The kids can spend Easter hunting for chocolate and learn to make pasta these school holidays
Tramsheds is putting a twist on the classic Easter Egg hunt this year. Kids or family teams will search for pink ceramic bunnies with special tokens in their bellies that’ll win them a mysterious (but supposedly delicious) Easter prize. There’s no excuse to miss this one, with a new hunt starting every 15 minutes from 9am-5pm on Saturday 31.
And they’re keeping the kids busy throughout the school holidays too, with four kids pasta-making workshops running in April. Chef Eugenio Maiale will teach the little ones how to make pasta from scratch and some essential kitchen etiquette. A take-home pack of fresh pasta sweetens the deal.