There are lots of traditional Easter things you can enjoy in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, but here are a selection of slightly quirky ideas you may want to look at instead!
Your family will all love eggs-ploring their creative sides thanks to the exciting menu of pottery projects on offer at Eastnor Pottery & The Flying Potter.
Slime School – make your own sensory slime then customise with glitter and more at Taurus Crafts. Or try Stone Carving, handling reptiles or Circus Skills!
Hart’s Barn Cookery School are every chocolate lovers dream thanks to their chocolate making courses – one on 29th March and one on 6th April. The best part is, you get to take home all the things you make!
Roll Up! Roll Up! Chepstow Racecourse’s Circus Big Top Family Raceday is not to be missed. Loads of Easter entertainment plus racing too!
Have an adventurous egg-sperience with Inspire2Adventure’s Gorge Scrambling and Paddle Adventure days on offer in the Easter holidays.
You might get to see a real Easter Chick when you do the Egg Hunt at The International Centre for Birds of Prey!
Shinrin-yoku (or forest bathing) means ‘bathing’ all the senses, whilst taking in the forest atmosphere. Regular forest bathing lowers blood pressure, reduces stress, improves empathy and creativity, and boosts our immune systems!
Find your own Easter Feast in the Forest! Foraging Trip 7th April, from Tudor Farmhouse Hotel. The crop depends on season and ranges from a wide variety of edible mushrooms, wild garlic and sorrel, bitter cress, pennywort, wimberries, sea beat, marsh samphire, edible flowers and wild strawberries.
Paint an Egg Cup or Easter Bunny (or anything else from their range) at Hot Pot Pottery on Good Friday or Easter Saturday, and collect it all glazed & fired on Easter Sunday. Great for Easter gifts or to eat your boiled eggs out of!
Have an out of this world experience finding the locations of all the famous Film and TV locations that have helped Star Wars, Doctor Who and Harry Potter look so good on the silver screen!