Easter events in the Geopark

Geopark visitor centres have a host of special events on offer over the Easter holidays.

If you’re looking for trails Bodenham Arboretum have an Easter trail for children to search for carrots all the way to Mr McGregor’s garden, whilst meeting spring lambs and calves. Over at Severn Valley Country Park they have a ‘What’s the weather like today?’ self-led trail.

National Trust properties have Easter Egg trails, with Dudmaston having their at the main site on 21/22 and at Comer Woods 19-22 April. Severn Valley Country Park also have an egg hunt 19-22 April. At Cob House Country Park they have an Easter breakfast where children can meet the Easter Bunny on Easter Sunday.

There are plenty of opportunities for arts and crafts. In The Hive you can have a go at Ice Age Art with Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service on Thu 18 April 10am-12pm, £3 per child. Cob House Country Park have various activities including Jumping Clay (15th), Build a Bear (17th) and Sand Art (17th) as well as pony rides. Bewdley Museum will have different craft activities each weekday during the Easter holidays.

Worcester Cathedral have their range of Easter services over the coming week, as well as being open for visitors and look round this amazing building.

Severn Valley Railway is up and running over Easter. Services will run every day throughout the Easter Holidays from April 13th – 28th, stopping-off at each of their six, beautifully-restored, historic stations along the way. New to the venue this Easter is No. 7 ‘Typhoon’, a miniature locomotive (one third size), now proudly on display alongside the much larger, distinctive No. 600 Gordon and No. 7819 Hinton Manor.

At the Engine House at Highley they have some free Superhero activities. Stopping off at the Engine House at Highley, you’ll be able to take part in some amazing FREE activities, marvel at massive steam engines and maybe win yourself a totally ‘sweet’ prize too! The activities take place with ReachOut Arts from April 15th – 22nd only, from 11am – 3pm.


There’s plenty to do during the next couple of weeks in the Geopark!