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Easter 2023 activities around Surrey

For those of us who haven’t booked Easter breaks this year, there is plenty to keep all ages entertained in and around Surrey. Our team has put together our top ten activities to put in your calendars, from Easter Egg hunts to biscuit decorating on top of the O2:

Gatton Park Easter Egg Hunt

Friday, 7th April & Monday, 10th April - 10:30-4pm

Easter Trails and other fun activities for all the family set in the beautiful surroundings of Gatton Park. Book online Adults £6 and Children £3.

Caterham Valley Easter Trail

Thursday, 6th & Saturday, 8th April 11am – 4pm

Hop along to the Caterham Valley Easter Trail on Thursday, 6th & Saturday, 8th April! Meet Mr & Mrs Easter and discover how many babies have arrived on their farm. Easter bunny has also left tasty treats along the way. Join in the free family fun, starting in Church Walk Shopping Centre between 11am-4pm each day. More information can be found on the website.

Painshill Park Egg-straordinary Dragon Trail

1st April – 16th April 10am-4pm

Discover the mythical dragons who have come to lay their eggs in the beautiful 1mile route around Painshill Park this Easter. Can you spot which Dragon is missing an egg? Suitable for buggies and little legs! The Trail is included with general admission & free for members. You can save up to 20% by booking in advance online.

Classics Gathering at Brooklands Museum

Saturday, 8th April 10am-5pm (gates open at 9am)

There will be hundreds of classics displayed around the grounds with live music, a barbeque and other food stalls to keep you entertained, alongside a busy trade village.

Do you own a classic? You are invited to display your vehicle at the event. All cars must be pre-1993 and will be invited to park on site.

It is advised to pre-book your tickets online with Family tickets available at £36.95, Children at £12.55, adults at £22.95 and Under 5’s go free. Visit the website for more details.

Easter Fun Day at Kempton Park Racecourse

Monday, 10th April

Plenty of free family fun including inflatables, face painters, kids races and an Easter Egg Hunt running alongside the on-track racing await you at Kempton Park this Easter.

Children under 10 go free and general admission tickets start at £19. Visit the website for more details and plan your day.

The Sculpture Park, Farnham

Open all year. Monday-Sunday 10-5pm

Located right on our doorstep, The Sculpture Park is the world’s largest year-round exhibition showcasing 650 sculptures from 300 sculptures displayed across 10 acres of arboretum and water gardens. Almost all the sculptures are for sale, so the displays are constantly evolving and there is always something new to discover.

Adults entry is £15 with all concessions at £10 (children 3 and under enter for free) and can be pre-booked online. They advise allowing a minimum of 2hrs for your visit and dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a short lead at all times.

The Smurfs Great Escape, Crawley

Saturday, 15th April. Start any time between 9am – 2pm

Can you and your friends and family save the Smurfs from the evil wizard Gargamel? This new immersive escape-room-style experience is coming to Crawley, transforming the streets into a unique outdoor scavenger hunt. The event promises fun challenges and clues to solve against the clock. Lasting between 2-3 hours, the experience unfolds via the CluedUpp app. Each ticket admits 6 adults & kids play as extra for free. Fancy dress is encouraged! Visit their website to book.

Save 60% on your Smurfs Great Escape booking by using discount code YMT60 at checkout.

And, if you’re happy to venture further afield, these activities look well worth a visit:

Easter Biscuit decorating at the summit of the O2!

Monday – Friday, twice daily 10:00 & 10:15 from 4th- 15th April

Located 52m above the ground, guests on the O2 roof walk will be able to decorate biscuits shaped like Easter Eggs and the famous outline of the iconic 02 whilst taking in the breath-taking views of the Capital.

Tickets cost £35 per person (which includes the biscuits & decorating supplies!) Head to their website to book.

The Passion of Jesus – live production in Trafalgar Square

Friday. 7th April, performances starting at 12pm & 3:15pm

100 Wintershall actors bring to life the final days of Jesus in this 90-minute production. There is a realistic interpretation of the crucifixion so parental guidance is advised. Book your tickets on their website.

For those who can’t be there in person, the performance will be live streamed on their Facebook page - free of charge for everyone.

Upside Down House, Brighton

Open every day, 10am-6pm

With the weather (hopefully!) warming up, take a trip down to Brighton and visit the quirky Upside Down House whilst wandering along the seafront and enjoying the variety of free entertainment along the boardwalk. Walk on the ceiling and take truly unique photos to share with family and friends. Tickets can be booked online at £5.95 per person. Children 3 and under go free.

So, there you have it - there is a huge variety of activities on offer in and around Surrey to entertain all the family over the Easter holidays this year. We hope you have found our top picks useful. Let us know how you get on and if we’ve missed anything that you would recommend we include in future blogs. Have fun!