Easter egg hunt on The English Riviera, Devon

It's an Easter eggs-travaganza on The English Riviera this year!

If you’re heading to the stunning English Riviera this Easter take a look at some of our award-winning local attractions that are hosting egg hunts and family friendly activities.

Open daily from Saturday 30th March to Sunday 28th April, 11am to 5pm (last entry 3.30pm)

Find out who has been stealing the Dinosaur eggs at the English Riviera’s only dedicated dinosaur-themed museum and win a special Easter edition Dinosaur Expert Certificate and some delicious chocolates.  For dinosaur fans of all ages, become an intrepid explorer amongst the fantastic interactive display of full size and scaled prehistoric creatures and incredible fossils.  Children can enter the Easter card competition with a chance to win a fantastic Dinosaur World T-Shirt, some toys and models. General admission charge applies.

Running from Monday 8th to Monday 22nd April, 10am to 3pm.

Become a dinosaur hunter. The Dino-Bunny has dropped some dinosaur eggs all over the nature trail and orchard at Occombe Farm.  Take a dinosaur hunt sheet and solve the clues to find out which egg belongs to which dinosaur.  There is a prize for each completed trail.

Daily from Saturday 6th to Sunday 28th April, 10am to 4pm (last recommended entry time 3.30pm)

Enjoy gigantic amounts of fun as you enter the miniature world of adventure at Babbacombe Model Village and Gardens. Find the 20 eggs hidden amongst the model houses, miniature characters, scenes and beautiful gardens and get a chocolate treat prize.  Children can pick up a free fun activity leaflet to take home afterwards.  Keep your admission ticket and pick up a photo-pass from the giftshop for a free return visit within 7 days. General admission charge applies.

Daily from Tuesday 2nd to Monday 22nd April, 10.30am to 4pm

The Easter bunny has been busy hopping around Greenway’s beautiful countryside gardens.  He’s hidden his eggs in the grounds and dropped some special nature words too.  Little explorers will love discovering them all as they take part in the Wild and Wonderful Word Hunt trail with a chance to win a scrummy Cadbury chocolate.

Meet at the Visitor Reception to be guided to the trail start point. Well-behaved Dogs on leads are welcome. General admission and event entry ticket charges apply.

Daily from Tuesday 2nd to Monday 22nd April, 10.30am to 4pm

Busy Bees Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt is full of fun for all the family.  Take a map and follow the wildflowers dotted around the garden. The Easter Bunny has been hopping around chasing the bees as they look for pollen and all the eggs have dropped near the flowers.  Find them all and claim a delicious Cadbury egg as a prize.   General admission and event ticket charges apply.

Meet at the Visitor Reception to be guided to the trail start point. Well-behaved Dogs on leads are welcome. General admission and event entry ticket charges apply.

Daily from Saturday 30th March to Sunday 28th April, 9am to 4pm

Cavog the Caveman has dropped his eggs in the prehistoric caves and needs help finding them all.  There are lots of other stone-age themed activities to keep the curious and little ones entertained within one of the English Riviera’s gateway sites to the UNESCO Global Geopark.  Suitable for 3 years and above.

Daily from Saturday 30th March to Sunday 28th April, 10am with last entry at 4pm

Search for the hidden eggs across two floors of fascinating memorabilia, exhibitions, displays and curiosities. Stroll around the life-sized Victorian shopping arcade with its sweetshop treats, general store and toy shop amongst many others. General admission charge applies.

Other Easter themed events to look out for:

Tuesday 9th & Thursday 11th April, 10am to 4pm

Saturday 6th to Monday 22nd April

Monday 15th to Saturday 20th April, 1.30pm

Pocketwatch Theatre company return with another family-friendly show, this time as mad scientists, Professor Al Bumen and Dr Michelle Crack’d. Entry ticket £7

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