Make the most of the extra hour this spring



Whether you’re a bit of a culture vulture or a fan of the great outdoors, we’ve got a bit of everything for you to make the most of the longer days and lighter nights from Springtime onwards. Take a look for our top selection


Bubble Rush, UK wide (£14, Saturday 6 April 2019)

Suitable for all ages, Bubble Rush is 5k fun run with a difference. You can run, dance, walk or skip your way to the finish line as make you make your way through four different coloured Bubble Stations. Each Bubble Station is equipped with high-powered cannon that blasts heaps of colourful, frothy foam over anyone in its way. And if that wasn’t enough, everybody gets to walk away with a medal and a sparkling white Bubble Rush sparkly white t-shirt to show off.

National Football Museum, Manchester

As the football league season draws to a close and with no summer international tournament to look forward to, you’re going to get your football fix from somewhere. The National Football Museum has a collection of over 140,000 of the world’s greatest pieces of football memorabilia from past and present, telling the stories that matter to everyone with a love of the beautiful game and paying particular attention to England as the home of football from grassroots level to the very top.

Holyrood Park & Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh

Holyrood Park is a 640 acre Royal Park adjacent to Holyrood Palace, just a short walk from Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in the heart of the city. The park’s highest point is Arthur's Seat and sits 251m above sea level giving excellent view of the city, so if you’re thinking of heading up over the Easter weekend it’s the ideal place for an Easter egg roll down the hill.

Natural History Museum, London

See the clock from the CBeebies shows Andy's Dinosaur Adventures and Andy's Prehistoric Adventures in Hintze Hall. It’s currently at the Museum until Andy needs it back for his next adventure, in addition to 80 million specimens spanning billions of years – including dinosaur skeletons – is the reason it’s known as a ‘cathedral of nature’.

The New Forest, Hampshire

If you’re a fan of wildlife – ponies in particular – then a visit to The New Forest is an absolute must. Created in 1079 by William the Conqueror as a hunting area, it’s now home to around 5,000 ‘wild’ ponies. All of the ponies found in the forest are wild in the sense they can roam freely. It is the animals’ grazing which helps to keep the New Forest’s landscape and rare species which you can enjoy today!

Cadbury World, Birmingham

Cadbury World is a self-guided exhibition tour where you’ll discover a whole world of chocolate spread across different chocolatey zones. Take a trip down memory lane on Advertising Avenue, where you can take a look at and reminisce about all the great Cadbury ads over the years (who remembers the drumming gorilla?), find out how your favourite chocolate is made – including Creme Egg, Buttons and Roses – and enjoy a 4D chocolate adventure!