Easter What’s On Guide for Cheltenham – Week 2

Week 2 of the Easter hols and Cheltenham Rocks has a round-up of the events and activities on this week.

There’s a bit of variation here which is a good thing as, after the shenanigans of the last week, you may never want to see another chocolate egg again.  There’s also some activities which I would definitely consider to be sport (ahem) so don’t fret about the extra poundage from the weekend…

Daily Activities

 
The Lido – Cheltenham’s heated outdoor pool is now open for the summer season and there’s a sauna there right now too!  Find out more

Hands-On Science – Did you know that the Cheltenham Science Centre is now open to the public?  £2 per person (under 4s free), for fun, hands-on science experiments.  Open Tuesday to Saturday. Find out more

Easter Fun at Primrose Vale – The Easter Trail at Primrose Vale is running right up until the end of the holidays. Cost £5 per participant. Find out more.

Movies for Juniors – Storks – The MFJ film until Thursday 20th is Storks (rated U).  From Friday 21st April the MFJ film is Molly Monster.  Tickets are £2 from the box office or £2.70 if bought online. Find out more

Easter Egg and Nature Trail at Crickley Hill – Get back to nature with this nature trail-meets-egg-trail, exploring Crickley Hill with a small prize at the end. £2 a trail sheet. Find out more

The Boathouse is now open daily from 11am until 4pm.  Pop down for an oarsome time exploring Pittville Park’s lower lake.  Hire prices start at £4 for 30 minutes. Find out moreThe Boathouse

At the Boathouse you can also hire the kit for the Pitch & Putt (prices approx £4 for juniors, £6 for adults)

Tuesday 18th April

 
Portraits in Pastels – Get creative at the Holst Museum creating Portraits in Pastels. Find out more

Storytime with Ariel – Princess Ariel will be telling stories at Smokey Joe’s Coffee Bar from 11am. Find out more

Wednesday 19th April

 
Jet Age Museum – Usually just open Saturday and Sunday, the Jet Age Museum are welcoming visitors this Wednesday too.  Free entry.  Find out more

Easter Crafts at the Willon Tree Cafe –  Little ones can enjoy activities including egg decorating, card making, bonnet decorating, colouring and mask making.  £4 per child. Find out more

Museum Explorers – The Wilson invites kids of all ages along to explore the museum to inspire fun and creative activities. £2 per child. Find out more

Thursday 20th April

 
Cookery WorkshopKids Cookery Workshop – Suitable for ages 4 – 14.  The kids will be making ‘hot cross’ scones and a yummy mini egg rocky road, all boxed and bagged to take home.  £22.50 per child. Find out more

FREE Push It Real Good – Meet up with other parents for a refreshing walk around Pittville Park. Find out more

Introduction to Trampolining – One to one coaching on individual trampolines makes this a great class for bouncers wanting to polish their skills. £8 per child. Find out more

Friday 21st April

 
My Teacher’s a Spy – Author Phil Barnes will be reading from his book; ‘My Teacher’s a Spy!’ at Cheltenham Children’s Library.  Suitable for children aged 5+ Find out more

 

To view everything on today in Cheltenham visit What’s On Today.

For upcoming events visit the Events section.

Have a great week.

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