Children returned to Gulliver's Kingdom in Matlock Bath while on their Easter break, as the theme park reopened on Monday.

Easter break: How families across Derbyshire have enjoyed visiting reopened attractions this week

Children on their Easter holidays across Derbyshire, have supported local hospitality businesses, stately homes and theme parks as they welcome back customers outside as lockdown rules ease.

Friday, 16th April 2021, 11:04 am

Families were able to take their children out to explore some of the region’s most historic grounds and their best attractions this week, to keep them entertained while on their Easter break from school.

It comes as pubs, restaurants, non-essential retail, hairdressers, zoos, libraries and community centres were given the green light to open up again after the third lockdown on April 12.

With warm, spring weather set to last over this weekend according to reports from BBC Weather, find out the spots that have been popular with children and families in Derbyshire on the week of the first stage of reopening by reading the list below.

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