Easter activities:

Easter activities: 10 cheap days out and fun ideas to keep the kids busy from £1........Having the children home for the Easter break can be a challenge - even for the most adventurous of parents.If you're after some ideas and inspiration to get them out and about - around the UK - without burning a hole in your pocket, we've got some pretty thrifty ideas to get you started.From Ripleys London for £1, to theme parks and £2.50 cinema tickets, read on for our favourite activities this Easter.

1. Ripleys London, kids tickets £1

Children can get £1 entry to Ripley's London - the home of the weird, wonderful and totally bizarre this Easter fortnight.Sight to see include
The Last Supper painted on a grain of rice, a 4-metre model of London's Tower Bridge made of matchsticks and artwork
Child tickets £1, adult tickets from £22.95.

2. Lightwater Valley, Yorkshire
Lightwater Valley is one of the biggest family theme parks in the North of England, with over 40 rides and attractions for thrill seekers of all ages.
Child tickets £5 (under 1m tall), adult tickets £20 during the Easter break.

3. Kew Gardens, London, free entry for kids
As one of the most famous gardens in the world, Kew Gardens is a great day out for all the family, whether you are wandering amid the 326 acres of outdoor greenery
Kew Palace London: Children go free from 19 March to 10 April 2016, adult tickets cost £12.75.

4. Dublin Pass, Ireland
The Dublin Pass gives you FREE entry to over 30 top visitor attractions, including FREE transport from the airport to the city via Air Coach, plus over 25 extra special offers and discounts!
Dublin Pass Ireland: Child tickets from £20, adult tickets from £35

5. York's Chocolate Story
York’s Chocolate Story is an interactive chocolate experience that’s guaranteed to get your sweet tooth tingling.Led by a professional tour guide, you’ll discover the origins of chocolate, learn about how it’s produced, and uncover some surprising secrets behind York’s greatest chocolate products, from the treasured Chocolate Orange to the world-famous KitKat.
York's Chocolate Story: Child tickets £8.06, adult tickets £9.86

6. KidZania London
Do your kids dream of becoming a brave firefighter, an aeroplane pilot, a top surgeon or the planet’s biggest singing sensation?
KidZania London offers an educational entertainment experience where children aged 4 - 14 can learn real-life skills in a child-size city built just for them. KidZania London: Child tickets £14.75, adult tickets from £16.50

7. Tower of London

Soak up some British history this Easter at one of London’s top historical attractions, the Tower of London. Learn about the Crown Jewels, the tower ravens, 500-year-old royal armour and more.Tower of London tour: Child tickets from £9.25, adult tickets from £18.95.

8. Odeon Kids tickets for £2.50
Take the kiddies off to see the animated favourites Minions or Inside Out at your local Odeon and pay just £2.50 

9. 34% off gate price to London Dungeon.
Let your kids experience London's gruesome history with a visit to the London Dungeons.Entry costs £18.95 for adults and £17.50 for children aged 4-15 years-old. Kids under four go free.

10. Harry Potter Walking Tour of London for 2

Take the kids to see all the muggle landmarks in this magical walking tour
The walking tour deal for two, priced at £24, includes visiting the Ministry of Magic, the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron and lots of places that were featured in the films, as well as some iconic historical landmarks of the capital.


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