Spring has sprung in Rutland, and with it comes a vibrant calendar of events bursting with something for everyone! With the weather getting warmer many of Rutland’s attractions are launching and there is plenty to do whether it is a lone adventure or out and about with the family.

With Easter just around the corner, Rutland gears up for a festive celebration filled with joy, community spirit, and exciting activities for all ages. Whether you’re a local resident or visiting our charming county for the holiday, there’s no shortage of egg-citing adventures awaiting you. From egg hunts to scenic strolls, here are seven enchanting activities to help you discover what’s on in Rutland this Easter:

Rutland is peppered with no less than 54 picturesque villages, each with its own distinctive character and many of them boasting a fantastic village pub. It would be impossible to do all our villages justice in just one article, so keep looking out for another instalment on here or in our visitor guides. Better still, come to Rutland and explore them for yourself!

Here we take a closer look at local forest remnants, Braunston-in-Rutland, Brooke, Ridlington, Lyddington and Stoke Dry.

As the February half-term break approaches [between 10-25 Feb depending on schools], families in and around Rutland are presented with a fantastic opportunity to explore the scenic beauty and vibrant activities that this picturesque county has to offer. From outdoor adventures to cosy indoor experiences, Rutland provides the perfect backdrop for creating cherished family memories. Let’s delve into some delightful activities to make the most of your family time during this final winter break.

The first sign of spring, the arrival of snowdrops provides the perfect excuse to make plans to get outside this February, take beautiful photographs and explore nature with friends, family and your four legged friends!

Rutland’s pretty villages, abundant heritage and dreamy countryside vistas make it a beautiful place to visit for romantic weekends, getaways with friends and more. For those who love to hike, this is a part of the world that welcomes you with open arms, returning to superb food and drink and enchanting hospitality at the end of the day. Bringing all that charm together are the area’s hotels and inns. Here, the Good Hotel Guide shares the top hotels in Rutland to visit in 2024.

Discover Rutland Food and Drink map

Rutland produces some of the very best of British food and drink! A county proud of it’s farming heritage and keen to share the feast of local produce available, Discover Rutland has created a new illustrative map with 2 cycle trails to explore. Not only bursting with amazing food producers, shops and eateries, a variety of beverages also comes pouring out of this small county, living up to the county motto ‘Multum in Parvo’ meaning ‘Much in Little’.

As the cool embrace of autumn sets in, the quaint county of Rutland in the heart of England transforms into a picturesque paradise. With its rolling hills, tranquil waters, and charming villages, Rutland is the perfect place to experience the magic of the season. One of the best ways to immerse yourself in the beauty of autumn is by taking leisurely walks through the county’s stunning landscapes. In this blog, we’ll highlight some of the most enchanting routes for autumn walks in Rutland.