Many venues across Durham have got activities for children on most weeks, suitable for children at a range of different ages. Take a look below and see what will keep the children happy.
#1: Park Explorers - Step into Spring
Head to Chester le Street to explore the best of the outdoors with some nature-inspired activities. Taking place in Chester le Street's Riverside Park on Saturday April 6 at 1.30-3pm, you can discover Spring with a variety of 'fun nature activities' and arts and crafts.
For more information email email@example.com or phone 07935 374184. Prebooking is essential. Tickets cost £5 per child and accompanying adults go for free.
Tickets can be booked on the Eventbrite page or email on the address above.
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#2: Raby Castle Easter children's tour
Raby Castle Easter trails will take place throughout the Durham school holidays. The popular Raby Castle guide will see interactive children's tours taking place every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday throughout the Durham Easter holidays, from April 6 until April 22. Children can enjoy finding out about how Raby Castle would have been defended when attacked, and learn about what it was like to be knighted.
Booking is advised as children's places on the tour are limited. You can contact Raby Castle on 01833 660202.
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#3: Bounding Bunnies Easter Trail, Wharton Park
Wharton Park next to Durham railway station near the centre of town is hosting a Bounding Bunnies Easter Trail. Help to find the Easter Bunny's friends, who are lost in the park! Complete the trail and collect a sticker.
It costs £1 per trail sheet which can be purchased from the cafe during opening hours from April 6 throughout the Easter holidays. Call 03000 262 655 for more information.
#4: Easter Eggstravaganza, Tanfield Railway
The popular Tanfield Railway is hosting a series of Easter events starting this weekend, suitable for all ages - and obviously railway themed! Head to our Tanfield Railways Easter events page to find out more.