There's plenty to do for all the family this Easter break. Here's a selection of our top five Easter events taking place over the school holidays.
Throughout the Easter school break, the farm is alive with the cheeps and bleats of baby animals, who will be introduced to you at handling and encounter sessions.
Grab your clue sheet, sharpen your pencil, and tear around the farm collecting clues on the springtime trail.
Almond Valley Heritage Centre is located in Livingston Village, a short distance from the M8 motorway and easily connected by public transport.
Sat 30 Mar - Mon 22 Apr
Can you find all the clues to complete the challenge?
Join the Historic Environment Scotland team for a fun "Easter eggsploration" at Linlithgow Palace.
The event is included in the normal admission price for the Palace. Why not make a day of it and combine a visit to one of the other attractions within Linlithgow, such as the Canal Centre?
Linlithgow Canal Centre is a few minutes walk away from the High Street in Linlithgow. Easily accessible by car using the M9 motorway, or regular public transport to Edinburgh, Glasgow and further afield.
Friday 19 April -Monday 22 April During normal opening hours
Join the Kids Gone Wild crew in Bellsquarry Woods for a fun Easter themed trail with woodland activities and tasks to complete along the way.
Fancy dress is very much encouraged!
Saturday 20 April 10:00 - 15:00
Join The Bridge 19-40 Union Canal Society this Easter for a very special Easter Bunny Boat Trip!
Fun and refreshments for everyone and a chocolate egg for the children.
Climb aboard our narrowboat Bluebell and put on your bunny ears or your Easter bonnets!
Broxburn is located in the East of West Lothian, easily accessible by car or frequent public transport links from within the county or Edinburgh.
Saturday 20 April 10.30 15.30
The new Linlithgow Museum will open on Friday 19th April within the Partnership Centre.
After its relocation from Annet House, be one of the first to visit and learn some more about the history of Linlithgow and the wider area.