Best Places to Visit During Easter in the UK— Get Your Egg Baskets Ready!

Last Updated on March 29, 2023 by Cody Livingston

Looking for where to go during the Easter holidays abroad? We got you covered!

UK tourism peaks during Easter. The weather is almost perfect for removing long coats and enjoying the sunshine at this time of year. Springtime in the UK makes Easter an extremely pleasant time to travel. A feast and celebration of Easter are among the most popular ways to celebrate in the UK for Christians. Kids also enjoy Easter egg hunting, scrambling around gardens and parks with their baskets of eggs. 

With this blog, we will be sharing some of the best places to visit in the UK during Easter.

1. London 

To experience the most fun things in the UK you can never go wrong with London. Easter is very fondly celebrated here by the kids. From egg-shaped chocolate hunting to filling baskets and lots of other fun activities. London is the perfect getaway option for Easter. It acts as a perfect Easter break for families in the UK.

Things to do: Potter heads can enjoy a Warner Bro. studious tour, explore free museums, check out art galleries and dine in to enjoy easter discounts on your favourite cuisine. 

Westminster Bridge at sunset, London, UK

2. Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Harrogate, a spa town in North Yorkshire, welcomes people all year round and is truly one of the most beautiful destinations to visit. Harrogate plays its trump card at Easter. The lovely green 200-acre parkland in the heart of town, known as ‘The Stray,’ burst into flower, first with carpets of snowdrops and multi-coloured crocus, then with swarms of softly swaying daffodils. Harrogate is one of the best places for Easter to visit in the UK.

Things to do: Take a stroll in Valley Gardens, or take a road trip and go hiking in the Yorkshire Dales.

HARROGATE, UK – FEBRUARY 18, 2023. An aerial view of the North Yorkshire Spa Town of Harrogate with the Victorian architecture of old buildings and the Valley Gardens public park

3. Holkham Hall, Norfolk

To thoroughly immerse yourself in the Easter spirit Holkham Hall near Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk, is ideal for both adults and children. Every year, they prepare special Easter-themed events. In the past, programs for children have ranged from storytellers to animal snuggling. Adults may have a good time at the famous Easter food festival held here every year when folks from all across the country display their delectable offerings.

Things to do: Attend storytelling events with kids, try new dishes at the food fair and enjoy a fun time at the night camps. 

A group of spotted deer on a meadow near Holkham Hall, Norfolk, UK

4. Easter Egg Hunt at Traquair

Easter egg hunting is without a doubt the finest hobby for children. Every year, Traquair offers an Easter egg hunt extravaganza, with 6000 eggs distributed over the hedge labyrinth to ensure that no children leave with empty baskets. If you are looking for UK Holiday destinations for Easter, this is the place for you. The youngsters are also offered scrambled eggs and are showered with gifts during the ceremony. After devouring all of the chocolate eggs, kids may colour their eggs and engage in some fun games. 

Things to do: Indulge in egg hunting, bonnet making, face painting, spot the egg competition and participating in storytelling.

Cute little children hunting eggs in park. Easter tradition

5. Meet Peter Rabbit at The World of Beatrix Potter

Easter bunnies have certainly become a thing these days, and what better way to celebrate than by playing with them? Little bunnies may be found at Bowness-on-Beatrix Windermere’s Potter Wonderland. A self-guided tour of the exhibition and garden is offered, as are enjoyable activities such as a tiny treasure hunt. It’s usually a photogenic scene and Peter Rabbit even hops around to cuddle and take selfies!

Things to do: Indulge in the activities, take part in tea parties and get tons of pictures clicked.

With this we come to a conclusion that this blog must have added some new places to your Easter travel bucket list as a result of this. Easter is the ideal time to spend quality time with your family while also participating in exciting activities in the UK.

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