Ten things to do in Nottinghamshire to entertain the kids over the holidays

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If you’re stuck for stuff for the children to do while the children are off school, here are some suggestions.

Creswell Craggs, Worksop: There will be an Easter Egg Hunt - everyday of the school holidays, £1 per child. Have a go at finding all the Easter Eggs hidden around the Creswell Crags gorge and see if you can complete all of the puzzles along the way! Prize available for every child that takes part. Easter Crafts - 6th and 7th April, 13th and 14th April. 11-3pm each day. £2 per child. More information at http://www.creswell-crags.org.uk/

Go Ape, Sherwood Pines: Tree Top Adventure, Tree Top Junior and a Segway Adventure in Nottinghamshire. There is also a treetop junior for kids. More information and booking at goape.co.uk​

Laser Labyrinth, Worksop: If you love laser tag then you will love this place which also takes bookings for laser tag parties. For prices log onto http://laserlabyrinth.co.uk/

Captain Jack’s Adventure, Retford: Family fun at Retford’s indoor soft play centre. Open seven days a week it provides a safe fun environment where children can play and parent’s/carers can relax in comfort. It also has a separate baby, toddler and junior soft play area to provide a safe exciting play experience for under 13s. More information at http://www.captainjacksadventure.co.uk/

Kidquadz, Retford: ‘For smiles, giggles and muddy faces.We provide children’s quad bike parties, junior quad bike rambles and family sessions.’ Find out more at www.kidzquadz.co.u​k

The National Videogame Arcade, Nottingham: Explore three floors of playable exhibitions about videogames. You can meet your friends here and play your own games. You can learn new skills, hear a talk and meet renowned gaming experts. More information at http://gamecity.org/

Mr Mulligan’s Pirate Golf, Nottingham: An 18-hole golf course for kids at Ramsdale Park Golf Centre. More information at http://mrmulligan.com/

Jango’s Indoor Play Centre, Mansfield: The award winning play centre will have Easter party days. Visit http://www.jangosplay.co.uk/ for more information.

The Kurburgring Indoor Karting, Nottingham: For a unique racing experience visit this indoor go karting track, just a short drive from Nottingham, two miles from Junction 28 of the M1 motorway, on the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire border. Book online at http://www.kurburgring.co.uk/