Where to go for those Easter adventures in Peterborough

There’s lots going on around Peterborough during the Easter break so here are some ideas to keep the family occupied.

Nene Park is full of outdoor adventures, from wildlife workshops and an adventure trail to activities including pay and play watersports, tranquil daily boat trips, a ride on the Ferry Meadows railway and on selected days, archery and wall climbing.

And you could enjoy it while spending the night under canvas, camping.

What about a visit to Longthorpe Tower and be amazed at the Medieval wall paintings there? Peterborough Museum has an Easter Egg trail, Flag Fen has a dinosaur-themed egg hunt, and Queensgate has a rope-course.

Staying indoor Showcase has reduced its family (of four) tickets to £25 in time for some blockbuster releases – with a large popcorn per family, free .

And not forgetting Peterborough Lido opens for outdoor swimming every day over the Easter holiday from Friday.

Remember to check online for opening times and costs.