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Spring has Hatched at Eden Shopping Centre

Eden Shopping Centre in High Wycombe has lots of egg-citing Easter activities taking place for the whole family this April, including their much-loved kids workshops, History of Video Games and an eggs-travagant selfie spot.

Little ones will hop, skip and jump for joy this Easter as they enjoy getting hands-on with Eden’s FREE craft workshops from 18th-24th April. Activities will include chick cupcake decorating; eco-friendly bunny boxes; hanging butterflies; craft spring wreaths; sustainable seed sewing; borrowing bunnies and fairy doors. Watch their creativity shine as they bring these spring creations to life.

For kids and adults alike, History of Video Games is open daily this Easter from 8th-24th April (Closed Easter Sunday). Come along to this immersive video game experience to have fun playing arcade classics like Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Street Fighter 2; battle it out with the console mascot wars of Sonic and Mario, or revel in the more modern phenomena’s that are Marvel and Pokemon. Tickets must be pre-booked to attend History of Video Games. Once you’re inside, everything is free and no coins are required!

Whilst visiting Eden this April, be sure to stop off at their incr-egg-ible hatched egg installation located outside House of Fraser – The perfect place for a springtime selfie!

Everyone knows that Easter is a time for indulging, so why not pay a visit to one of Eden’s eateries such as Bill’s, Nando’s, Pizza Express or Zizzi for a delicious family feast. Or for something sweet for the little ones, you can’t go wrong with a Krispy Kreme doughnut or a cake slice from Patisserie Valerie!

If you’re looking for something to make Easter even more eggs-travagant this year, head to Cineworld to watch the latest blockbusters including Sonic The Hedgehog 2. If bowling’s more your thing, why not challenge friends or family to a game at Hollywood Bowl. Whichever activity takes your fancy, Eden really is the place to be this April!

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