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 want a family friendly break for Easter, look no further than Future Inns. Did we mention kids stay free?
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 the half-term. Whether you fancy hunting for Easter eggs, 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 Friday 29 March to Sunday 14 April 2024. Easter Sunday is on 29 March 2024. The Bank Holiday dates are Friday 29 March 2024 and Easter Monday 1 April 2024. Here is a guide full of ideas and special offers, so you can celebrate Bristol city centre.
Sunday 31 March 2024 | 12pm - 5pm
Celebrate Easter Sunday with a delicious lunch with all the family or friends. Enjoy a 3-course traditional homemade Easter lunch. Choose a starter, main and dessert. See the menu below.
£26 per person | £13 for under 12's | Under 5's complimentary
Pre-booking is essential on 0117 304 1020 or by emailing email@example.com
Under 12's stay for free, and under 5's eat breakfast for free
Bristol is a great destination for a family trip, from accommodation, food and drink and things to do.
With so much to see and do with the whole family in Bristol, you can afford a staycation with us. In our family-friendly hotel 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.
Main course, dessert and a drink
At Future Inns, under 5's eat for FREE with any meal purchased by an adult during school holidays and half term, in Chophouse Restaurant.
When out and about or after a long day, you may not feel like cooking, hang up the towel, put away the oven gloves and escape the heat of the kitchen. The children’s menu has something for foodie kids or those who may be a bit fussier.
Easter lunch idea available daily from 5pm
Dining from the table d'hôte menu, in Chophouse Restaurant, you can choose a starter, main and a dessert from 5pm 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.
£26 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;
As our food is homemade in-house, we can assist anyone with a special diet or allergies and intolerances. Please mention this when booking if you require a vegetarian or vegan spread or if you need gluten or dairy-free. It is essential that these are pre-ordered, giving us as much notice as possible, so they can be made for you.
The open-plan restaurant is on the ground floor, so no ramps or alternative routes are needed. There is booth seating and tables where a chair can be easily removed for a wheelchair. An accessible toilet is found in the bar area. Parking for Blue Badge holders is at the back of the building, which is £9 per car. This is on a first-come, first-served basis. Your vehicle must be registered at Reception when you arrive to avoid being sent a penalty charge notice. Be sure to check out our accessible guide to the hotel and restaurant.
For additional benefits, you can join the Future Inns hotel loyalty program. For every £1 you spend on accommodation, you earn 1 reward point. Plus, get double points when you dine in the restaurant. Points can then be used to upgrade your bedroom to a suite or a free night's stay. You also get a complimentary drink voucher to redeem when you dine in the restaurant (you'll also get double points, too!) and a member's discount rate. It's also completely free to join!
Standard hotel booking terms and conditions apply.
All menus and offers are subject to availability. Pre-booking is required. You may be asked for a deposit when booking to secure your space. The remaining balance can be settled on the day. All deposits and payments are non-refundable and non-amendable.
If you’re after some egg-citing family-friendly entertainment during the Easter holidays, Bristol has an egg-ceptional range of activities, Easter events, Easter egg hunts and attractions.
You do not have to walk far in Bristol to discover cutting-edge pieces of graffiti art decorating the walls. Download the trail to your phone or tablet, featuring an interactive map which guides you to each of the pieces.
There are some exciting family shows on at The Bristol Hippodrome this Easter. This year you can see the musicals The Wizard of Oz, I Should Be So Lucky and What's Love Got To Do With It? A Tribute To Tina Turner.
Bristol Zoo Project is a fun family attraction where you can meet amazing animals from across the world. Including bears, giraffes, cheetahs, lemurs and more. There's also plenty of opportunity for outdoor adventures with 50 acres of woodland, gardens and meadows to explore. Plus, conservation information and projects across the site.
Visit Bristol's biggest aquarium and discover thousands of aquatic creatures, including tropical fish, sharks, and seahorses, in more than 40 exciting displays. Bristol Aquarium transports visitors to the spectacular underwater gardens of the Mediterranean and the stunning beauty of tropical waters, which are home to everything from fox-faced rabbitfish and puffer fish to living corals and clownfish.
Want to do a 160ft bungee jump? Taking place over water at the Lloyds Amphitheatre located in Bristol's Harbourside. Booking in advance is essential, as it doesn't operate every day. Tick the experience off your bucket list!
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