Easter activities at Hampshire’s Top Attractions!


If you are thinking of fun activities to get involved with this Easter, Hampshire’s Top Attractions have lots for the whole family to enjoy! Many of our attractions are reopening in April which means you can get out to your favourite attractions and enjoy some days out very soon. There’s lots of online fun and activities to take part in… bringing the best of both worlds! Keep reading to find out what you can get up to…

Join New Forest Activities for some Easter fun with a twist! Hunt for eggs on land AND water with their Canoe Easter egg hunts on Beaulieu River, or enjoy competing for the biggest chocolate egg in their Easter Archery tournament! Perfect for the whole family to enjoy!


Head to Beaulieu National Motor Museum and enjoy exploring the wonderful grounds and gardens. Purchase a grounds and garden ticket to explore all of the outdoor spaces at Beaulieu. These spaces include the Victorian Gardens, Little Beaulieu, the Wilderness Gardner and much more. Visitor numbers will be limited each day to ensure that the grounds and gardens are never crowded. We, therefore, advise that you pre-book your tickets online.

Have a fun day riding on a steam train and enjoy a hot drink at The Watercress Line’s revamped T Junction cafe while the children play on their BRAND NEW locomotive playground, which is sure to fill their day with fun and keep them entertained! They will be reopening on the 12th April so be sure to keep an eye on their pages for further information.

The Army Flying Museum will be reopening on 17th May and they are so excited to welcome everyone back to the museum! In the meantime, you can enjoy their online activities! The Army Flying Museum’s Easter craft activities is downloadable from their website.  Find out about ‘trench art’ and create your very own trench art vase filled with flowers using paper or card. Or, why not learn about marshalling aircraft and make a fun marshalling rabbit?

Gilbert White's
Gilbert White’s

If you’re after easter activities then be sure to check out the Garden Bird Easter Egg Hunt at  Gilbert White’s House! The egg hunt will be running round the garden from the 29th March – 18th April. Perfect for local families looking to stretch their legs and enjoy some fun this Easter!

Take your young explorers to the Hawk Conservancy Trust this Easter and take part in their GIANT Top Trumps trail. Plus, see some of the best bird flying displays in the world and enjoy a covid-safe full day out with something to suit all members of the family!

Do you have the puzzle-solving ability to find the room and locate the vault at Brickworks Museum online Escape Room? From the comfort of your own home, you will instruct a live Games Master in what to do, how to solve the puzzles, and how to open locks!

Butser Ancient Farm
Butser Ancient Farm

The amazing Butser Ancient Farm hopes to reopen to pre-booked visitors from the 12th April! Head down for a day of exploring their latest Stone Age and Saxon building projects, meet the adorable new-born baby lambs, enjoy a springtime trail and discover some fascinating ancient skills demonstrations!

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