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Easter 2022 activities

The spring weather is beginning to appear and the Easter holidays are just around the corner, so what better time to give you our guide for things to do in Surrey and the surrounding areas this Easter:

Kempton Park Easter Monday Family Fun Day

Alongside their annual Easter Monday races, Kempton Park racecourse are hosting a family fun day, with under 18s going free! Expect to find plenty of entertainment and activities including face painting, bouncy castles, soft play and rock climbing. You can save on your ticket price when purchasing online via The Jockey Club website.

Bocketts Farm Easter Eggstravaganza

From the 2nd to the 24th April, you can take part in the Easter Eggstravaganza at nearby Bocketts Farm. There is fun for all ages, and activities include a Tractor and Trailer ride, live shows in the Easter garden, outdoor play in the new Squirrel Scramble adventure playground, and an Easter Trail with chocolate treat prizes. To plan your visit, or to find out more, visit the Bocketts Farm website.

Fluid Adventure canoe & kayak hire on River Wey, Guildford

Take to the water on a canoe or kayak this Easter on Guildford’s River Wey. Fluid Adventures allow you and your family to hire single/double kayaks or open canoes and set sail from Dapdune Wharf. Experienced staff are on hand to help you get the best out of your trip by guiding your adventure and sharing local tips and secrets. If you are a complete novice, canoe and kayak coaches are providing courses to help improve your skills and ability. Hire prices start from just £15 – booking in advance is always recommended. Find out more and book here.

Buckland Park Lake: Yoga, Segway events, Forage & cook experience across Easter

We have featured Buckland Park Lake in our activity guides before – but now they are offering many new activities; such as guided yoga classes, forage & cook experiences, and Segway events. Their Segway events are the pick of the bunch here – allowing you to experience the picturesque park in a totally unique way, while twisting and turning on two wheels. For the full list of Buckland Park Lake’s activities over Easter, including times, prices and booking info, visit the website.

The slide at Arcelor Mittal Orbit, London

The slide at the Arcelor Mittal Orbit is surely the most thrilling attraction on the list – and I personally can vouch for this one, as I rode the slide a few months ago and had a blast! Situated at East London’s iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is the Arcelor Mittal Orbit tower, which is home to the world’s longest tunnel slide. If you can brave the 250ft descent, you will fly back down to Earth at speeds of up to 24km/h! For those who aren’t looking to fly down at such speeds, the Orbit offers a 360-degree viewing platform that gives a breath-taking view of famous capital city landmarks such as The Shard, Canary Wharf and Wembley Stadium. For prices, opening times and online booking, Head to Visit London.

Love Reigate – St George’s Day Market

Celebrate St George’s Day and all things local at the Love Reigate Market on Saturday 23rd April – slightly after the Easter holidays, but one that you will not want to miss. From 10am to 5pm, Reigate’s Tunnel Road plays host to a number of local businesses’ stands. There is something for everyone at the Love Reigate Market, from food and drink to arts and crafts. As well as local companies tempting you with their products, they also have an array of local musicians and dancers who will set the vibe for the day. Also, Love Reigate members can receive a free goody bag and access exclusive offers on the day by flashing their membership card. Find out more.

There you have it – you’re spoilt for choice for things to do and places to visit this Easter. If we’ve missed any of your favourite activities, be sure to let us know so we can include them next time.