Children across the county have been making the most of the school holidays with Easter chocolate hunts, eggcellent arts and crafts and farm fun this week.

With Easter Sunday just a week away, the county’s favourite attractions and museums have been offering themed activities to keep the kids entertained throughout the holidays.

The Chiltern Open Air Museum in Chalfont St Giles took a step back in time and offered excitable children the chance to take part in a scavenger hunt as well as make paper plate birds, art straw buildings and have a go at wall building.

Meanwhile in Marlow, kids aged between four and 12 enjoyed an Easter holiday camp at the Redgrave Sports Centre. Organised by Get Active Sports, the energetic children took part in ball games inside and out before relaxing with arts and crafts.

Popular attraction, Odds Farm Park in Wooburn Common, invited youngsters to get close to their farm animals and feed the hungry resident goats and sheep.

After introducing themselves to the animals, they enjoyed tractor rides and the all-important Easter egg hunt.

Elsewhere, it was an Easter eggstravaganza at Wycombe Museum as families searched the Priory Avenue museum and garden for hidden eggs before following the clues to a chocolate prize.

Over at Hughenden Manor, youngsters reached new heights with the Great Big Tree Climbing Company as instructors taught people of all ages how to enter a tree's canopy using ropes, knots and karabiners.

Down on the ground, the Cadbury bunny had hidden all the giant Easter eggs, with intrepid explorers searching high and low to find them before winning a special chocolate prize.