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Top Easter picks for Adults

Top Easter picks for Adults

With the Easter weekend quickly approaching, Campanile have put together some activities in the areas surrounding our hotels that will keep you busy whether you’re with friends, as part a couple or going it alone, we’ve got you covered…


If what you’re after is a lively evening of tongue-in-cheek sass with elegant cocktails and decadent dishes then look no further than Manchester235 casino. The casino introduces the spectacular event on the 30th of march, starting at 19:30!

  • View some art

So, you’re an art buff? That’s cool! And you’re in the right place; Manchester holds a multitude of art from a variety artists, periods and styles so why not take a look at some of the most unique collections over the Easter period:

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art 

The Whitworth 

The Lowry 

  • Fancy a food fair?

If eating new and exciting foods is what tantalises your taste buds then the GRUB food fair is exactly what you need, with plenty of street food, drinks and feel-good vibe; what is not to love about this unique community event.

To see more things to see and do in the areas around see our Salford and Manchester City Guide. Book your stay here.


  • Enjoy the museums

Liverpool is a fantastically eclectic city for the museum lovers with special exhibits from China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors to the mesmerising planetarium. The museums also offer informative exhibitions on topics such as the Blind School, LGBT+ history, the Suffragette’s movement, the infamous Titanic and the History of Slavery.

The International Slavery Museum 

Merseyside Maritime Museum 

The Museum of Liverpool 

Studley House 

World Museum 

  • All about fashion

If traditional hung art isn’t your thing then why not try some of the fashion exhibitions featuring well known designers with the fashion icons display or discover the beauty in exotic fashion culture with the Slaves of Fashion exposition.

Walker Art Gallery

Lady Lever Art Gallery

Tate Liverpool

  • Delve in to the life of the Beatles

The most famous band in the world, the Beatles, were born and bread Liverpudlians. And with this in mind we wanted to offer some options, which give a more in-depth, look into the life of the fab four. Plus – the Cavern club is just 10 minutes away from our hotel!

The Magical Mystery Tour Bus 

The Cavern Club 

The Beatles Childhood Homes 

The Beatles Statues

To see more things to see and do in the areas around see our Liverpool City Guide. Book your stay here.


This well-known tour is highly rated on the Cardiff TripAdvisor and offers group trips around some of Cardiff’s most reputable pubs while exploring the historical sights along the way, telling stories of the past and portraying them through dramatic re-enactments. So grab yourself a Cwtch (Welsh red ale) and let the merriment commence.

This beautiful mid 19th century church stands on Cardiff Bay (Tiger Bay) overlooking the awe-inspiring beauty of the picturesque watery plain. Over Easter weekend the Church is hosting a boutique gift market  just in time for the Easter period, why not treat a family member to a unique gift this springtime?

The Quay is the perfect mixture of arts, culture, shopping and dining; all of which with wonderful views of Cardiff day. Over the Easter weekend, this would be the perfect place to watch the Joshua vs Parker match while having a chilled beer with like-minded people.

To see more things to see and do in the areas around see our Cardiff City Guide. Check availability at our Campanile Cardiff hotel here.


  • The Glee Comedy Club

Why not treat yourself to a laugh this Easter? The Glee club Birmingham offers fantastic content suitable for all ages and interests. With names such as John Robins, Olaf Falafel and Stephen Baily you’ll be laughing all the way to your Hypnos bed!

  • Hit the Clubs!

With Birmingham’s rich nightlife it’d be rude not to go out for an Easter tipple or two, so why not head to PRYZM Birmingham for the Frenzy Presents: Easter bank holiday and dance the night away, greeting dawn in style.

To see more things to see and do in the areas around see our Birmingham City Guide.


This spectacular example of ancient Roman architecture is situated 20 minutes drive from your local Campanile, Dartford. The villa began its construction around AD 100 and expanded to suit the tastes of its wealthy successors, reaching its height of style and luxury in the mid 4th Century. Today, the remains of the villa contain some fascinating mosaics, art galleries and rare wall paintings that give a broader look into the site history.

  • Feast on this

While staying in a commute friendly area, why not check out what the London food scene has to offer…

Queen of Hoxton – this unique and vivid bar offers its customers a taste of the fabulous with its sumptuously Smokey grill menu alongside the innovative and delicious cocktails but what really makes the Queen of Hoxton standout above the rest is the culture that it showcases with regular live music, creative events and seasonal pop-ups for a uniquely freeing atmosphere.

The Ivy city garden – “with something for everyone”, a quote from the website, this magical restaurant brings a fresh breath of life to the London smog. The Ivy is packed to the rafters with an arboretum-worth of plant life. If what your after is great, fresh food and a botanically Captivating interior that transports you to calming nature then The Ivy is perfect for you.

Café Campanile – if what you want is to save your money for exploring the areas around your Campanile hotel, we recommend dining at the restaurant within the hotel. With delicious food at affordable prices, all within a few steps of your hotel room, what more can a person want?

  • Visit the West End

London’s famous West End is a world-renowned destination for theatre lovers and over the Easter period, it is showing some of the theatres best-known shows, including The Lion King, The Book of Mormon, Les Miserables. The west end is a perfect environment for pre-show meals and post-show drinks; did anyone else think win-win?

To see more things to see and do in the areas around see our Dartford City Guide.

Happy Easter! Have a cracking time!

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