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Easter crafts and Easter days out in Cheshire, North Wales and Liverpool

Easter crafts and Easter days out in Cheshire, North Wales and Liverpool

It feels so refreshing to be able to venture out and about again. The stay local message has been dropped in Wales and more and more of our favourite places are opening up. Elsewhere in Cheshire and Liverpool, restrictions are also being relaxed soon. 

Therefore, to support these local businesses, we thought we would share a mix of Easter days out plus a selection of Easter activities that can be completed at home. 

We hope you have a cracking Easter and cant wait to hear about your day out adventures. 

NOTE: We bet that you are all really looking forward to venturing back out but please bare in mind that cross border travel is not permitted between England and Wales until the 12th April. Also we recommend social distancing at all times and to check full covid regulations and changes to the usual business plans with the business you wish to visit before travelling. 

Days out in Cheshire and a few for Manchester

Here is a selection of the places in Cheshire that are re-opening in April. Please note that Welsh residents can not cross the border until 12th April 🙂 The majority of these Cheshire days out will need pre-booking. 

*Abbeywood Estate and gardens, Northwich currently are running their Easter trail. Kids go free and its £6 per adult. Lovely grounds to explore.

*Alderford Lake, Whitchurch is open. Families can enjoy Wild Swimming, Climbing Wall, Hire a Canoe, Kayak or Paddleboard, Walk & run, play area, bring your own paddle boat and food and drink is available for take-away. 

*Alton Towers, Stoke-on-Trent currently has its gardens open for local visitors until the 11th when the theme park will be open for all. Prebooking to the gardens and the theme park is essential. 

*Anderton Boat lift, Northwich is able to open its grounds on Saturdays and Sundays from the 12th April. 

*Arley Hall and Gardens, Northwich are running their family Easter trail until the 18th April. The gardens, woodland walk, playzone and more are available. £10 ffor adults and kids over 4 are £4. 

*Arley Hall Easter tree climbing on Sat 3rd April. £20 pp 

*Astbury Water Sports, Congleton are currently running a range of school holiday programmes over Easter and are gearing up for the May half term too. Enjoy boat hire, family adventures and a range of watersports.  

*Backford Belles Jersey Ice Cream, Chester. Cheshire are able to serve ice creams on site. From the 12th, the playframe area will be open. The ducks, hens etc will be out again now that bird flu restrictions have lifted. The calves will be out too. First week they are open Mon- Sunday, then close Mon & Tues and so from Wed 21 April it will be Wednesday- Sunday 12-5pm

*Beeston castle and woodland park, Beeston. Crack the clues and search for the dragon eggs on the outdoor adventure trail. Open daily from now until the 18th April. Costs £1.50 per child. 

*BeWILDerwood, Cheshire is having its grand opening on the 12th April. BeWILDerwood cheshire offers a fantastic family day out filled with outdoor adventure with its wonky world of treehouses, super slides, giant swings, extra-long zip wires,  storytelling and creative crafts plus more.

*Blakemore Village, Northwich is open for their superhero and princess trail from the 12th April. 

*Blaze Farm, Macclesfield is re-opening its adventure trails from 14th April. The lambing shed and viewing gallery remain closed. 

*Blue Planet Aquarium, Ellesmere Port is opening their outdoor space for free from the 12th April to the 17th May. 

*Boulder Hut, Ellesmere Port are accepting bookings now for when they re-open on the 12th April. 

*Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield are running their family fun Easter trail over the Easter weekend. The grounds are also open to explore. 

*Capesthorne Hall Tree climbing, Macclesfield. Ticked are available for Sunday the 11th April 

*Cheshire Candle Workshops, Tattenhall re-opens from 15th April with a range of activities for all ages. 

*Chester Boat, Cheshire are taking bookings for the 12th April onwards if you fancy a trip down the River Dee. 

*Chester Zoo, Chester is re-opening its doors from the 12th and members have priority booking for sessions between the 12th and 25th April. Tickets are selling out FAST!

*Cheshire Falconry, Sandiway re-opening from 12th April 

*Cheshire Pony parties, Chester. Ride a unicorn or pony around our new Easter trail. £80 first child then £30 each extra child.

*Chill Factore, Manchester re-opens on the 12th April. 

*Cholmondeley Castle Gardens, Malpas. Their Easter weekend dates have sold out so if you want to visit soon, you best get pre-booking. 

*Crocky Trail, Chester opens from the 12th April with tickets getting booked up very quickly. 

*Dinofalls Adventure Golf, Manchester is already open for your mini golfers. Tickets selling fast. 

*Dunham Massey, Altrincham – Easter adventures in nature trail available until the 18th April. Trail packs are £3 and contain a variety of activities. 

*Ellesmere Port Sports Village, Ellesmere Port are resuming their family swims and swim a song Friday sessions from the 12th April.

*Forest explorers, Delamere have a great variety of family friendly events up and running. Click here to book 

*Glebe Farm, Congleton already has the farm shop open and the outdoor animal paddocks to view. From the 12th of April, the main animal barn and the play area will be open. 

*Go Ape Adventues at Delamere – Open now, including their NEW Adventure plus. 

*Grosvenor Park miniature railway, Chester is able to take our mini train enthusiasts around Grosvenor Park again from the 12th April 

*Gulliver’s World, Warrington are taking bookings for their re-opening on the 12th April. 

*Hoverforce activity centre, Frodsham are already open and getting booked up fast. 

*Jurassic Cove, Warrington is already open and they have a fabulous dinosaur and pirate themed mini golf set up. No booking req. 

*Kenyon Hall Farm, Warrington has its amazing play area open as well as the availability to purchasing some tasty treats. 

*Lyme Park, Stockport has its car park, gardens and external grounds open. 

*Manley Mere, Chester is open for open watersports and their adventure trail is also available.

*Nantwich swimming pool, Nantwich is taking bookings for its Re-opening on the 12th April 

*Ness Botanic gardens, Neston are currently open but during the expected busy period of Eater and so prebooking will be required. 

*Northgate arena, Chester is able to run swimming lessons from 12th April. 

*Norton Priory Museum and Garden, Runcorn will be opening the garden space from the 16th April.

* Peak wildlife park, Leek is taking bookings for their re-opening on the 12th April. 

*Planet Ice, Altrincham re-opens on the 12th April for lessons for the under 18’s. 

*Planet Ice, Widnes re-opens on the 12th April for lessons for the under 18’s. 

*Quarry Bank Mill, Wilmslow has tickets available for next week from the 2nd April but be quick as tickets for this week were snapped up quickly. 

*Rack and Ruin Alpacas, Chester – Re-opening on the 12th to bubbles no larger than 6. 

*Riverside Organic, Northwich is open now with a cafe serving take-away foods, animals to observe and an outdoor play area.

*Runcorn Ski Centre, Runcorn is now taking bookings for the Easter holiday. 

*Seven Sisters in Knutsford is open now. Why not head off for a yummy ice cream treat?

*Snugbury’s, Nantwich open for takeaway. Drive through remaining available. 

*Sticky Paws in the Flavour Forest, Northwich. Currently open for take-away treats. Outdoor trails are open. 

*Tatton Park, Knutsford already has its nature park and the gardens open. Also from now until 13th June Tatton Park is running its Secret Path in the garden event whereby you explore the outdoors trail inspired by the book. Until 30th April there is also a design a scarecrow competition. 

*The Farm at Tatton, Knutsford will re-open from the 12th April. 

*The Hayloft, Widnes is open now for takeaway food and drinks and there will be some farm animals out and about ready to say hello as you drop by. Animals include lambs, piglets, pygmy goats, guinea pigs and rabbits and the main play area will open on the 12th April. 

*The Ice Cream Farm. Tattenhall – Re-opening the outdoor play area and parlous from 12th April. Drive through will also still run too. 

*Treetop Trek, Manchester is currently open. 

*Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent are running their Peter Rabbit trail this Easter. Spaces are filling up quickly. 

*Trentham Monkey Forest, Stoke-on-Trent re-opens from the 12th April. 

*Walton Hall and Gardens, Warrington have their hardens already open and from 12th April the adventure golf and Children’s Zoo will also resume. New to Walton Hall is the High Ropes Adventurer Course brought to you by Jungle Parc. 

*Wheelock Hall farm, Sandbach. Outdoor play area is currently open but the indoor play area and animals are not. 

*Wild Shore Delamere, Delamere re-opens on the 14th April with bookings being taken for the following activities: Aqua Park, Aqua Chimp, Wakeboarding, Tubing , Open Water Swimming, Wild Swim, Hire and Paddle. 

Days out Liverpool and the Wirral

Please note that unless stated otherwise, these venues require pre-booking in order to comply with covid restrictions. We should also only be travelling and staying local 🙂

*Church Farm Events Ltd, Thurstaston are re-opening from 12th April. 

*Claremont Farm, Bebbingon is re-opening on the 12th April.

*Farmer Teds, Ormskirk are re-opening on the 14th April

*Knowsley Safari Park, Presctot are Re-opening on the 12th April. 

*Little Al’s urban farm, Eastham serving take a way ice cream but the farm is still closed until it re-opens on the 12th April. 

*Mersey Ferries, Liverpool. Commuter ferries are currently still running but face masks are required. 

*Mini Madams, Liverpool are offering a BFF spa day complete with mini manicure, pedicure, bracelet making, glitter face art and afternoon tea for two for a price of £40. Sparkle and shine sessions also available. Pre-booking available now for their re-opening on the 12th April. 

*Natterjack Alpacas, Burscough are offering 60 and 90 minute private experiences. Re-opening from 17th April.

*Ness Botanic gardens, Neston are currently open but during the expected busy period of Eater and so prebooking will be required. 

*New Ferry Butterfly Park, New Ferry Nr Cheshire is currently open. 

*Otterspool Adventure, Liverpool. Some facilities are already currently open e.g. park activities and crazy golf. 

*Speke Hall, Speke. Gardens open on Mondays and Weds to Sunday. 

*Tam O’Shanter farm, Bidston. Aiming to re-open on the 12th. Please bare with staff. 

Days out North Wales

Please note that although there are no limitations on travel within Wales, cross border travel from England into Wales is still prohibited and fines are likely to be issued. The majority of venues will require pre-booking with many taking bookings now. Book early to avoid disappointment. 

*Alderford Lake, Whitchurch is open. Families can enjoy Wild Swimming, Climbing Wall, Hire a Canoe, Kayak or Paddleboard, Walk & run, play area, bring your own paddle boat and food and drink is available for take-away. 

*Bala Lake railway is able to take passengers from the 1st May. 

*Beaumaris Castle is already open with access to the outer grounds only. 

*Bodnant Garden, Conwy has re-opened. 

*Chirk Castle, external grounds i.e. parkland and garden are currently open. 

*Climb Snowdonia has re-opened. Activities include climbing, canoeing, mountain walks, gorge walking and more. 

*Conwy castles outer grounds are currently open. 

*Criccieth Castle is open now. External grounds only. 

*Denbigh castle.  Access to the outer grounds will resume from the 8th April. 

*Erdigg, Wrexham have a family friendly garden trail until 5th April. Trails are £3 with a choccy treat at the end. The wolf den is also open. 

*Flint castle is open and there is no need to prebook. 

*Foal Farm Park, Anglesey re-opens on 26th April. 

*Greenfield Valley, Holywell currently has its woodland and trails open. The museum is still closed. 

*GreenWood – Gelli Gwyffwrdd, Geynydd is able to re-open its outdoor attractions from the 12th April. 

*Gwyrch Castle, Abergele has already opened its beautiful gardens for exploration. There is also an Easter Rabbit Trail running on the 3rd, 4th and 5th April for £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. 

*Gypsey Wood Park, Caernarfon,  re-opens from 26th April 

*Happy Valley Llandudno – A visit here will help you explore the wonderful creation of Alice and Wonderland. 

*Harlech castles outer grounds are open from the 6th April 

*Hawarden Estate Farm Shop, Flintshire is currently open and has some grounds to explore and its farm shop. Play area is open. 

*Manorfon Farm, Abergele have tickets available from the 26th April. 

*Park Hall Farm, Oswestry is re-opening on the 12th and until the 18th you can enjoy watching the great Park Hall Rabbit run. There will be pig racing, baby lambs, Dora the dino, Barrel train rides, bunnys and the outdoor play ground. 

*Penrhyn Castle, has its parklands and garden open. 

*Plas Newydd House and Gardens, Anglesey already has its grounds open and there is an Easter Adventure Nature trail to follow until 5th April. 

*Powis Castle are running an Easter adventure in nature event until 11th of April with a range of activities to complete on the trail and a choccy treat at the end. Trails are £3

*Ropeworks Active, Llanberis is already open and has some amazing outdoor activities on offer for families. 

*RSPB Conwy Nature reserve is re-opening from the 14th April. 

*RSPB Lake Vyrnwy, Oswestry is currently open. 

*Tir Prince Funpark, Towyn is re-opening from 30th April

*The Plassey, Wrexham will be re-opening its shops from the 12th April with Crafit-it re-opening on the 13th. The play area is currently open. 

*The Sugar Den, Abergele will be opening an outdoor space from 30th April. A great place for a sweet treat. Ther will also be slime, painting pottery, build a bear , and children will have a play space with chalk board, kitchen, bowling and Tin can alley. 

*Zip world, Penrhyn Quarry, Fforest and Slate Caverns are all re-opening on the 22nd April for overground activities. 

Easter arts and crafts plus Easter events to enjoy in the comfort of our own homes/small groups.

Book an Easter bunny visit – Why not have the Easter bunny drop off an Easter egg right to your door? Examples of companies that offer such services include Let’s play parties in North Wales, and Wonderland Adventures in Cheshire. 

Pony or unicorn visit – Cheshire Pony parties near Chester offer pony and unicorn parties within your social bubble in either their orchard. Chocolate making workshops are also often available. 

Easter bonnet – We simply added a few Easter accessories like chicks with some pipe cleaners, foam shapes, card etc. Really east and great to express creativity. 

Paint your own Easter eggs – This could be painting ceramic eggs or simply paint left over eggs from your weekly shop. 

Paint Easter themed rocks and hide them for others to find on your walks. Many areas have a local rock finding group to share images of your finds and your hides. 

Face painting – Encourage the kids to dress up with bunny ears or other accessories and paint their faces. Can they then act out an Easter story as their chosen character?

Easter egg hunt – Once your eggs are painted, why not use them to create an egg hunt. Depending on age, you could give cryptic clues and problem solving puzzles.

Welsh Mountain Zoo wild Science session – Explore the mini beasts that inhabit your own gardens. There are roughly three sessions per day and tickets are available via donation from their website 

Easter bunny online show Friday 1st April –  Wonder adventures are putting on an interactive session whereby the kids can learn bunny skills, solve riddles, create a treasure hunt, with lots of singing and dancing. 50% of the cost of the ticket will go to the Red Sky Foundation Charity. Link here:

Free Science workshop– This free online workshop is run by a non for profit company called Sciencedipity. The session is suitable for 4 to 10 year olds and is available at two time slots per day throughout the 12th to the 16th April. 

Dinosaur experience at home – Join Dinomania’s ultimate at home dinosaur experience.

Join Ranger Chris as he travels back in time to meet some mighty pre-historic beasts that’ll make your hair stand on end! From the flesh-eating T.Rex, to the fearsome Deinonychus and the Allosaurus, the three-horned Triceratops to the ferocious Carnotaurus – you’ll meet them all! But only if you can help Ranger Chris to journey back through time. Do you think we can do it?!

Duration: approx. 15 – 20min and £5 per household if booked in advance or £7.50 if booked on the day.

Snow White streamed Easter pantomime. £15 per stream until the 11th April  thanks to Brio Leisure and Anton Bensons Productions.

Create an Easter tree – Either purchase a little tree and paint your own ceramics, or make a tree out of sticks collected on your woodland walk and decorate with painted card images. Our tree is from Hobbycraft. Its not quite the right shape as the one we ordered was out of stock but you get the gist 🙂 

Egg flower pots / egg planters – For a simple spring centrepiece, skip the expensive florist and create your own display.  Empty the contents of the egg by breaking off just the top section. Rinse and dry. Add a small hole at the bottom of the egg shell for drainage.  Add potting soil or succulent mix depending on what you wish to grow. Find mini succulents at the garden centre or seeds and water sparingly. 

Egg shell painting – This will get messy. Simply remove the tops off your boiled eggs and keep to the side. After breakfast, rinse and dry as best as you can and fill with paint. Prop up a canvas outside and just let them throw the eggs. What wonderful and messy creations will they enjoy making?

Make your own bunting – We simply found a bunny template online, printed it on different coloured card, laminated them and glued on a tail. You can also find templates which have Easter themed patterns online. 

Bunny ears hat – Simply measure the circumference of your childs head and either cut out the middle of a paper plate or just use cardboard to wrap around kittle ones head and form the base. Stick on some home made bunny ears from card. You can play with the design and create a lamb or sheep Easter hat if you prefer.

Easter Wreath – We cut out a large circle from a left over unused party plate as the base and then found some egg templates and bunny templates online to paint or colour. For the rabbit we added a pom pom for a nose and pipe cleaners. We finished it off with a little ribbon bow and attached some mobile chicks. 

Sock puppets – Grab those holey or odd socks, give the kids a load of pom poms, pipe cleaner, glue etc and see what fantastic ideas they come up with. 

Fork chick / Fork animal – Simply start with the yellow paint and press the fork containing yellow paint just above the centre of the page.  Keep pressing around working your way outwards to make a circle. Then along the bottom, use the fork to press green paint on the paper for the grass. When dried, add some googly eyes, and nose using orange card or felt and some pipe cleaners to act as the claws. 

Potato printing Easter eggs – Simply grab those potatoes that are a little past it, slice in half lengthways and use a knife, carve out an approx shape. Hand them over to the kids with some paint in shallow dishes and away they go. Perfect for making Easter cards. 

Nature painting – gather up long strands of grass and other greenery, tie together to create a paintbrush. Then gather some mud and add eco friendly food colouring to make a paint. Alternatively, you could gather up a range of flowers and plants and simply arrange them as an image and glue them on using a sustainable glue. 

Toilet roll Easter prints – We love this idea from Simple but effective. 

Toilet roll Easter animals – Use up those loo rolls by painting them in pastel colours, then decorating them to look like rabbits, chicks, lambs etc 

Easter salt dough ornaments – Simply use them to decorate and Easter tree or simply to have around the house. Simply add 4 cups of plain flour to 1 cup of salt. Gently add in up to a cup and a half of warm water. Knead the dough for 10 minutes to avoid lumps. Roll the dough to a thickness of around 1/4 inch and cut using cookie cutters. Paint when dry. 

Easter hand print card – Our little girl made this in school and she was buzzing. Really simple but nice, effective and makes you smile. A perfect keepsake and great for grandparents, friends, aunts, uncles and other family members. 

Salt painted Easter eggs and Easter animals – We love this idea from one little Draw your preferred shape on some card and then trace over the lines using white PVA glue. Sprinkle salt very generously over the glue until all the glue is completely covered. Lift the card and pour off the excess salt. Dab a brush into watercolour paint and carefully dab the salt image with said paint.  The brush should barely touch the salt and glue. The colours will spread so its great to teach the kids about colour mixing, but its also a fab little Science activity too. 

Mosaic eggs – Wash some broken egg shells from a previous brealfast and dry fully. Use a cotton pad to gently rub the surface of the shell with vinegar. When dry, remove the inner membrane. Boil some whole undamaged eggs. In a separate bowl, mix together a tablespoon of white vinegar and a few drops of colouring.  Add the broken shells into the coloured mixture and leave to stain until happy with the colour. Let the shells dry and then smash them further by using the back of a spoon. Add a medium piece of shell to the undamaged cooked eggs and add other shells leaving a few gaps. Secure with glue and repeat until the egg is covered. Allow to dry. 

Window decorations – Simply use what is lying around and make chicks, rabbits, eggs, etc. This is a sure way to brighten up your neighbourhood and give the kids something interesting to see on their walks.

Easter kites – Let’s go and fly a kite….All you need is a 24 inch and a 20 inch dowel, glue, string, masking tape, coloured paper and tissues which the kids can turn into an Easter themed design, masking tape and strips of ribbon or unwanted cloth for a tail. 

Easter bunny golf – Ask the kids to design some Easter bunnys using toilet roll holders. Younger kids can play foot golf and older kids could design their own pucks made from materials lying around the house. 

Easter sports day – Egg and spoon race, bunny sack race, or bunny ring toss. Head outside and get some fresh air with these classic family outdoor games. 

Pin the tail on the bunny – Really easy. Simply print off a large image of a bunny. The kids can decorate it and then secure to a door or wall. Blindfold the child and safely guide them to the image. Grab a cotton ball or pom pom and add a glue dot. Pass to child and off they go. You could swap the design to pin the beak on the chick etc. 

Sun catchers and wind charms – You can use beads to make a swirling whirling pattern on string, Alternatively, grab some acetate, a heated laminating pouch, unwanted pieces of clear plastic and glue on colouful tissue paper and chimes. 

Easter charm bracelets – We ordered this cute little bead set from Baker Ross. The beads are pretty small so it took a lot of concentration and was perfect for practicing fine motor skills on our almost 4 year old. Its too late to get these in time for 2021 but maybe bookmark or save for next year or use your own beads and make some images from card that can be attached. Image credit belongs to Baker Ross. 

Easter themed cupcakes – Simply mix together 175g of butter and 175g caster sugar into a bowl. Whisk 3 medium eggs and add slowly to the mixture. Sift and fold in 175g self raising flower. Add some choc chips if you wish. Add to cupcake cases and bake at 180 degrees centigrade for 18 to 20 minutes. Allow to cool and then make buttercream by adding 2 parts of icing sugar to 1 part of butter. Add any flavourings to the icing you wish. Pipe and then add mini Easter bunnies, mini eggs and other decorations. This mix makes 12 good sized cakes. 

Easter chocolates – We simply brought some silicon moulds and melted down a high quality chocolate bar in a bowl over a pan of boiling water. We then poured the melted chocolate into the mould and set. Perfect little treat. 

Decorate Easter biscuits –  If you are feeling brave, perhaps you could even bake them yourself? Simply give them some melted chocolate or icing to act as a glue, marshmallows, sprinkles, jelly tots, snazzies etc. 

Easter movie night – Grab those decorated biscuits and snuggle up under blankets to watch Peter Rabbit, Hop, Ice age the Great egg-scapade, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Rise of the Guardians. 

Easter bingo – There are a number of free printables online. You could also make your own cards by simply using a 3 x 3 grid with images. Then call out an image from your call card and see who can get a line or a full house first.  

The story of Easter – There are plenty of free online versions of the Easter story. Discover and discuss the main themes and the perhaps give the kids some lollypop stick characters to act out the story?

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – After all that baking, why not have a Mad Hatters Tea party to enjoy your sweet treats Can the Mad Hatter help Alice?

Marshmallow Easter animals – Grab  a paper plate, some glue, marshmallows, googly eyes and pipe cleaners. Enjoy!

Home made flowers – Brighten up the place by painting a left over glass jar, adding googly eyes and a few embellishments using coloured card into the animal you like. You can make the flowers from simple pastel coloured card or use up those pesky loo roll holders like one of our Clued in with kids members did (second image).

Egg parachutes – Gather up all that excess packing material from your deliveries. With little support, ask your kids which materials would be useful to protect the egg and how will theyy assemble these materials to offer the egg maximum protection. You could increase the challenge by ‘charging’ the kids their toy money for the materials. Can they stay in budget? Then go out and drop the eggs from a height. Who has egg on their face and who managed to successfully protect their egg?

Mr McGregor’s garden – Staying on the STEM train, why not embark on an engineering project by gathering up all the Lego and Duplo and the kids have to design and make Mr McGregor’s garden. Taking it in turns can Peter outwit Mr McGregor? 

Hand and finger print chicks – why not make some Easter cards? The kids dont need much convincing to get their hands dirty. Fingerprints would be ideal to make little critters too. 

Origami bunny paper crafts – Simply fold the paper to make a small fan after cutting to a suitable size and glue either end together. Whilst drying, draw a bunny face and ears and then glue these on the top. Very simple origami for young kids.

Easter time capsule – Why not bury a time capsule in the garden or somewhere in the home to re-open in the future. It would be a great opportunity to re-explore both the positive and more challenging aspects of the current pandemic. Include images of home learning and fun activities you completed at home, pictures the kids have drawn, newspaper or magazine clippings, what you most remember about the pandemic e.g. how families found new ways to connect, skimping on the loo roll and pasta etc. 

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