Tanfield Railway's Easter events are well worth considering when you're planning how to spend your two week break - here's what's on at the railway heritage venue.
Durham schools Easter term ends on Friday April 5 2019. You've then got a glorious two weeks to enjoy all the Durham events and activities available across the county.
The last day of the Easter Durham school holidays is Monday April 22, so Durham schools reopen after Easter on Tuesday April 23 2019.
There are three Tanfield Railway Easter events during the holidays - one at the start, one in the middle weekend and one at the end. The first is the Tanfield Railway Easter Eggstravaganza, which takes place twice during the Durham Easter holidays.
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Tanfield Railway Easter Eggstravaganza
This family-friendly event takes place on Sunday April 7 and Sunday April 14 2019. The Easter Bunny is visiting Tanfield Railway to put on a series of activities for children, including an egg hunt competition and arts and crafts. Every child will receive a small chocolate egg.
Tanfield Railway: An Edwardian Easter
This is the third Tanfield Railway Easter event, and takes place across a whole weekend, Friday to Sunday April 19-21. There's plenty going on - from the obligatory trip on an Edwardian train, to learning about how life used to be in the terrace houses around Marley Hill shed. There will also be performances from living history group The Ragged Victorians, and Victorian sideshow The Palace of Curiosities.
Tanfield Railway tickets cost £27.50 for a family ticket (two adults, two children), £10.50 for adults, £6.50 for children's tickets (under fives go free) and senior citizens £8.50. This allows unlimited travel for a day. You can also buy unlimited tickets here.