Things to do in Windermere, Easter 2018

Things to do in Windermere, Easter 2018

It may be out of season but there is still lots happening over the Easter bank holiday in the Lake District. It’s no surprise that chocolate is high on the agenda for things to do in Easter 2018. Easter egg hunts featuring heavily among our things to do in Windermere.

Join the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

This year the National Trust has teamed up with Cadbury to hold over 250 egg hunts across the country. Several of these are taking place at sites in and around Lake Windermere. Including The Beatrix Potter Gallery, Claife Viewing Station and Hill Top. Events start in the week prior to Easter weekend, check local listings for further details.

Easter Egg Hunt Cruise on Coniston Water

If you’re on a relaxing spa weekend for the Easter Bank Holiday then how about joining an egg hunt on Coniston Water. Sit back and watch the world go by as you enjoy a boat tour from Windermere, drifting along the Lakes. You will see plenty of wildlife and beautiful scenery along the way, as well as the chance to eat chocolate!

Lakeland Maze Farm Park, Kendal

Lose yourself in one of the UK’s largest maize maze’s this Easter. If you’re staying in Windermere, then Kendal is just down the road. Having been closed during the winter months, the maze re-opens from 24th March 2018 with crops growing high just in time for Easter.

Guided Walk – Castlerigg Stone Circle

While there are many self-guided walks around Lakeland, the 31st March you can join a spiritual guided walk through the Castlerigg Stone Circle.

Navigation Skills for Beginners

Ever fancied being an explorer or wanting to try your hand at orienteering? Book a place on the Navigation Skills for Beginners, a course taking place in the Lake District National Park on 31st March. With your new found techniques, you can navigate yourself to a boutique spa hotel, where your private hot tub awaits!

Little Langdale – Fells and Tarns

Another hiking trail will take you over “Little Langdale” as you venture across the Fells (hills) and Tarns (mountain lakes). It’s a well-known walk through the Lake District, but 1st April you can join others on a guided walk. Alternatively, when you’re looking for things to do in Windermere throughout the year, walks in the country should be top of your list.

Hug a Bunny in Bowness

If you’re visiting friends or family in Windermere with small children, then call into the World of Beatrix Potter attraction. The famous childhood author has strong ties with Cumbria. Having spent many a holiday in the Lake District, Beatrix Potter then set up home in the area. With the release of the new Peter Rabbit movie, Peter will be making a very special appearance on the 2nd April.

Where is Peter Rabbit?

Another fantastic event at the World of Beatrix Potter takes place the weekend after Easter on Wednesday 4th April. Visitors are welcomed with open arms, ready to join their biggest ever Easter Egg hunt. If you’re detoxing at a spa retreat, you still deserve to indulge in the chocolate festivities. After all, it’s in the name of charity!

Book a room at a Spa Hotel for Easter 2018, where you can eat as much chocolate as you like in the comfort of your own hot tub.

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