We’ve got great eggspectations that this Easter in Swansea Bay is going to be the most eggscellent one yet! We’ve got libraries and boating lakes, art galleries and theatres; Easter hunts and cracking crafty fun at our venues.
Join us now as we embark on a eggciting Easter trail through Swansea Bay and find out what’s going on at our venues – the adventure is about to start!
Our journey begins at Oystermouth Castle. Here the Easter fun starts with a Bunny Hunt and Crafty Fun on 21 April. Later in the holidays on the 27 April you can step back in time at Knight School – learn how to be a knight of the realm of Swansea Bay!
Next stop on the Enjoy Easter trail is Southend Gardens. Even if there are no bunnies hoping around to hunt, there is plenty of fun to be had including crazy golf, French boules and a play area.
Choo Choo! Hop on board now as we set off on the Swansea Bay Rider Land Train down Swansea Prom for the next part of the Easter adventure!
Singleton Boating Lake is our destination, watch as the spring light reflects off the still waters. Pop yourself onto a swan pedalo and keep your eyes peeled for any of the resident Easter ducklings – tell-tale signs are squeaky quacks and fluffy yellow feathers floating on the water!
Next we hop onto a Santander Cycle and follow the gentle sounds of choral music to the stained glass archways of the Brangwyn. Swansea Philharmonic Choir present Joseph Hayden’s Creation on 13 April – let the music sweep you away whilst enjoying the splendid grand surroundings of the hall.
Swansea’s most famous son leads us onto the next stage of the Enjoy Swansea Bay Easter adventure as we set off for the Dylan Thomas Centre. Here we have family workshops and self-led activity throughout the Easter holidays (12 April – 28 April) – make mini comics and stationary, play with puppets and dress up in costumes!
A skip and a hop now through the Maritime Quarter and the Easter adventure trail goes time travelling to Swansea Museum – lose yourself exploring our local history and take part in the Easter workshop on April 18, making decorated plant pots.
Our parks also come to life over the Easter holidays with ParkLives activities – burn off that third giant egg with yoga, tai chi, multi-sports, skate, scooters and BMX biking.
That’s not all yolks! On the last lap of our Easter trail we head to the Glynn Vivian to catch up on some classic family films such as Hop on 21 April and Peter Rabbit on 23 April and…izzy wizzy let’s get busy at Sooty’s Magic Show in the Grand Theatre on 15 April!
Lastly we land at Swansea Libraries…Easter crafts and hunts, bonnet parades, experiments and Easter story time throughout the school holidays.
Phew! That was a busy Easter adventure…We’re egg-hausted after all that fun!
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