With government guidelines still in place, many places can only start reopening on 12th April. This is after the Easter holidays for most schools.However, there are plenty of excellent online resources for families from our wonderful local venues. Most of it is free! Have a look and see what you can do from home with your family this Easter.
Whiltlingham Adventure area remains closed, but there are some great family resources online. Choose from one of their spring packs, on supporting wildlife and plants, discovering a nature trail in your local area or some specific ideas for Easter including how to decorate eggs from natural materials.
Discover creative activities for all ages. These have been designed by Associate Artists for use primarily in the home, with some that you can try out in your garden or local green spaces, or as part of a walk in the sculpture park which remains open during lockdowns.
With over 20 pages of puzzles, quizzes, facts and dino-themed creations – it is the perfect resource for the whole family to learn more about dinosaurs. Meet Dippy and his friends and view the brand new park map – ready and waiting for you to conquer when it re-opens.
Never Ending Stories is a colourful storytelling pack designed to help you to create and share stories with your child. Inside you will find lots of ideas, including: how to find inspiration for stories; how to find time to tell stories together; how to create physical spaces for stories; and how to tell a great story. £5 a pack.
Bring Easter adventures in nature trails into your home this spring. 3 activity packs inspired by our springtime friends – the house martin, thick-legged flower beetle and painted lady butterfly. Get to know each of our Easter adventure friends and find out interesting facts, get creative with crafts or do something for nature. There’s fun and easy activities and crafts for everyone to get involved with and enjoy.
There are literally thousands of records from the Norfolk Museums Collection available online. The collections held by Norfolk Museums Service are primarily about the county of Norfolk, its history, culture and environment.
Until we can get back to Norfolk zoos, how about getting to know the animals online before you say hello in person? Find out all about the Amur Tiger, what an Agouti is and about Tamarin monkeys (featured in the picture from our last family visit)