Fantastic activities for the whole family to enjoy over Easter

With the Easter holidays now here, there’s no doubt you’re looking for some fun and exciting activities to do with the kids. Luckily, there’s lots on offer across Bristol and the surrounding areas.

Whether you’re looking to dive into the underwater world, sign up for an exciting outdoor adventure, or enjoy a great day out at a local museum or theme park, there’s something for everyone.

Take a look at these great activities in Bristol throughout April – perfect for all the family.

1. Bounce around at AirHop Trampoline Park



Rain or shine, skies are always blue at AirHop Trampoline Park Guildford.

Bounce to your heart’s content at Surrey’s top trampoline park with over 30,000 sq ft of bouncing fun for kids and big kids.

Aside from a huge main court which now includes a tumbling lane to practice your trampolining tricks, there is an obstacle course, WipeOut, Extreme Dodgeball with Dodge Attack, an AirHop Bag, Slamdunk lanes, and a new slack line.

There are even Augmented Reality (AR) trampolines – a combination of trampolining and computer games you can get really competitive on.

Standard jump sessions are open to everyone aged four and over.

Younger trampolining enthusiasts between six months and six years old can explore the park in a safe and fun environment during dedicated MiniHopper Takeovers.

These sessions include extra toys, ride-ons, a visit of a special guest and the ever-so-popular bubble time at the end of each session.

Where to go: 10 Midleton Industrial Estate Road, Guildford, GU2 8XW

Find out more: Visit www.airhop-guildford.com

2. Embark on aquatic adventures at Bristol Aquarium



Bristol Aquarium offers a variety of fun family activities this Easter, including an extreme egg hunt trail around the aquarium, additional talks and feeds and engaging events and competitions for visitors of all ages to enjoy.

The Aquatic Adventures event also aims to educate visitors on fun marine activities that can be done at your local seaside or river, such as finding mermaids’ purses (ray eggs) on the seaside, or litter picking around the Avon River.

Head down to see an octopus, a giant grouper and other fascinated creatures this easter at Bristol Aquarium.

Where to go: Anchor Road, Bristol, BS1 5TT

Find out more: Visit www.bristolaquarium.co.uk/easter-2022 or follow @bristolaquarium on social media

3. Experience the magic of movies with Sunset Cinema Company



This Easter, why not entertain the family with a movie marathon? Or plan a cinema party for a special someone’s birthday?

Sunset Cinema Company (SCC) is a pop-up cinema events business providing an all-inclusive delivery, set up and collection service for indoor and outdoor venues.

Created to provide the ultimate at-home cinema experience, SCC offers four core packages alongside a range of upgrades and extras, including comfy beanbag loungers, popcorn machines, and concessions stands.

SCC is offering a 10 per cent discount for any booking made during the Easter holidays with the code: EASTER10.

Where to go: They’ll come to you!

Find out more: Visit www.sunsetcinemacompany.co.uk

4. Explore the great outdoors with The Outdoors Project



The Outdoors Project in Bristol has been running fun outdoor holiday clubs for children aged 5-11 since 2014.

Its holiday club locations are St Barnabas School and The Ardagh on Horfield Common, where it also provides children’s birthday parties on Saturdays.

The Outdoors Project’s focus is to provide year-round fun in any and all weathers, through a wide range of ever-evolving outdoor activities for kids, including bushcraft, survival skills, campfire cookouts, themed workshops and more.

Where to go: St Barnabas School, BS6 5LQ and at The Ardagh on Horfield Common, BS6 7YL

Find out more: Visit www.theoutdoorsproject.co.uk/bristol

5. Learn all about cars at Haynes Motor Museum



Back by popular demand, discover the fastest and slowest cars as part of Haynes Motor Museum’s special trail taking place this Easter.

Travel through time to discover some of the automobiles which shaped motor racing history as you follow a specially made lap of the museum, learning fascinating facts and speedy stats along the way.

The trail is free for you to collect on arrival at reception.

Where to go: Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7LH

Find out more: Visit www.haynesmuseum.org

6. Meet Peter Rabbit and Lily Bobtail at Coney Beach Porthcawl



Head to Coney Beach Pleasure Park this Easter holiday to create great memories and take pictures with some famous faces.

On Wednesday, April 20, 2022, from 1pm to 6pm, there will be some very special guests at the park: Peter Rabbit and Lily Bobtail.

There’ll also be arcade games, rides, American doughnuts and sweets, ice cream hot fresh food, and lots more to enjoy.

Tickets and wristbands are available at the gate , or book online to receive an exclusive online discount.

The park is open every day from April 15 to 24, 2022, from 12pm to 9pm.

Where to go: Eastern Promenade, Porthcawl, CF36 5TS

Find out more: Visit www.coneybeach.co.uk

7. Enjoy over 40 rides and attractions at Brean Theme Park



Have a fantastic day out with all the family at Brean Theme Park.

The park offers over 40 attractions including indoor and outdoor rollercoasters, log flume, dodgems, the Waveswinger, and one of the UK’s best ghost trains: Terror Castle.

Children’s rides include the Caterpillar Coaster, Rainbow Cups and Sky Diver.

Enjoy the 18-hole action packed Congo adventure golf course or take to the track in one of the park’s single or double go-karts.

There’s something for all ages and all adrenaline levels.

For unlimited rides, purchase a mega, junior or tots wristband – you can save 10 per cent on all wristbands by booking online.

Where to go: Coast Road, Brean, Somerset, TA8 2QY

Find out more: Visit breanthemepark.co.uk or follow @breanthemepark on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter