A fun and family-friendly Easter event in Birmingham, Treasure Hunt may not be turning up any chocolate eggs but it is showing you some of the highlights of the city. Based entirely on your phone, this quirky outdoor activity is taking you around some unique local landmarks - including some you didn't even know were there.
Easter Events in Birmingham
If Easter egg hunts aren't your basket this Easter, why not mix it up with something a little bolder or boozier this year? We're pulling together all our top tips for making the most of the bank holiday in Birmingham, from quirky online bingo events to pretty outdoor strolls and the best restaurant deliveries in the city.
Magic tricks and impossible feats sound like your kind of thing? Illusionist Tony Middleton is making sure you stay entertained over the Easter bank holiday with a stunning show dedicated to mind-reading, sleight of hand and more.
One of the quirkiest things to do this Easter in Birmingham, Murderton is the virtual murder mystery event inspired by Netflix romp, Bridgerton. Get your finest Regency garb on and log on for the chance to investigate the killing of a young duke.
A hilarious addition to any Easter weekend plans, Musical Bingo's at home offering continues to provide punters with some of the best lockdown activities on the internet - think bonkers hosts, singalongs and the chance to win big prizes.
One of the best ways to celebrate Easter in Birmingham this year, Prime Pass Events' quirky online chocolate-making class is showing you how to craft the ultimate truffles. The team will be sending you the gear in advance, so all you have to do is log on and follow along.
Use that bank holiday time wisely and get out and about on some to some of these excellent walking spots. From treks around local parks to inner-city art tours, these pretty strolls make for some of the best Easter weekend activities in Birmingham.
Treat yourself and your housemates to something special with one of these cool Birmingham restaurant meal kits. Whether you're keeping Easter lowkey and casual, or celebrating the last weeks of lockdown in style, these city eateries have something for every occasion.
Treating yourself? Run out of food? Went too hard on Good Friday and in need of some hangover-curing grub? Whatever your reason for ordering in, Birmingham is packed full of restaurants now offering delivery and takeaway on their delicious menus.
Throwing a little Easter lunch do at yours? Don't just settle for cornershop tinnies, get fancy cans and quirky cocktails delivered to yours courtesy of these great Birmingham booze deliveries. Alongside getting he goods sent straight to your gaff, you'll be supporting local businesses too.