Archery, adventure and artisans at Sherwood this Easter weekend

Easter Weekend at Sherwood Forest is looking very egg-citing with a mix of archery, adventure and artisans.

From Good Friday until Easter Sunday (29th-31st March), there’ll be three days of Pay and Play Archery with The Sherwood Outlaws down by the Major Oak.

It’s just £3 for five arrows, but with that you get expert one-to-one tuition from Robin and his outlaw band!

Already up and running for the Easter holidays is Sherwood’s family Fairytale Trail.

Pick up a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre (open every day from 10am) for £3.50 and find the ten mystical locations out in the forest, each linked to a wondrous creature from our magical traditions of storytelling.

Come dressed up in an Easter outfit to set out upon your adventure among the ancient oak trees of Robin Hood’s forest, with a reward awaiting on your return.

On Easter Sunday (31st March) there is the Artisans of Sherwood Craft Fair, with crafters and makers from across the region here to showcase a range of unusual and unique gifts, ranging from fine art to wood and leatherwork and even presents for pets, with so much more besides.

It all starts at 10am and entry is free (parking charges apply).

For full details and to book, visit our Events page