What’s on for Easter in Bath.

What’s on for Easter!

Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt at Cheddar Gorge and Caves
Cheddar Gorge and Caves, The Cliffs, Cheddar, BS27 3QF

Visit Cheddar Gorge & Caves this Easter for an eggs-pedition like no other!
The Easter Bunny must have made an unexpected visit to Cheddar because clusters of magical, glow in the dark eggs have appeared in all the nooks and crannies of the mysterious chambers in Gough’s Cave.
Grab a trail sheet and eggs-plore the cave to crack the mystery code left by the Easter Bunny and, as a reward, you’ll get your paws on a tasty treat!
Need to know: The Glow in the Dark Egg Hunt and crafting activity are included with a valid Explorer Day Ticket.
The egg hunt will be running every day between 24th March and 8th April within normal opening hours




Mothers Day and Easter at Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park
Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, Pixash Lane, Keynsham, BRISTOL, Avon, BS31 1TP


The Riverside Trail reopens for the year with over a mile of beautiful countryside to explore along the River Avon. Watch the falconry team fly our Birds of Prey in dry weather. Discover the obstacle course and boating lake. See our Red and Fallow Deer in their natural environment. The Riverside Trail is also home to our Rhea, Wallabies, Donkeys, Rare Breed Sheep, Goats, Highland and Longhorn Cattle.
For Easter we have lots of Eggciting games to enjoy, including the Avon Valley Egg Drop Challenge. Will your egg survive the drop? There is a prize if it does! In fact we are going Egg-stravagent with the prizes as if you find our Golden Eggs you will win a large chocolate egg AND a return visit to the park! Decorate an egg to hang on our Easter Tree and follow the egg trail around the park.







Also on in Bath:

Jerwood Drawing Prize Exhibition
Open until 29th March, opening times vary.
The Edge – University of Bath
The largest and longest running UK annual open exhibition for drawing returns to Bath for a second year. Works by 65 artists selected from 2,811 submissions from across the UK will be on display.Featuring hand-drawn, digital and three-dimensional works. Free admission.
For more info: edgearts.org


Royal Women
Open until 2nd April 2019.
Fashion Museum
A new exhibition exploring the fashions worn by successive generations of women from the royal family.
Including Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. The exhibition will feature exquisite items of dress from the Fashion Museum collection, as well as, a major loan from the Royal Collection.For more info: fashionmuseum.co.uk/royalwomen


Chapel Arts Centre & Cafe
On 29th March
Port Cities
A melting pot of three of Canada’s most creative individual talents fusing divergent styles into a rootsy Americana sound.
Advance £10. Door £10.
Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Ends 10.30pm