Easter is a fantastic time to explore Norfolk and the surrounding area. April sees the Broads burst into life while regular events make the region’s towns, villages and cities perfect for all the family. From Easter egg hunts to woodland walks, you’re guaranteed to find a range of activities to keep everyone happy.
If you’re planning a trip to Norfolk during the Easter holidays, or if you’re lucky enough to live in the local area, take a look at our top picks for the best Easter events in the county.
With beautiful countryside on its doorstep and a great choice of pubs, restaurants and shops in the town centre, Beccles is a great place to spend the Easter Holidays. If you’re looking for some chocolate-based fun, head to the Beccles Public Hall over the long weekend for a good old fashioned Easter egg hunt.
If you’re looking for a cultural activity to keep you entertained this Easter, why not visit the beautiful Ditchingham Hall, just outside Bungay. The expansive estate will be open to the public on Sunday 14th April, with proceeds from the day going to the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind. With Ditchingham Hall rarely open to visitors, this is a fantastic opportunity to see one of Norfolk’s most beautiful properties.
Easter is a fantastic time to explore the Norfolk Broads. If you’re staying in or around Loddon, why not rent a boat for the day and discover the meandering waterways and picturesque riverbanks that make up this beautiful area. Boats are available to rent close to Loddon Marina, making this the perfect starting point for your Easter adventure.
The town of Harleston really likes to get stuck into the Easter festivities. From the 6th – 20th April, a giant Easter egg hunt will be taking place around the town centre. Solve riddles to find the hidden eggs and then enter your correct solutions into the prize draw for a chance to win some extra Easter goodies.
You’ll find a great choice of Easter events taking place at Halesworth Library throughout the school holidays. The library will be hosting fun Easter-themed craft events and there will be a number of family-friendly film screenings during the break. Get in touch with the library to find out what’s happening and to book your place.
Other Easter events
Wherever you go in Norfolk and the surrounding area this Easter, you’re guaranteed to come across a number of fun themed events. Check out the Easter Eggstravaganza at Wroxham Barns, the Easter Eggspress at the Bure Valley Railway and the Spring Nature Trail at Packover House and Gardens for more family fun events.
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