Easter: What’s on in Birmingham and the Midlands

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With the Easter holidays already here, we figured you may want to do something with your child during the week.

We’ve listed some events that are happening for Easter around Birmingham and the Midlands:

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

The venue will be hosting an Easter arts and crafts events from today, 30th March to Friday, 3rd April and on the 6th April, that’ll allow children to immerse themselves in their creative juices at the drop-in workshop and make their own traditional Easter decoration they can keep.
Admission to this particular event is £1 per child and will be held Gallery 16, between 11am and 1pm, and 2pm and 4pm.

Selfridges Birmingham

Selfridges will be putting on an Easter arts and crafts event on today, 30th March and on Friday, 3rd April which includes the change for children to create Easter baskets and finger puppets.
Admission to the event is free and will start at 12pm and finish at 6pm on Level One by the children’s section.

Library of Birmingham

The Library of Birmingham is calling all dinosaur enthusiasts to test their knowledge of the prehistoric giants and follow a dinosaur egg hunt trail that will end 11th April.

Begin by collecting a question sheet from the Children’s Library, found on the lower ground floor, and then proceed to follow the dinosaur egg trail that begins from the Stones and Bones Exhibition from the Gallery on Floor Three back down to the Children’s Library.

The entries that are correct will be entered into a prize draw and have the opportunity to win a £10 book token.

Cadbury World

Every day starting from today until 19th April, will be offering Easter entertainment which will see live performances from resident magicians, ventriloquists and other entertainers

Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle is taking families on a blast to the past journey as Horrible Histories is returning to the castle and bringing along with it a medley of Medieval Mayhem with live actors, games and shows in an encampment in front of the castle.

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