Manchester Museum Nature Discovery event kicks off on Easter Monday 6 April and runs for 2 weeks, covering the Easter holidays. There are daily drop-in sessions with sock-puppet making and a gallery for children to explore all for free.
There's a national series of over 300 Easter egg events held at National Trust and National Trust of Scotland locations this Easter weekend. The times and costs vary, so find your nearest trail by checking the event website.
Kids can roam around the gardens of an Elizabethan stately home at Burghley House, near Peterborough. Their annual Easter egg hunt is on Sunday 5 April. There's no extra charge for the hunt, but you'll need to buy admission tickets to the garden. Adults £8, children £5.30 and family tickets £26.
Stockeld Park in York is holding a Giant Egg Hunt over the Easter period, with prizes for finding the hand-painted eggs and bunnies. There's also an egg-and-spoon race and a live chick-hatching event with real baby chicks. Prices vary on different days, so check the website for the latest information.