With the Easter bank holiday weekend just around the corner, here are seven Easter events in and around Ely to keep the whole family entertained.

1. Skylark Easter Funyard 

This year, you and your family can enjoy Skylark’s giant Funyard, a special Easter comedy show, and lamb feeding. It’s been described as a ‘special experience you’ll remember forever’. 

Tickets are available now until April 14 and you can use the code ‘EASTERFUN’ to save per ticket. 

You can book here: Easter Funyard & Lamb Feeding - Skylark Events

2. Eucharist and Easter Egg Hunt at Ely Cathedral 

Children and families are very welcome to the Easter Day Cathedral service and there will be a parallel act of worship for children in the Lady Chapel at 10:30am

The children also help process the decorated cross through the cathedral and are invited to an Easter egg hunt at the end of the service. 

3. Family audio tour and Easter egg hunt at Oliver Cromwell's House

Come visit those at Oliver Cromwell's House over the Easter Weekend for a family audio tour to learn how the family lived in the 17th century property. 

An Easter egg hunt and art activities are also on offer. 

Family tickets are priced at £21 which admits two adults and three children. 

4. Spring crafts and a Victorian Easter trail at The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey 

Join the team for children’s spring crafts and a Victorian Easter Trail. 

Free children’s crafts will be offered on April 4-5 and then again on April 11-12

The Museum and Docky Box café will be open from 10am until 4pm and normal admission prices apply. 

5. Springtime Easter Special at South Angle Farm Park 

Over the Easter weekend, you can visit the farm and feed many animals by hand, including llamas, pigs, goats, chickens, ducks and geese, as well as lambs for Easter! 

The farm's Easter event is bigger than ever with new animals including chicks and ducklings.

Lamb feeding will take place throughout the day, as well as rabbit handing and a special reptile handling experience.

Plus, find all the golden eggs on the farm's Easter egg trail and win a chocolate treat, all at no extra cost. 

You can visit the farm between 10am and 5pm. No ticket is required for under 2s. 

6. Foodie Friday 

It’s Spring and that can only mean one thing, Foodie Fridays are back! 

Launching on Friday, March 29 at 4.00pm until 8:30pm, there’s an incredible food and drink line up, live music, plenty of seating and hopefully a spot of sunshine to welcome the bank holiday weekend. 

7. Easter Sunday egg hunt at Burwell Museum and Windmill

Easter Egg hunt, windmill tours and refreshments are available for the whole family at Burwell Museum and Windmill's first open days of the year. 

Running between 10am-4pm (last admission 2pm), usual Museum admission applies. 

Easter egg hunt costs £2 with a chocolate prize for every egg hunter, even if you don't finish.