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Fun fairs and Peter Rabbit visits: Fun things to do during the Easter break across North East Lincolnshire

11:00 am, Tuesday, 26th March 2024 - 2 hours ago

Culture, events and tourism

Easter is a great time to get outdoors and enjoy what the borough has to offer.

This year, why not enjoy some amazing activities like visiting Peter Rabbit in Freshney Place or taking a trip to the Mega Fun Fair at Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes.

Whatever you and your family are in to, there are some egg-citing events on the horizon.

Young bunnies

For the younger generation, there is plenty to hop along to:

  • Peter Rabbit appearance at Freshney Place Shopping Centre, Grimsby – Peter Rabbit will hop into the Centre to meet and greet children. There will also be free crafts, face painting and the Easter Treasure Hunt. Saturday 30 March, 11am to 3pm. Appearance times vary.
  • The Easter Eggs-press at Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, Cleethorpes – Come on down and meet the Easter bunny as well as take a ride on the Easter Eggs-press. There will also be a bunny trail and much more to get involved with. Friday 29 March to Monday 1 April.
  • Alice in Wonderland themed Easter weekend at Nunny’s Farm, GrimsbyJoin the animals for their annual Alice in Wonderland themed Easter Weekend . Meet the Easter Bunny, Peter Rabbit and more. Enjoy animal walks, talks and meet and greets throughout the weekend.  Friday 29 March, Saturday 30 March and Sunday 31 March, open 10am to 4pm.

Fun for all the family

There is also plenty going on for all ages during the Easter break:

  • Easter Holidays Mega Fun Fair, Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes – Why not get everyone down and enjoy the adrenaline fuelled Stratos Fear and even meet a dinosaur or two! The fun fair has three sessions a day with wristbands available to book in advance or buy on the gates. Friday 29 March to Saturday 14 April, open from 12pm to 8pm.
  • Hoppy Easter Party, Civic Hub, Immingham – Come down and enjoy a range of Easter activities and entertainment. Tickets are available from reception at the Civic Centre. Saturday 30 March, 11am to 1pm.
  • Panto at the Parkway! The Little Mermaid – Join Lenor the mermaid princess as she searches for her happily ever after. With a few surprises along the way, it’s sure to be a hit with all the family. Sunday 31 March, 12pm.

After all these Easter activities, you’ll need a something to eat. Why not pop into one of the borough’s amazing fish and chip shops or sit down for a meal this Good Friday at one of the many businesses across North East Lincolnshire.

If you’re unsure where to go or what to do this Easter, find more activities and places to eat on Discover North East Lincolnshire’s Easter fun page here. Be sure to check out the Love Exploring app here for any other activities over the Easter break too.

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