Easter in Bath 2019 – Things to do in Bath at Easter
Thursday, 31st January 2019
Spending Easter in Bath? Well Bath is a brilliant Easter family holiday destination, be it for a few days or weeks long, you’ll find plenty do entertain all the family. With lighter evenings and warmer days comes more hours to enjoy in Bath by day.
Here’s a quick update on things to do in Bath at Easter
The Holburne Museum as ever is ready with family fun activities. This year on Easter weekend in this Bath museum get ready to craft some colourful eggs with their creative team.
The Victoria Art Gallery are making Easter cards and other springtime crafts during Easter weekend.
Whilst the Roman Baths are helping the small people create Roman Gardens this Easter no less!
The Fashion Museum (which you’ll find inside the wonderful Assembly Rooms) are asking you to design 1980’s inspired outfits (we are pretty sure this isn’t confined to just the children!).
Whilst The Museum of East Asian Art have traditional rabbit tales (not tails!) this Easter weekend in Bath.
Easter trails during your Easter in Bath
If a run around is more your required activity then take a look at these Easter trails, most of which make promises of treasure at the end!
This Easter there is a WWI trail at The American Museum making history fun in their usual style.
No1 Royal Crescent (the Museum dedicated to recording the history of the Royal Crescent, Bath’s most famous architectural icon) are asking you to spot their ‘Inspiring Women’ on its unique trail.
Bath is home to several National Trust sites, two of which are firm favourites with families all year around. Prior Park, famous for it’s Capability Brown Gardens and Dryham Park, a short drive out of the city, boasts extensive grounds to roam. Both hold annual Cadbury’s Easter Egg Trails during Easter weekend and beyond.
Get out & about in Bath this Easter
Bath boasts an embarrassment of wonderful parks and open spaces, most of them are perfect to while away a few hours, exercise busy minds and bodies, whilst also perfect for your own homemade Easter Egg trails. We suggest time in Royal Victoria Park, walk-able from the centre which also takes in the Royal Crescent (yes that again, why wouldn’t you double up!), Alice Park, a short bus ride along London Road for safe park play for the little ones or Alexandra Park with the best views of the city.
Whatever you and yours find to do in Bath this springtime. Happy Easter.