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Explore Staffordshire’s world of possibilities this Easter, from world-class theme parks to magnificent stately homes and Easter egg hunts around beautiful parklands.

For total family entertainment visit the award-winning Drayton Manor Theme Park near Tamworth and be among the first to experience the park’s brand new attraction – a sensational 152-seat 4D Cinema.

Take a trip to the magical world of Alton Towers, packed full of nail biting rides to satisfy the most ardent adrenalin junkies. Or for a healthy alternative to chocolate eggs, why not indulge with a trip to the luxuriant spa instead?

Or if you’re a culture vulture with a passion for history and nature, Shugborough’s Complete Working Estate is your stop. From 10 – 13 April, enjoy a magnificent Shire horse and carriage ride across the beautiful Victorian parkland or try your hand at traditional Easter baking at the working kitchens. For more family fun, visit Shugborough’s farmyard, where Easter chicks and lambs will be making their first wobbly steps.

Officially launching on Good Friday (10 April) is Weston Park’s new Granary Shop and Gallery. The renovated North Wing of the seventeenth century stately home will display changing exhibitions throughout the year and the Granary Shop will feature locally sourced food and drink.

Eggsciting Easter egg hunts are also making trails across the county. The Ancient High House, the tallest timber framed house in England built in 1595, will host a day of ‘Easter Eggcentrics’ on Saturday 11 April where you can enjoy egg decorating, Easter bonnet workshops and chocolate egg hunts.

From 6 – 17 April, Dr. Johnson’s Birthplace Museum in Lichfield will host ‘Sam’s Fantastic Easter Egg Hunt’, a fun and fact-packed Easter trail for all the family with competitions and prizes. Taking place between the 10-13 April at Biddulph Grange Garden is a Cadbury’s chocolate egg trail around its exotic mix of Victorian, Chinese and Egyptian gardens.

See Staffordshire from the sky by hopping on the Trentham Estate’s new ‘Potters Wheel’, a 60-metre high observation wheel allowing breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside.

Experience some swashbuckling fun at Tutbury Castle’s Land Pirates Bank Holiday event taking place between the 12 – 13 April. The castle will be filled with buccaneers, strumpets and pick pockets, re-enacting scenes from a fictional battle between a gang of pirates and highwayman.

For more information on Staffordshire’s world of possibilities this Easter, contact the Enjoy Staffordshire press office on:
T: 01743 234 224

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