Spring in the Cotswolds? Absolutely magical! Here’s your go-to list for making the most of this vibrant season:

  1. Baby Animals Galore at Cotswold Farm Park (Until April 14, 2024) Dive into spring in The Cotswolds with the cutest lambs and kids around—over 900 expected! Catch a live birth if you’re lucky, and don’t miss the daily talks. Plus, tons of family fun awaits with play areas and animal feeding opportunities. Check out their website.
  2. Snowdrop Extravaganza at Painswick Rococo Garden (Happening Now) Wander through a stunning snowdrop sea at Painswick’s historic gardens. Remember to book ahead and set aside a good two hours to soak it all in.
  3. Seasonal Wonders at Batsford Arboretum (Happening Now) From early snowdrops to dazzling Japanese cherry blossoms, Batsford is a color explosion! Explore this unique collection of global flora spread over 60 acres.
  4. The Gruffalo’s Forest Party at Westonbirt Arboretum (Happening Now) Join the Gruffalo’s 25th birthday bash with a forest adventure filled with party games and fascinating wildlife facts. Plus, the Tree Top Walkway offers an unforgettable canopy experience.
  5. Thrills at Cheltenham Racecourse: The Cheltenham Festival (March 12-15) Experience the pinnacle of jump horse racing! Be part of the excitement with 28 races over four days.
  6. Royal Spring Walks at Highgrove (Select dates from March 4-21) Explore the private gardens of His Majesty the King with a guided tour. Discover a springtime paradise of daffodils and blossoms.
  7. Egg-citing Easter at Birdland Park & Gardens (March 23-April 14) Enjoy Easter with a twist—egg-themed talks, displays, and a fun quiz trail. Home to an incredible variety of birds, including the only breeding group of King Penguins in England.
  8. Easter Joy at Blenheim Palace with Hotel Chocolat (March 29-April 1) Celebrate Easter in style with chocolate workshops, egg hunts, and more in the gorgeous Walled Garden.
  9. Green Thumb Fest at RHS Malvern Spring Festival (May 9-12) Calling all garden enthusiasts! Immerse yourself in stunning show gardens, meet gardening celebs like Alan Titchmarsh, and discover the latest in home, food, and drink.
  10. Cheese Rolling Madness (May 27) Experience the thrill of the chase at the infamous Cheese Rolling event on Cooper’s Hill. It’s a wild dash after a wheel of cheese for glory (and the cheese)!

So what next!

There you have it, your ultimate spring bucket list for the Cotswolds. Get ready to create some unforgettable memories! don’t forget to check out our availability!

And don’t forget, amidst all these spring adventures, Mother’s Day falls on March 10th. What better way to celebrate than by sharing one (or more!) of these unforgettable experiences in the Cotswolds with the special mum in your life? Whether it’s strolling through gardens ablaze with colour, getting up close with adorable farm animals, or indulging in a chocolate workshop, make this Mother’s Day one for the books by creating memories together in this picturesque slice of England.

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