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Bring the kids for an action-packed Easter holidays at Eden

Visit Eden from 24 March – 15 April for boundless games, prizes and family fun -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Eden Project
An action-packed Easter for the kids
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Easter at Eden - 24 March-15 April 2018
This month, our biggest-ever Easter event opens, with three weeks of games and activities to keep the kids busy throughout the holidays.

Join us from 24 March – 15 April as we bring you spring-themed activities, with plenty of prizes and chocolate treats to be won. We've got an exciting line-up of games, including an adrenaline-fuelled 'How Does Your Garden Grow?' giant obstacle course!
See what’s planned this Easter ►
Games for your children this Easter
Revel in an action-packed agenda
Take on egg-streme challenges and win special prizes. Bounce your way along the giant inflatable obstacle course, find your way through our spring maze and race against the clock to get all your eggs in one basket. Plus, the little ones can enjoy our soft play area and special games for under fives.
Get stuck in ►
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Discover hidden treasures across Eden
Seek out shiny golden eggs, spot the best plants of spring along the discovery trail, follow the bee on its pollination journey in our buzz game and become a trainee scientist during a live science show.
Find out more ►
Bring your child along to a relaxed session
Enjoy Easter at your own pace with a relaxed session
If you have a child with autism or sensory difficulties, come along to a relaxed session at Eden and enjoy all of our Easter games in a calmer environment. Our relaxed sessions are free with your Locals’ Pass and take place between 8–9.30am on selected dates.
Book a relaxed session ►
Enter to win a family ticket to Eden
Win a family ticket to Eden
The Easter bunny has been causing mischief and hiding golden eggs around Eden. Can you spot them all in our 360° photo? Comment on Facebook with your answer for an exciting chance to win a family ticket.
Spot the eggs to enter ►
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