Saturday 1st – Sunday 16th April 2023

Longleat – Alice in Wonderland Easter Eggstravaganza


Saturday 1st – Sunday 16th April 2023

The Tank Museum, Sparkford

Easter fun for the whole family. Tank displays, kids’ activities, new exhibition, and more!

Saturday 1st – 16th April 2023

Haynes Motor Museum Sparkford

This Easter, become an Eggsplorer and find the giant eggs hidden around the Museum to spell out a mystery word! When you’ve found all the eggs and spelt out the word, head to reception to receive your prize!

Saturday 1st – 16th April 2023

Fleet Air Arm Museum Yeovilton

Join us this Easter, for this Easter Egg-stravaganza!

The Easter Bunny has visited the museum and left a trail of eggs around our museum halls. Help Ellie Copter save Easter and retrieve all the hidden eggs from across the Museum!

Can you piece together the clues and follow the trail to claim your chocolatey prize?

Helicopter with plastic easter eggs on floor

Friday 7th – Friday 14th April 2023

Sherborne Castle – Easter Trail

Join our family fun trail in the garden this Easter. Follow the trail around the garden discovering Easter bunnies and solving the clues along the way. Prizes will be available from the ticket box at the end of the trail. Fancy dress is very much welcomed.

Saturday 8th April 2023

Abbotsbury Food Fair

In association with Dorset Food & Drink, come along to the Abbotsbury Food Fair 2023. Ticket includes entry to the Subtropical Gardens. With around 30 stalls of makers and producers, food, drink and crafts from across Dorset. A fantastic fun day out in the beautiful setting of the Gardens. The perfect kick off to the season! Support eating and shopping local!

Abbotsbury Food Fair In Association With Dorset Food And Drink #1

SaturdaySaturday 22nd  and Sunday 23rd April 2023

Spring Countryside Show – Gillingham and Shaftesbury Showground

The trees begin to blossom, the days begin to draw out and the daffodils flower – celebrating the season that sees the countryside come to life in so many colours and shades while the farms and woodlands see the birth of new life