Things To Do In Oxfordshire This Easter
With a long weekend in front of us, there is so much to explore in Oxfordshire, but where to start? Well, look no further! We have created a go to list of quirky things to do in and around Oxford this Easter weekend.
Join the Tap Social Easter Egg Hunt
Find one of the Tap Social eggs hidden around Oxford, for the ultimate Tap Social Easter Egg Hunt. Find an egg, bring it into the taproom anytime over Easter weekend, and redeem it for the prize. Prizes range from pints, coffees, t shirts, jumpers, takeaway bottles and more!
It’s Always Time For Tea at The Story Museum
This exhibition of international works is the brainchild of Estonian artist and curator Viive Noor who invited artists from around the world to take a seat with the Hatter and March Hare and create an exhibition of the much loved tea party from Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Open daily from 30th March. Adult tickets cost £7.50 and children cost £5.
The Big Easter Egg Hunt at Blenheim Palace
Join the Easter Egg Hunt throughout the ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland and Pleasure Gardens with giant 8 ft giant decorated eggs to hunt down. Explore the grounds to seek out the special ‘Blenheim Egg’, note its location on your map and enter into a competition to win a prize.
Harcourt Arboretum Easter Trail
Help the Easter Hare find his missing eggs. Hunt for the eggs hidden around the Arboretum and solve the puzzle. Friday 30th March until Sunday 15th April, free with an entrance ticket.
So between the DIY and Easter Sunday lunch, there is plenty to keep you and the family entertained this weekend. Oxford has a great independent scene, so if you just fancy a leisurely shopping trip and lunch, check out our Independent Oxford directory for a whole host of awesome indies to support this Easter weekend. We now even have an Independent Oxford Map to help you plan your indie adventures. Supporting local just got even easier!
Love, Rosie xxx