The Easter break brings with it the usual mix of wonderful activities for children and families in and around Aylesbury.

Friars Square will be hosting its own Easter Wonderland experience on Tuesday 4 April between 11am and 4pm when families are invited to meet Alice, the Cheshire Cat and many more favourites from the children’s tale.

With The Mad Hatter rushing around on his unicycle, to comedy from twins Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, as well as the Queen of Hearts on stilts, the free event is one not be missed.

On Thursday 13 April, there is an Easter treat for dinosaur lovers when a Tyrannosaurus Rex stomps into town. The cheeky theropod will be making lively appearances with his ranger – do join us for free event.

And at the Queens Park Arts Centre, there will be Children’s Easter Holiday Pottery workshops on Tuesday 4 and Wednesday 5 April with Emma Bowden. These workshops are suitable for those aged 7 to 11 years of age.

At Hogshaw Farm, you can follow Alice down the rabbit hole as part of their Easter Wonderland (3-14 April) featuring live entertainment at the Mad Hatter Tea Tent and curious animal encounters along the White Rabbit Trail.

As part of an amazing series of additional activities on offer at the farm, children can also receive hands-on experiences with farm animals and other wildlife.

Meanwhile, the Discover Bucks Museum is hosting its own Easter themed holiday activities.

The Easter Egg Trail is on every day of the holidays as well as a Family Easter Event on Saturday 8 April.

The Jonathan Page Play Centre will be running its popular playscheme activities. This will include lots of fun in its fantastic outdoor play area. And during the second week of the holidays, there is the magical Wizard Week, which will include spooky hanging bats and wands to cast your own spells!

You can find out about all the events taking place in Aylesbury here.

Around the county, there is so much more going on over the Easter break.

Check out this great guide from our friends at Visit Buckinghamshire.