Spring loaded Easter activities

We love Easter. It’s the sense of newness, the spring sunshine and the lambs springing around our lush green hills. With Easter brings the school holidays, which as well all know tend to burn a hole in your pocket!

With the summer holidays fast approaching, we’re sure that you’re wanting to save every dime and nickel you possibly can before the six week break begins. We’ve rounded up the ‘Crème de la Crème’ of activities that won’t zap all of your budget whilst keeping your little lovelies entertained.

1. Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt – Powis Castle  

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Powis Castle is located in Welshpool, Powys. Explore the garden and unravel the clues to claim your delicious Cadbury chocolate prize. With miles of greenery to roam and a stunning castle to explore, we’re sure this will be to everyones taste.

Watch as your little ones hunt along the terraces, amongst spring flowers and in the shade of gigantic yew hedges for clues, to find their delicious Cadbury chocolate reward. Make yourselves a little picnic before visiting and make a day of it for you and your family. No need to book ahead either!

2. Get down to the Micro yet Mighty – The Centre for Alternative Technology  

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The Centre of Alternative Technology (CAT) is an eco-friendly development empowering people to live a more sustainable life. This Easter egg-straveganza will remind you that the best things in life are green, rediscovering the overlooked and looking at the world as if you were a child again, having pure nostalgia of your childhood.

3. Eggstra special Easter Bunny – Welshpool & Llanfair Railway The Station  

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Keep your eyes peeled for the Easter eggs on your travels, tick them off your list and you’ll receive a surprise at the end!

4. A Sp-EGG-tacular Easter Egg Hunt at The Treasure Trove of Tretower 

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Round your Easter weekend off with a Bank Holiday treasure hunt! No body ever said there was a limit for your chocolate collection.

6. Take part in a Spring colour competition

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Get yourself down to the Beacons view tearooms in the Brecon Beacon’s National Park and get involved in the Colouring and Craft Competition. With different prizes for different ages, everyone has a chance to impress the Easter Bunny’s Helper.

Staying a little longer? If you’re looking to stay in Mid Wales a little longer but need a little help with where to stay, we’ve got plenty of choice, take a look at our accommodation.

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