what’s on in Lyme Regis for easter 2017

Known as the gateway to the Jurassic Coast, Hawkchurch Resort & Spa offers luxury accommodation in a beautiful setting

 

Surrounded by the breath taking countryside scenery of the magical Axe Valley, Hawkchurch offers a fun family environment, with a touch of elegance and relaxation thrown in. And being a short distance away from the historic harbour town of Lyme Regis, means you can easily explore the region and all it has to offer this Easter.

 

alice in wonderland easter egg trail

At: Forde Abbey Gardens When: 14th – 17th April

Beautiful Forde Abbey will be transformed into a fantasy landscape with elegant tea parties, an apprehensive white rabbit, the maddest of all Hatters and a whole host of characters from the pages of childhood books. So why not a take a trip down the rabbit hole for a chocolate filled, fun family day out!

 

easter open studios

At: Flat 3, Church House When: 14th – 17th April

Known as the place for art and culture, Lyme Regis offers some fantastic studios to witness and learn from some of the best artists in the UK. St Michael’s Studios artists have been very busy getting ready to welcome you into their work spaces over the Bank Holiday weekend. You will get to see their artwork and find out about their artistic practice, ideas and the many future projects of these talented souls. Artists include Kit Glaisyer, Charlotte Miller, David Brooke and Cardine Ireland.

 

wild goose chase

At: Montacute House When: 3rd – 17th & 10th – 13th April

Visit the Montacute House & Gardens for a fun outdoor activity for all the family. Grab some activity sheets and explore the gardens and parkland, wild geese are on the loose and they need you to help hunt them down!

 

Visit Lyme Regis, Axminster and see all that the magical Axe Valley has to offer this Easter!

Enjoy your Easter 2017 holidays in Lyme Regis!

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