The Easter holidays are on their way!

As lockdown is slowly easing and places are reopening here’s a small list of what’s opening and going on around to help with some Easter holiday fun…

Starting off with some fun from the theatre

The Stag Theatre

Silly Billy leads an interactive afternoon of fantastic family fun, to help tempt you to stay at home for just a little while longer and it’s all streamed live to your sofa this Easter! As Kent prepares to ease some lockdown restrictions and get out and about again, this panto-style party is the perfect chance for families to hold a virtual get-together this Easter weekend and prepare for a safe re-entry into the new normal!

Broadcast live from the Stag Sevenoaks, this is the perfect way to kick off your Easter holiday, keep everyone entertained and give your nearest and dearest a much needed reminder of how to stay safe as life livens up a little right across the county!

Stay home and book your tickets

Good Friday 2 April 4pm | 5.30pm | 7pm

Saturday 3 April 4pm | 5.30pm | 7pm

Easter Sunday 3pm | 4.30pm | 6pm

Tickets just £2 per household!

RiverHill Himalayan Gardens  – lovely outdoor space to stroll around and plenty of places for the children to play from March 31st their Easter Egg Hunt starts pre-booking is a MUST

Emmetts Garden is open – Pre booking is a must

Chartwell Garden is open – Pre booking is a must

Hobbledown Farm opens on 12th, a great place for children to use their imagination whilst playing in the tunnels,  and other play areas. Our youngest loved it here. Pre booking is a must.

Godstone Farm reopens on the 29th for outdoor play areas – booking time slots is a must, there’s also a new Dino trail opening, which looks great fun, for more details head to their website

Groombridge Place  is reopening on 29th with punch and Judy shows throughout the Easter holidays – pre booking is required

The Horniman Museum, the gardens are open.

Hever Castle gardens are open – great for children and adults! with the adventure play area and water maze!

Bedgebury National Pinetum is open

Bewl Water is open and the Aquapark opens for bookings on 12th April

Penshurst Place gardens are open, Pre booking is a must

Head to Otford to find the Easter Ducks hidden around the village

Don’t forget the Cadbury uk virtual worldwide hide Easter egg challenge.

Eltham Palace, the gardens are open – Pre Booking is necessary.

Lesnes Abbey, wonder through the ruins of this local Abbey.

Aquapark Lakeside – bookings reopen on April 15th

Tulleys Farm – Drive in cinema check out their website for more details.

Plus there are plenty of walks around – Knoll Park, Scadbury Park, Keston Ponds, High Elms, Andrews Woods. Enysford, Shoreham, Crystal Palace, Beckenham Park Place, Kelsey Park to name a few. Each offer something different, woods, rope swings, streams, ponds.

Head to our Facebook page where you can find our weekly walk recommendations!

Check out the local golf and tennis clubs which are now reopen and crazy golf too!

Please check times & bookings before heading off to any of these destinations as all are subject to change. Do let us know if you find anywhere else that you have had fun at.

Have a fun Easter Easter and remember to stay safe.

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