Many parents will be worrying about how they can keep their children entertained for two weeks this Easter and without breaking the bank.
Here, Which? reveals a host of free or cheap fun cheap activities that families on a tight budget can enjoy over the holiday period.
Many cities have urban farms which include free entry.
Alternatively, Pets At Home stores are offering free workshops across the country aimed at teaching kids aged between 5 and 11 how to keep pets happy.
Alternatively, the Dalkeith Country Park near Edinburgh is hosting a showing of Toy Story on Easter Saturday, which is free for children and is staging various events including a craft workshop where children can make their own monster.
One such event is the open-air reenactment of performed by the Wintershall Plays in Trafalgar Square, London, on Good Friday between noon and 3pm featuring volunteers and real-life donkeys and horses.
It will also be staged in Guildford town centre on Easter Sunday.
The same venue is holding a Mad Hatter's tea party with Alice in Wonderland characters, games and 'eat me, drink me' treats.
Bangor's Big Easter from 20 April to 22 April will include free events such as boat tours, children's workshops and puppet shows.
English Heritage Quest are Easter adventure quests, where children can search for hidden 'dragon eggs', at its historic locations across Britain including Battle Abbey in Sussex, the site of the Battle of Hastings 1066.
Easter egg hunts are being staged at various venues throughout April including:
Your local museum or gallery could have some exciting events over Easter, some of which will be free.
Head to Trentham Gardens in Staffordshire for the Spring Bulb Festival where more than 50,000 extra bulbs and 500 extra ports have been planted to create floral displays.
Heritage Railways across the country are staging special journeys for Easter, including on the Ravenglass and Eskdale railway in Cumbria where all children with a teddy bear can travel free.
If you fancied a big adventure on the traditional railway line, a railcard can help you cut the cost of train travel.
The Family and Friends option offers a third off for up to four adults, and 60% off for up to four children aged 5-15.
And the card offers big savings on days out and fun things to do, like saving up to 60% on theatre tickets.
In April kids can eat free when they show a Wonder Park cinema ticket or confirmation booking.
Giraffe lets kids eat free with every main adult meal purchased, is currently offering 25% off food until April 18 but not including Fridays and Saturdays, while is offering the chance for kids to eat for
Keep Britain Tidy, a charity working to reduce litter, is staging its annual spring clean events encouraging people to take part in community litter-picking and recycling.
More than 374,000 people volunteered at 13,500 events last year and the target this year is to get half a million people cleaning up.