Easter in Cambridge – 10 glorious things to do this Easter
Spring into Easter in Cambridge.
From traditional Easter egg hunts to cutting-edge digital art exhibitions, there’s something for everyone this Easter in Cambridge. Why not enjoy some good old-fashioned shopping in Cambridge’s bustling town centre or if you’re feeling adventurous, explore Cambridge’s beautiful countryside. Here are our top ten things to do.
Visit Wimpole Hall Farm in Cambridgeshire and experience the countryside in all its glory! Explore the farm, take a stroll around the grounds, and discover why this National Trust property has been part of Britain’s landscape for centuries. Experience nature at its finest and don’t forget to stop by the tearoom for a treat after your adventure. This Easter they have an Easter trail taking place daily between 1 – 16 April 2023, from 9.30 am – 3.30 pm, so come along and explore the beautiful gardens of Wimpole Estate. Depending on the time of year you can also see the newborn spring lambs!
Located just outside Cambridge you can visit the historic House and beautiful gardens for pretty Easter views. There’s also an adventure trail for Children set in the woods of the Abbey along with a fantastic giant treehouse perfect for the little ones to explore. They also have an Easter Egg trail taking place between 1-16 April 2023, from 9.30 – 3.30 pm, set in the beautiful gardens of Anglesey Abbey. The price of the trail is £3 per child and includes a trail map, pencil, and a chocolate egg at the end. Booking is essential.
This little gem of a wildlife park is fantastic and allows you to get up close to some amazing animals. Keep a look out for the cute otters and see if you can spot the maned wolf. It’s easy to travel to on the train and is a short way from the station, or there is plenty of parking on-site if you wish to drive.
There are some great exhibitions taking place at Kettle’s Yard including Lucie Rie: The Adventure of Pottery. Celebrating one of the most significant potters of the twentieth century, this major new exhibition is a rare opportunity to experience Lucie Rie’s (1902-1995) ground-breaking practice across six decades. Admission is free.
The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge is one of the finest art and antiquities collections in Europe. With over half a million works of art, it’s a must-see destination for any traveller visiting Cambridge. From its famous Chinese Porcelain to its incredible Egyptian mummy, there’s something here for everyone.
The current exhibition ‘Islanders’ is running until June 2023 showcasing more than 200 objects from three of the largest Mediterranean islands, Cyprus, Crete and Sardinia, and revealing how islanders lived over 4,000 years ago.
The Burwell Museum is about 1 25 minute’s drive from Cambridge City Centre. The museum depicts life through the centuries on the edge of the Cambridgeshire Fens. Opened in 1992, it is housed in a collection of different periods and period-style agricultural buildings. This Easter they have an Easter fun weekend taking place which includes an Easter Egg hunt, Easter Bonnet competition, and windmill tours. Taking place Easter Sunday and Easter Monday 11 am – 5 pm (last admission is 4 pm).
Check out the stunning botanical gardens in Cambridge this Easter. There’s something magical about exploring all the different plants, trees, and flowers that make this garden so special. They often have a special Easter Trail on for families and little ones to enjoy.
This Easter in Cambridge why not explore the city by punting along the River Cam? Punting is one of the most unique ways to take in the beauty of Cambridge and is a must-do activity for anyone visiting this beautiful city. Whether you rent your punt or book a guided tour, it’s sure to be an experience you’ll never forget!
Visiting Duxford Museum in Cambridge is a must! It’s a great place to explore the rich history of aviation, with lots of incredible aircraft on display and fascinating stories. Plus, there are interactive activities for all ages so you won’t get bored.
This historic Iron Age hill fort in Cambridge, UK is a great place to explore and experience local history. Not only can you visit the site of this fascinating fortification, but there are also numerous walks, views, and plenty of wildlife. Make sure you check out the herd of Highland cows who help keep the meadows in good condition.
So why not come along and join us this easter in Cambridge? You won’t regret it, especially if the sun is shining.
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