GALLERY: Take a look at some of the eggstra events Bluewater are hosting this Easter

PUBLISHED: 10:53 07 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:53 07 April 2017

Kids enjoying crafts at Bluewater

Kids enjoying crafts at Bluewater


Activites are taking place now and in the week leading up to Easter Sunday

This Easter, Bluewater is hosting a series of fun activities and events for families to enjoy whatever the weather.

Bluewater will be hosting an Easter egg trail from April 7-17. Hunt for 12 giant eggs hidden throughout the mall in order to claim a chocolate prize.

The chocolate fun continues, as the Lindt Gold Bunny is back to welcome shoppers arriving at Bluewater.

From April 7-15, children are invited to discover the magic of Easter as they count gold bunny figures, crawl through a grass-covered warren and enjoy treats from Lindt. Head to the Lower Guildhall to enjoy this free activity. For eggstra fun, don’t forget to stop off for a photo with the giant Easter eggs, located by the entertainer.

Embark on a spring walk to explore the 50 acres of Green Flag parkland and lakes surrounding Bluewater. Enjoy the new and improved nature trail, which now features interactive games. Bluewater is also home to three kid’s playgrounds, including sandpits and climbing areas.

At Pirate’s Cove Adventure Park, guests of all ages can navigate their way through two 18-hole mini golf courses, featuring a pirate ship, cascading waterfalls, a castle and sunken boat.

Head back inside Bluewater, where little ones can enjoy Splat, the soft play zone where children up to the age of seven can leap about.

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