Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures or traditional Easter activities, or you are looking for some extra support this Easter – we’ve got all the details you need below.
Cheap places to eat
Asda’s cafes are offering food for kids for just £1 every day. For this deal, there is no required adult spend until the end of Easter 2023.
If you head down to your local Morrisons and spend £4.49, you will get one free kids meal. This offer applies all day, every day.
For just 95p you can get a full kids meal. This changes to £1.50 from 11am and applies all day, every day.
Kids eat for £1 with the purchase of an adult hot main all day, every day at Sainsbury’s cafes.
Celebrate with your friends and family by finding the perfect Easter activity.
If you’re looking for cultural activities visit Wollaton Hall with free entry to the main house. Tickets need to be purchased to see the newest temporary exhibition Miniature Masterpieces and the Titus exhibition. Plus, our large play area is also free.
Kids go free at Newstead Abbey, explore the exhibition showcasing some of Nottingham City Museums’ own collection of ceramics, it’s the perfect way to spend a day with the family.
There’s lots of local playgrounds and lovely parks across the city to visit. Find your nearest park and see park activities here.
During the Easter holidays, libraries throughout the city will be hosting a range of activities for children of all ages.
Get creative this Easter at The New Art Exchange there are some free events and workshops such as Discover the Mind, Saturday Art Club and Discover Vaisakhi. Book your space for the Nottingham Contemporary ‘I Spy, You Spy, We All Spy!’ workshops this half-term. There will be new exhibitions and more for the whole family to explore, make and play.
Perhaps you are looking for a more active Easter holiday, try the National Ice Centre Easter-themed skating sessions, ice hockey and family fun days.
For those seeking a more traditional Easter activity, the Eggciting Easter Egg Hunt at Green’s Windmill is not to be missed from Wednesday 5 April – Friday 7 April.
Lakeside Arts Nottingham has a range of family-friendly events on offer, including craft workshops and interactive storytelling sessions, there’s something for everyone.