Things to Do with Kids this Easter in St Andrews

Forget the fear of the school holidays, ditch the drama of planning and entertaining the kids at any cost, at Elderburn Lodges we have it covered. With Spring well and truly in your step and the kids buzzing around like the fresh air bees, there is plenty of things to do and see that make Easter in St Andrews one of the most exciting places to visit in Scotland.

Swing Into Easter

Take a tour of the sights at Craigtoun Country Park. Craigtoun Country Park situated 5 minutes from St Andrews, offers a wide range of attractions including acres of beautifully landscaped parkland, a fun adventure playground, boats and pedalos, super-bouncy trampolines, an equally bouncy castle, putting green, a crazy golf course, cool pedal cars, a family-friendly cafe and one of Scotland’s oldest miniature railways!

Riding all the way to Fun

Take a ride on the wild side with the kids this Easter in St Andrews, visit the Scholland Equestrian at Kilconquhar. It is a main centre for the Riding for the Disabled Association and offers trekking, woodland hacks and trail rides for all competent levels. You can even get a little starstruck if you like as one of their tremendous Fell Ponies was part of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh’s driving team.

Crossing the Unknown

Drop a little education into the trip without the kids ever knowing, and visit The Swilcan Bridge. A famous small stone bridge in St Andrews, nestled in the Links Golf Club. The bridge spans the Swilken Burn between the first and eighteenth fairways on the Old Course, and has itself become an important cultural icon in the history of St Andrews. One of the most perfect ways to enjoy the culture this Easter in St Andrews.

When Easter is here and the chocolate on order, turning the break into a holiday is just the ticket in St Andrews. Enjoy, relax and unwind at Elderburn Lodges. With your family rooms, kitchens and views, you could enjoy yourself the entire time just in one of these luxury lodges. Enjoy the family space and home cooking after a long, tiring day touring Easter in St Andrews.