of places to shop, stay and eat. Then explore more of the DeanWye with our other maps and trails!