What's on in Bristol in the Easter holidays?
Easter is nearly upon us and it is the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with the family this spring. If you are wanting a family break for Easter, look no further than Future Inns. When you are not spending time at the hotel in Cabot Circus, there’s plenty to do around the city to make the most of half-term. Whether you fancy an Easter egg hunt, to live theatre and workshops, there’s something for everyone to enjoy, no matter their age. There’s no place like Bristol for a family break for Easter!
Easter half term in England is from Saturday 4th April until Sunday 19th April 2020. Easter Sunday is on 12th April 2020. Here is a list of ideas, so you can celebrate Easter in Bristol city centre:
Under 12's stay for free, and under 5's eat breakfast for free
With so much to see and do with the whole family in Bristol, you can afford a staycation with us. Our bedrooms can sleep up to four, the Superior Double bedrooms have two double Queen sized beds. Or our City King Room interconnects with the City Twin bedrooms.
Bristol is a great destination for a family trip and it prides itself on being a family-friendly city, from accommodation, food and drink and things to do.
Main course, dessert and a drink
At Future Inns, your little ones can eat for FREE with any meal purchased by an adult during school holidays and half term, in Chophouse Restaurant.
Between Saturday 4th April until Sunday 19th April 2020 children aged under 12 can enjoy an Omelette, Chicken Nuggets, Fish Fingers, Mini Burgers, Roast chicken and more! Plus, a dessert and a drink.
2 night stay, breakfast, dinner and entry to Bristol Zoo
Enjoy two night staying at Future Inn Bristol. The package includes a full English buffet breakfast on both days, as well as a 3-course dinner from our table d'hote or children's menu on your first night; both served in Chophouse Restaurant. The stay also includes free parking at Cabot Circus and all the perks you can expect from a stay at Future Inns.
From £260 per break
Easter lunch idea available daily between 6pm-9.30pm
Dining from the table d'hôte menu, in Chophouse Restaurant, you can choose a starter, main and a dessert between 6pm-9.30pm daily.
Even though Chophouse Restaurant is the home of steaks, chops and ribs, the team cater for all diets including vegan and gluten-free. The restaurant is elegant, cosy and comfortable.
£20 per person
Easter gift ideas - Something to look forward to
If you are working and can not celebrate Easter weekend, or if you want to plan ahead our Bristol gift experiences include;
If you’re after some egg-citing family-friendly entertainment during the Easter holidays, Bristol has an egg-ceptional range of activities, events and attractions.
Watch this space, more information coming soon
Meet the royal couple along with their entourage of loyal ladies-in-waiting and noble gentlemen. Enjoy the spectacle of Tudor dancing in the Great Hall, on 5th April 2020 at Berkeley Castle.
At Avon Valley Railway this Easter they celebrate the return to steam of the old Fry's chocolate factory steam locomotive from Keynsham. There's even a free Fry's chocolate for every child! Between 10th-13th April 2020.
Organised by experienced video game events specialists Replay Events, each session will be jam-packed with everything you love about video gaming all under one roof! Featuring Modern Games, Retro Games, Arcade Games, Minecraft, Fortnite, LAN Games, Virtual Reality, Rhythm Games and more. Held at Ashton Gate Stadium on the 14th and 15th April 2020.
On the 19th April 2020 at Berkely Castle, learn how knights were trained in the 15th century and watch breath-taking sword fighting shows. See up-close the display of incredible, authentic steel armour masterfully crafted by Dressed to Kill themselves.
Large in size, and keen in nature, Zog is so eager to win a golden star at Madam Dragon’s school, where dragons learn all the things that dragons need to know. The smash-hit stage adaptation can be seen at the Bristol Old Vic between 14th-18th April 2020.
The Wurzels are back at The Fleece for Easter Sunday gig on 12th April 2020. The Wurzels have paved the way for Scrumpy n’ Western – a genre packed full of double entendre, mainstream parody and a comical folk style.
Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Misérables tells an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit. You can watch the performance ath The Bristol Hippodrome between 7th April and 9th May 2020.
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