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If you’re wondering where to take the family this Easter, there are plenty of things to do in North Wales, come rain or shine. Regardless of the weather, there’s loads to see and do for all the family in North Wales over Easter!
For all ages in all weathers, enjoy a splashing day out at the Anglesey Sea Zoo. Get close to marine life with daily talks and feeds with their biologists. See live diving displays and later this year have a go at Virtual Scuba Diving, or even take to the ocean for real on a Sea Safari! Outside there’s the massive Octojump bouncy castle, the Pirate’s Playground, Captain Jake’s Crazy Golf, Gator Swamp Boats, the Cannon Blaster and incredible shoreline views of Snowdonia with Anglesey ice cream for the big kids that just prefer to relax.
There will be plenty of fun for the little ones too at RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve this Easter.
Sunday 27 March offers three egg hunts, follow the clues to discover where the cheeky Easter bunny has hidden some surprisingly tasty eggs. There will be a number of activities throughout the week to keep the whole family entertained during the Easter Holidays.
Redline Indoor Karting, located in Caernarfon, North Wales offers a fabulous welsh karting experience for all the family! Challenge your friends and family to an exhilarating race at a course where all abilities are welcome in one of the fastest growing adrenaline sports in the world.
Based on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, Greenwood Forest Park is located, voted the best family day in North Wales for 5 years running!
As well as zooming down the 70 metre Sledge Run on the Great Green Run or for tiny tots the Little Green Run, den building and treetop adventures you’ll find so many things to do at Greenwood Forest Park.
For any rainy days, the Enchanted Wood Barn offers the latest in indoor play whilst parents can enjoy the GreenOak Café, heated by a toasty log burner. A brand new water ride; SolarSplash is set to open Spring 2016. Fully powered by the Park’s 150kW Photovoltaic Array, thrill seekers will climb a 12-metre-high tower before hopping into inflatable boats and hurtling down a choice of hump back chutes or a spiralling tube, flowing with water.
With Easter falling early in 2016, why not start planning your first family break for 2016 now. So whether you’re a family seeking a fun short break, a chilled out couple, or anything in-between, there are plenty of things to do during a holiday to Wales. Why not book a short break or week of fun in North Wales at one of our great value.