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Easter Fun at the Kent and East Sussex Railway

Hop onboard with us this Easter Holiday!
Easter Bank Holiday Weekend

Why not start your Easter Holiday with some fun at Bodiam Station!
29th, 30th, 31st March and 1st April only!
This year, we are pleased to welcome for the first time, Scotty’s Circus Workshop.
We will be running FREE circus workshops throughout the day, from 11:00 until 16:30, which offer the opportunity for children and adults alike to have a go at various circus skills. This includes plate spinning, diablos, stilt walking, fun wheels and juggling.
Catch the train to Bodiam and test your skills!

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Tenterden Station
Over the four day Easter Bank Holiday weekend, you can enjoy a delicious English Breakfast in our beautiful Art Deco Station Refreshment Rooms from 9.00am to 10am – and you’ll still have enough time to catch the first train!
Add a cute Pippins Bunny to collect on the day for the special price of just £5.99 when you book online


To add to the fun, the Easter Bunny will be making appearances at Tenterden Town Station throughout the Bank Holiday weekend – a great opportunity to get that selfie!

29th March to 11th April (except Fri 5th)

Spend some time completing our Easter challenges around Tenterden and Bodiam stations and see how many bunnies and Easter boards you can find.
Onboard the train we will have the popular Easter themed activity sheets for the kids to enjoy. Once finished, make sure they pop into the Gift Shop at either Bodiam or Tenterden Station for a delicious small gift!
When trains are running our wonderful Museum is open too, so don’t forget to hop in…


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