The Easter Bank Holiday is almost here, and with four work-free days to look forward to, it's time to get planning!
Stuck for ideas? Here's some suggestions that can help you to make the most of the long weekend, whether you're visiting London, Hull or Doncaster.
Don't forget “ a First Hull Train is always the perfect way to travel if you want to enjoy a fuss free, fun filled day out¦
London Eye Easter Chocolate Factory
Thurs 28th March “ Sun 31st March
Take a ride on the London Eye during the long weekend and you'll be greeted by Edwin the Easter Bunny “ who'll be dishing out free yummy Hotel Chocolat treats “ as well as a host of daring stilt walkers.
The Passion of Jesus, Trafalgar Square
Fri 29th March
Returning to the capital for the second year, this epic, open-air performance, featuring real animals and a cast of 100, is not to be missed. With two shows taking place (beginning at noon and 3.15pm), it's free to watch “ but make sure you take your waterproofs, just in case¦
Hampton Court Easter Funfair
Fri 29th March “ Tues 2nd April
This bank holiday funfair has been providing family-friendly thrills and spills for over 150 years. Take a spin on the traditional carousel, try your luck at one of games or scare yourself silly by climbing aboard a white knuckle ride “ it's all right here!
The Boat Race, Putney Bridge
Sun 31st March
Join the 250,000-string crowd to watch Oxford and Cambridge battle it out in this legendary annual boat race. Get there early to make sure you get a prime viewing spot on the four-and-a-quarter mile course “ visit the official Boat Race website for more info.
If you're thinking of bringing the whole family to London for the Easter Bank holiday, then why not take advantage of our Amazing Easter Offer? You can get four return tickets to London for just £99!
Easter Egg Hunt, Prospect Shopping Centre
Mon 25th March “ Sat 30th March
Kids will love scouring the shopping centre to find the treasure hunt clues. Pick up your entry form by the scenic lift, and then be sure to return it for your chance to win £50 worth of vouchers to spend at the centre.
If the weather's good over the Easter bank holiday, then Hull's largest park is the perfect place to head to¦ With a boating lake, splash boat' ride, animal education centre and on-site cafÃ©, you can easily while away a whole day here.
Easter Scavenger Hunt, South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum
Sat 23rd March “ Sun 7th April
Let the kids run loose among the aircraft to discover the eggs that are up for grabs. With free museum entry for a year to be won, there'll be no tears if they can't track down the chocolate, as every child who takes part gets a prize.
Easter Eggstravaganza, Potteric Carr Nature Reserve
Sun 31 March
Enjoy the great outdoors at this wonderful wildlife park “ hunt for eggs and take part in a range of other Easter-themed activities, plus visit the brand new Flutter By garden.