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Easter Fun in Sussex

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Plenty on for the kids this Easter. Here are just some of the exciting places to visit over the school holidays. Before heading out check their website for opening times, dates and entrance costs
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Have a great Easter
Come and visit the Museum this Easter with fun activities on Tuesdays for toddlers and on Wednesdays for children of all ages. Take part in our Easter trail and see if you can win a small prize. We are open every day in the West Sussex school holidays – so from now right through to 23rd April.
Spot the signs of spring whilst exploring the Garden on the daily Easter trail.  Hetty the Hen has surprisingly laid ten golden eggs, which Bertram Bunny has hidden from Felix the Fox before he eats them for his supper.  Find the golden eggs and solve some puzzles along the way to receive a delicious chocolate treat.

Come and experience Horrible Science at Wakehurst this Easter holiday, based on the best-selling Horrible Science books by Nick Arnold.

There’s a lot more to plants than meets the eye – join us for an exciting line-up of activities to explore the most villainous tricks and secrets of the plant world.

Put your discovery skills to the test and become a fearless plant explorer at Sheffield Park. Complete a series of tests and challenges to claim your Cadbury chocolate prize.

Suitable for ages 3 to 12, this interactive trail takes about an hour to complete and leads you in a loop around the lakes in the garden.

Families are warmly welcomed to enjoy some Easter fun at Parham. With a garden trail, face painting, craft activities and storytelling, there is something for everyone.

Lots of different activiteis and speaicl guest including Hello Kitty on April 11th. Check website for events

Fisher farm

 Egg-perience ‘A Hopping Easter Adventure’ at Fishers Farm this Easter holidays! Meet the Easter bunny and Blossom the Spring Queen in the egg-citing, family favourite, ‘Easter Egg Hunt’ (Easter Weekend Only). Follow the clues all around the Farm to find a delicious surprise that will be waiting for you!