This is a sponsored article on behalf of Tottenham Hotspur.
Easter's coming... which means you'll be needing things to do to keep your children busy in the school holidays. A football stadium on a non-match day may not be an obvious idea, but there's plenty going on at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium this Easter for all ages.
Music, games, films, tours, chocolate, and of course football all feature in Easter at Spurs, a packed programme of events taking place 2-18 April.
Family film screenings
Head down there on selected midweek mornings to watch a family film in the state-of-the-art auditorium. It's a chance to visit part of the stadium usually used for press briefings and the like. Sing, A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, and Zootropolis are your film options — pick your favourite, or catch all three, as they're each shown on different days.
It's not your usual cinema experience though. Kick off the day with breakfast at The M Café (home to the media on match days) which serves a special Easter menu, and follow your film screening with a Stadium Tour and Easter egg hunt.
Go behind the scenes at parts of the Spurs stadium which are usually off-limits to the public, including areas used by the First Team, as well as NFL locker rooms. You'll be given a multimedia device to clue you in on all the juicy trivia as you undertake the self-guided tour.
For an extra Easter twist on the Stadium Tour, kids can collect a Spurs Easter passport, and look out for pictures of players as they explore — they'll receive a chocolate treat if they track down all eight. There are also games and quiz questions along the way to keep little minds occupied, whether they're huge football fans, or have never seen a single match.
The Dare Skywalk
Got older kids or teenagers with you? We all know they're not easy to impress, so why not take on The Dare Skywalk as a family? Anyone age 8+ and taller than 1.2m can venture out onto the roof, and onto a glass walkway 46.8m above the pitch. You get a cracking view of the London skyline up here too and there's live music on the Skywalk every day from 3.30pm, included in the cost of your Skywalk ticket. Ideal for enjoying the spring sunshine!
Throw in magicians, guest appearances from Spurs mascots Lily and Chirpy, face painting and football freestyling elsewhere in the stadium for the kids to enjoy (plus the Heineken rooftop bar is open for the grown-ups) and you've got yourself a home win of a family day out, just half an hour from King's Cross station or Liverpool Street station.
Easter at Spurs takes place 2-18 April 2022. Find out more about these events and book your place.