Easter events in and around Exeter

If you’re looking for something to do during Easter, there are plenty of Easter events happening in and around Exeter.

Creative Events at the Museum

There are a couple of creative workshops happening at the Museum over the Easter holidays. with either bead making, or roman mosaic making taking place over the different weeks. Both workshops cost £3.50 check out the ramm website for more.

Go Dino (egg) Hunting at Crealy

According to their website:

Join us during the Devon Easter School Holidays (9th – 24th April) for a Jurassic adventure across the Theme Park. 

After a recent archaeological dig at the Theme Park, we have unearthed evidence that a large community of Dinosaurs once roamed the lands where Crealy stands today! 

Huge bone structures, fossilised footprints and myserious large eggs have also been uncovered and we are looking for volunteers to help us discover the secret location of more Dino eggs across the Theme Park. 

Get ready to sink your teeth into this quest as you will be tasked with co-ordinates to reveal the precise locations of the hidden eggs, using your very own prehistoric map

Check out their website for more – I guess expect Crealy prices.

Fan of Thomas The Tank Engine?

You may want to check out Buckfastleigh, Devon over Easter.

Easter Egg Hunt at Exeter Cathedral

A bit more “Easter” – From the website.

From Saturday 9 to Sunday 17 April join us for an Easter Egg Hunt at Exeter Cathedral. Pick up the Egg Hunt Quiz Form at the Welcome Desk as you arrive. Search around the nave, quire, aisles and chapels and count the eggs you spot as you go. Before you leave pop into the shop to see how well your spotting skills are and claim a chocolate egg prize.

More details at the website, but in short. Its free for kids as long as there’s an adult paying. What this means if you have one of those local resident cards? No idea.

Easter Craft at Exeter Cathedral.

Same idea with price as the above, but there are a number of craft workshops happening at Exeter Cathedral.

Crafts vary depending on the day, but include Easter baskets, “Easter crafts”, and shrinkie badges… which I’m almost curious enough to try and arrange a long lunch break for.

Check out the website for more information.

Easter Egg Hunts at National Trust.

Basically, what they say on the tin.

Jump on Facebook.

No I don’t mean for the whole holiday, I mean check out what your local community builders are sharing on Facebook, they’re great for whats happening in different areas around Exeter.

Anything REALLY missing?

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