What’s on: Easter
We’re counting down the days until Easter, not only because we get to eat an abundance of chocolate, but because several of our favourite Cornish attractions are hosting seasonal events for all the family.
Our glorious gardens will also be bursting with colour as we welcome the new season, and we can all enjoy a picnic in the sunshine on one of Cornwall’s many beaches.
See below for our top picks of things to get up to in Cornwall this Easter and see our what’s on pages for even more ideas.
Easter at Eden
When exploring the famous Eden Project biomes this Easter, you can expect a jam-packed programme of games, crafts and activities.
Putt your way around the allotment-style adventure golf course, get your thinking caps on for a giant game of Guess What, and learn more about the ingredients used to make bread as you scoot your way around the Bread Maze.
Other games include a giant slingshot that helps tell the story of Pollen, a game of hoopla, a scavenger hunt to find the wildlife workforce, and cork-a-cow, which introduces the narrative of how food choices relate to our carbon footprints.
There will also be the chance to get creative with daily craft workshops, as well as relaxed sessions for those who will benefit from a more relaxed environment at a smaller capacity.
Find out more about Easter at Eden here.
Easter at Heligan – Roots, Shoots, Buckets and Boots!
From the 1st – 16th April, join the Lost Gardens of Heligan for an Easter hunt with a twist.
Get rooted in nature as you search for the joys of the season, learning more about the magic of roots and shoots. You will also get the chance to welcome the new-borns and hear more about the lambing season.
Find out more here.
Easter Adventure Quest
Between the 1st and 16th April, crack the clues to complete the Adventure Quest at Pendennis Castle.
Explore the grounds and learn about history whilst searching for the eggs, and you’ll be rewarded with chocolate!
The quest costs £2 in addition to usual ticket price.
Click here to find out more.
Join the National Maritime Museum Cornwall’s Pirate Crew this Easter and become a budding buccaneer with Rattlebox Theatre, create pirate accessories in the Make & Take sessions, and join the museum trail.
The Rattlebox Theatre sessions will be running daily from Monday – Friday between the 3rd & 14th April. The remaining activities will run daily from the 1st – 16th April. Find out more here.
Afterwards, why not find out more about and visit the new Pirate exhibition, ‘Explore Beneath the Surface’? Click here to find out more.
Polkerris Easter Egg Hunt
Combine our two favourite things – the beach and chocolate – at Polkerris Beach’s Easter Egg Hunt!
This free event will run between 10am and 2pm on Easter Sunday (9th April) and you are all invited to take part. Read more here.
Coming up at Camel Creek…
This Easter, meet your favourite characters at Camel Creek Adventure Park.
On Tuesday 4th & Wednesday 5th April, you will have the chance to meet the Minions. Then, on Tuesday 11th & Wednesday 12th April, you can enjoy Storytime with Bing!
Click here for more information.
Become a mini–Marine Biologist
From Monday 3rd – Friday 14th April, take part in the Mini Marine Biologist interactive activities at the National Lobster Hatchery and learn more about Cornwall’s amazing sea-life.
Click here to find out more.