Suffolk has so much to offer families when the youngsters are on their Easter break. Here are just a few of the exciting events and activities worth checking out this Easter.
The Framlingham Castle Easter Adventure Quest
Framlingham Castle hosts a magnificent Easter adventure quest where families participate in an exciting Easter egg hunt and fun games, including egg and spoon races and egg rolling. For £1.50 per person, you and your family can make some unforgettable memories over the Easter holidays.
From Saturday, the 2nd of April to Sunday, the 24th of April.
From 10 am to 5 pm.
Jimmy’s Farm Park Trail & Lambing
Jimmy’s Farm near Ipswich hosts a range of fun-filled family activities this Easter, such as lambing, ranger talks, and activity trails. Visitors can greet all the friendly farm animals, including donkeys, reptiles, and tapirs.
To join the fun, visit Jimmy’s Farm at Pannington Hall Lane, Wherstead, Ipswich.
From Monday, the 4th of April to Sunday, the 24th of April.
The Easton Farm Park Spring Babies Carnival
The Spring Babies Carnival, held at Easton Farm Park, hopes to welcome new calves, lambs, piglets, and baby goats. In addition, a range of exciting activities will be available for visitors to enjoy, including fairground rides, carnivals performers, and Easter crafts.
Visit Easton Farm Park at Easton, Woodbridge.
From Saturday, the 9th of April to Friday, the 22nd of April.
Felixstowe Museum Easter Egg Hunt
This family event invites children to hunt for colourful Easter eggs that are hidden all over the exhibits of the museum before exchanging the eggs for delicious chocolate. Throughout the day, families are welcome to explore the room filled with miniature flying machines, incredible dollhouses, the new 80s exhibition, and mammoth teeth.
Visit the Felixstowe Museum at View Point Rd, Felixstowe.
From Wednesday the 13th of April to Thursday the 14th of April.
Ipswich Transport Museum’s Easter-themed Day
The Easter-themed day at the Ipswich Transport Museum features chocolate eggs and exciting quizzes for kids. The museum offers free rides on some of the magnificent vehicles on display at the museum throughout the day.
Visit the Ipswich Transport Museum at the Old Trolleybus Depot, Cobham Rd.
On Monday, the 18th of April.
Meet The New-born Animals At Baylham House Farm
The Baylham Farm House offers visitors the opportunity to meet and feed the friendly baby animals all around the farm. They have recently acquired a tiny litter of Berkshire piglets, a rare and adorable breed certainly worth seeing.
Make some new friends at Baylham House Farm, Baylham, Ipswich.
From Monday to Sunday between the hours of 10 am and 5 pm.
Easter Trails and Art Workshops at Orford Ness
For only £3 per child, your young ones will have the time of their lives at the Easter trail of Orford Ness with plenty of activities to enjoy. In order to absorb the landscape of the area fully, the National Trust puts on art workshops on the site.
Visit Orford Ness from Friday, the 15th of April, to Monday, the 18th of April, as well as Saturday, the 23rd of April to Sunday, the 24th of April.
RSPB Minsmere Activities
RSPB Minsmere hosts a number of exciting events during Easter, including a reptile ramble, a bird ringing demonstration, and an Easter trail. Home to some of the most extraordinary rare animal life, the coastal nature reserve is nestled between Sizewell and Dunwich on the coast of Suffolk.
Join the fun at Sheepwash Lane, Westleton, Saxmundham.
From Monday to Sunday between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.