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Things to do at Easter in Aviemore & The Cairngorms National Park

There are lots of local events at Easter in Aviemore, Grantown-on-Spey, Kincraig and Kingussie. Here are some of our favourites in The Cairngorms National Park.

There are lots of fantastic events on this Easter that offer something for all the family in Aviemore and The Cairngorms National Park.

The local Farmers Market is on Easter Sunday 31st March from 11am – 3pm in Aviemore on the village green.

Easter Art Exhibition is on 28th March – 14th April, all art is produced by members of the Society of Badenoch & Strathspey Artists at the Iona Gallery in Kingussie.

There are lots of activities available at Loch Insh Outdoor Centre from Canoeing to Skiing, details and to book are at lochinsh.com.

Hunt for some eggs at the famous Rothiemurchus Easter Egg hunt at Loch an Eilein on Easter Sunday. There are two hunts one at 10:30am and one at 2pm. No need to book and it’s free to join in.

easter egg hunt

Get ready for an Easter extravaganza at Landmark Forest Adventure Park from March 29th to April 15th including competitions and dressing up, all details and to book are here.

Enjoy the most amazing Zip Trek with a new wire that has been added to the Zip Trek course. Details to book can be found here.

Book a Quad Trek at Alvie estate at Cairngorm Quad Treks or Archery at Cairngorm Archery next door.

Clay pigeon shooting at Alvie Estates is a great family activity but booking is essential by contacting Alvie Estate Office on 01540 651 255.

Egg-cellent Easter fun at The Highland Wildlife Park awaits but make sure you book online via their website here and keep an eye out for those monkeys!

What better way to get out and explore the Cairngorms National Park than going on a family walk, Walk Highlands has great ideas for all levels.

The Strathspey Steam Railway is also running, so why not book afternoon tea on the steam railway departing Aviemore from 3pm, details and how to book are here.

Keep an eye out on facebook for the menu at Alvie Forest Food and have the most amazing locally foraged, grown and reared food in a forest on the Alvie Estate.

Slightly further afield, but worth a mention, is The Stone of Destiny on display at its’ new home at the new Perth Museum opening on the 30th March 2024, with lots of events planned for the big opening celebration.

The Stone of Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone is a powerful symbol of Scotland, it is linked in stories and myths from heroes in the Bible, Ancient Egyptian royalty, and Irish High Kings to the Scottish throne. The Stone is returning to Perthshire for the first time in over 700 years, the Stone is the centrepiece of the new Perth Museum and will be free for all to view.

We hope this keeps everyone busy over the Easter holidays and all our guests can have a lovely holiday here in The Cairngorms National Park.

Last Updated: 2024-06-20 09:16:39
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