The Easter holiday is an exciting time and an opportunity for families to take a well-earned break from their day-to-day.
Those hoping to mark the date with a short holiday need look no further than the Isle of Wight, where all manner of celebrations are planned to mark the occasion.
In anticipation of the Bank Holiday weekend The Royal have highlighted just some of the events we are looking forward to, outings certain to draw and delight crowds this Easter.
Easter Fun At Osbourne House | 4th - 19th April 2020
Join the hunt for dragon eggs on a legendary quest this Easter holiday. Crack the clues as you and your family follow the trail through the grounds of Osborne. Intrepid adventurers who track down the dragon egg will get a certificate and delicious treats from Hotel Chocolat!
You can get questing at Osborne every day of the school holidays.
Robin Hill Country Parks Mad Easter Egg Dash| 1st - 2nd April 2020
Back by popular demand, Robin Hill Country Park will be hosting their Mad Easter Egg Dash on Easter Sunday and Monday 2nd. The Easter bunny will be out and about hiding tokens in the park with the help of his Squawk bird friends, giving children the exciting chance to find them in two dashes each day. It’s set to be great fun for the whole family with a huge range of prizes.
Isle of Wight Steam Railway | 10th - 14th April 2020
Treat yourself to a day out over Easter by enjoying the blossoming springtime countryside from a steam train.
For the kids, children's entertain Greg Chapman will amuse with juggling, stories and general antics. There’s also our Desmond Duck Treasure Hunt and Easter Bonnet Parade each day at 1.15pm (children need to make their bonnets in advance).
Haven Falconry will be presenting their educational and exciting flying displays and don’t forget to make time to explore our Train Story Discovery Centre.
Tapnell Farm Park | 4th - 19th April 2020
For Easter fun and bundles of cuteness, look no further than Tapnell Farm Park this Easter with lots of egg-cellent activities happening throughout the park including roller skating, Easter Bunny and Easter Tree Decorating (Easter Weekend only)
LAMB FEEDING returns! Help the Keepers look after the lambs in the twice daily bottle-feeding sessions, as well as join in all our other Animal Encounters happening throughout the day.
With all of this and more taking place on the Isle of Wight there is surely nowhere better in which to celebrate Easter.
At the Royal Hotel, Kids Go Free during the Easter Holidays, so why not whisk the kids away and enjoy all the island has to offer! We look forward to seeing you…