Easter Bank Holiday Events in Yorkshire
Easter Bank Holiday Events in Yorkshire
If you’re on the hunt for some exciting Easter events in Yorkshire, look no further… Everything you could possibly think of is taking place across the region, whether that’s an easter egg hunt for the children, a spot of bank holiday boozing for the adults or the chance to indulge in some sweet treats, Yorkshire has it all.
Lucky for the people of Leeds, contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu are launching their new Sunday event ‘Tribe of Tattu Brunch’, starting Easter Bank Holiday on 9th April.
Inspired by the spirit and sounds of Tulum, you can lose yourself in the rhythms of tribal-house music whilst enjoying plenty of free-flowing cocktails. You can party like never before and satisfy your hunger with their three-wave set menu that combines new flavours and new ingredients.
This year, dotted around The Piece Hall are some Easter clues that Pieces the Bunny has hidden for you to discover as a family. Start by collecting your trail from the Visitor Centre and take off on an adventure around The Piece Hall, search the shops for hidden clues and claim an egg-citing chocolate treat at the end. Busy Easter Bank Holiday? No problem, these Easter events are sticking around from April 1st-16th so everyone gets the chance to explore! The trails depart every half hour between 10am – 2.30pm every day.
Take a trip to the Manor House Lindley on Friday, 7th April and join in a deliciously indulgent workshop that’s perfect for all those chocolate lovers. The workshop includes making ganache from scratch, moulding and decorating your own box of truffles.
If you’re looking for something less hands-on, treat yourself to their delectable Easter afternoon tea on Sunday 9th April, with delicate sandwiches, elegant patisserie, and your choice of tea or fizz.
Delve into the world of chocolate cocktails with Harvey Nichols’s in-house mixologist. This masterclass will start with a spirit tasting and exploration of the best components for a cocktail. Then, learn how to make and shake three specially curated, chocolatey cocktails with tastings of course, before trying your hand at mixing up your own. If an After Eight Martini, Bananachoco or Chocolate Martini sounds appealing to you, book yourself into this Easter event on Thursday 6th April, spaces are limited.
Making a comeback this Easter Bank Holiday is the popular Kids’ Pizza Making sessions at The Crown in Boston Spa. A contemporary country pub that’s perfect for a quick pint after work or enjoying a family meal out on the weekends. On Tuesday 4th & 11th April, your little ones can take part in stretching, topping and eating their own pizza creations. It’s the ideal Easter event to get the whole family out of the house.
As a celebration of York’s chocolate history and of course Easter, the York Chocolate Festival is back. Returning to Parliament Street, expect a weekend filled with tastings, makings, workshops and artisan markets. Running from 5th – 9th April, take part in a walking sample trail to try samples from some of the best of York’s food scene. Better yet, expect to find a ‘Chocolate Bar’ where you’ll have the chance to relax and enjoy a drink or two. Perhaps, cocoa gin or chocolate stout will be your drink of choice for the weekend.
After the huge success of the event last year, the Three’s A Crowd Easter Egg Hunt is back between 4th – 7th April for the Easter weekend! As they post clues on their social media pages, you can set off on a hunt around Harrogate and Leeds to find the Easter egg. Whoever finds the egg will receive the prize of 6 Easter-themed cocktails to enjoy before the end of April. The hunt is on.
Drive out into the Yorkshire Dales and over to The Coniston Hotel & Spa in Skipton for a self-guided Easter trail through their picturesque estate. It’s the perfect Easter event to soak up the spring weather while looking for clues that will help you crack the trail. As you work up an appetite, a delicious Sunday Roast Sharing Board will be waiting for you and your group in their View Restaurant.
Adding some extra sweetness into the Easter Bank Holiday is The Majestic Hotel in Harrogate. Throughout the month of April, they will be hosting a special Easter-themed Afternoon Tea that certainly won’t disappoint. Enjoy a selection of finger sandwiches, warm hot cross buns with clotted cream, and some show stopping patisserie. From Battenberg macaroons and chocolate praline choux nests to candyfloss ‘bunny tails’. Don’t miss up to 22% off Afternoon Tea at The Majestic with our exclusive offer.
Explore the grounds of Whitby Abbey or Scarborough Castle at these fun Easter events. Hunt for clues and challenges and discover classic games like the egg and spoon race. Track down the Easter eggs and you’ll be rewarded with a delicious chocolate treat.
It’s the perfect way to get out and about in history this bank holiday, and an easy way to pick up a sweet treat. The Adventure Quest will be taking place between1st-16th April at Scarborough Castle, and between 1st-6th April and 11th-16th April at Whitby Abbey.
It’s time to make memories this Easter and where better to do just that than Grantley Hall? Held in their stunning events space on Sunday 9th April, all the family can enjoy a seasonal afternoon for the Easter weekend. With a luncheon, live entertainment and an Easter treat for all the guests to take home.
Adventure around the grounds of Castle Howard this Easter Bank Holiday. Discover a trail of Wildlife Willow Sculptures and take part in a chocolate workshop for those with a sweet tooth. Between 1st-16th April, seek out creatures created by local artist Dragon Willow and be rewarded with a tasty treat.
In the Courtyard Gallery, test your skills with their Easter chocolate lollipop, Easter egg or chocolate bar making workshops. These are some Easter events you don’t want to miss.
Get ready for the bank holiday weekend with four days of spring vibes, outstanding food and drink and plenty of chocolate. From 6th – 11th April, tuck into a fun Easter Afternoon Tea or Sunday Lunch at Malmaison in York.
For a family-friendly Easter event that’s sure to be fun for the whole family, take a trip to stunning former royal residence Goldsborough Hall. An Easter egg trail can be fun for all ages, so take a stroll through their fabulous spring gardens and woodland and get hunting. All you need to do is solve each clue from the hidden painted eggs and complete this year’s anagram, and the winners will be awarded with a prize. You can take part in the trail between 10th-14th April.
Complete your visit with one of the best afternoon teas in Yorkshire or Easter Sunday lunch is delicious, with a tempting menu plus produce fresh from their kitchen garden and local suppliers.
Indulge your inner child and adventure into the mouth-watering world of chocolate with the enchanting afternoon tea, inspired by York’s well renowned history with chocolate. Executive Chef Aaron Craig has created and developed a truly magical indulgence of mouth-watering flavours using some well-known classic inspiration of the nation’s favourite chocolates. Better yet, throughout the month of April they’ll even throw in a free glass of Prosecco – because who can say no to a glass of fizz!
Kelu in Sheffield is a little slice of Sardinian paradise. Prepare to be transported to an oasis of warmth, mystery and cocktail mastery this bank holiday. This hidden rooftop bar in Kelham Island is perfect for date nights or catching up with friends. Spend the Easter Bank Holiday sampling their cocktail menu and dancing the night away. Make the evening more exciting by enjoying our exclusive sharing board and a bottle of wine offer available at Kelu.
Just a short drive away from Sheffield city centre you can find Kenwood Hall Hotel & Spa. Celebrate the Easter weekend in a way that’s perfect for the whole family. With a traditional afternoon tea, an Easter egg hunt within the grounds and a chocolate egg for every child, what’s not to love? These Easter events will be taking place on Sunday 9th April at 12pm.
Take a trip to this award-winning family run attraction in South Yorkshire and discover the beauty of spring at Cannon Hall Farm. Between 1st-16th April, you may get the chance to watch brand new life brought into the world. Providing both education and entertainment for visitors, you can help welcome the baby lambs and learn everything you need to know about lambing!
With the grand opening of the new Forest of Bewilderment in the Gardens at Wentworth Woodhouse, they’re the ideal Easter events to celebrate the bank holiday. There will be an Exotic Egg Trail open from4th-16th April, as well as live music over the weekend. You can also expect to find The Craft Trailer which will be open every day, offering a range of Easter-themed activities which are free of charge. Round off your visit with an exception afternoon tea in the Long Gallery.
If you find yourself in Hull over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, take an adventure through the outdoor Easter trail at Burton Constable Hall. Wandering through their stables, grounds and parkland, you will find clues you must follow to find the Easter egg nests. Be sure to grab a trail sheet and fill in the word from each nest you find to uncover the magical sentence. These Easter events will take place every day from5th-12th April.
Hosted by Hull’s cultural space, The Fruit Market, is a fun and exciting family Easter hunt taking place between1st-16th April. Hidden around some of the shop windows are Easter bunnies that have escaped and need finding. Pick up an entry form and complete the trail to receive a small Easter prize! They’re simple, family-friendly Easter events you can enjoy over the Easter weekend.
From 1st-16th April, children are invited to get involved in an Easter egg hunt around the grounds of Burton Agnes Hall. There are 25 huge, hand-carved and painted wooden eggs hidden in the woodland, all you need to do is find them all! On your adventure, you’ll get to solve clues, learn about the history of Easter and explore the beautiful grounds. Save room for lunch as their wood-fired pizzas are to die for.
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