Don't miss these fantastic free events for the entire family to enjoy at Chantry Place over the Easter holidays and beyond.

Read on to discover the top three activities at the Norwich shopping centre this Spring! 

Eastern Daily Press: Make sure you chick out the Easter Trail at Chantry PlaceMake sure you chick out the Easter Trail at Chantry Place (Image: Chantry Place)

Chick It Out Easter Trail

From now until Sunday, April 16, visitors can enjoy a free self-led trail around Chantry Place and be in with a chance of winning a prize worth more than £150!

Pick up a trail map from The Works, hunt all 11 chicks that are hidden in retailer windows, collect the letters found on the chicks and unscramble them to figure out the Easter-themed words. To enter the competition, simply scan the QR code on the trail map and enter the words.

If you need a mid-trail pit stop or are looking for some tasty treats before or after doing the trail, Chantry Place is home to many fantastic cafes and restaurants including Wagamama, GBK, YO! Sushi, Costa, Bellyboos and BBs.

For full details on the trail, please click here.

Eastern Daily Press: Find out more about the RSPB and collect your Sunflower Race Pack at Chantry PlaceFind out more about the RSPB and collect your Sunflower Race Pack at Chantry Place (Image: RSPB)

Visit the RSPB

On Tuesday, April 4, Friday, April 7, Saturday, April 8 and Thursday, April 13, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) will be visiting Chantry Place to educate visitors on what it does, plus share some exciting challenges and activities.

Visitors can find a nature pod that will be outside House of Fraser on the lower ground floor to learn some amazing nature facts and discover more about the RSPB. The charity will also be handing out free Sunflower Race Packs (subject to availability) for people to take part in their very own Sunflower Race at home! Will yours be the tallest?

For more information on the RSPB and what it will be doing at Chantry Place, please click here

Coronation events

The Coronation of King Charles III is on Saturday, May 6, and to celebrate the special occasion, Chantry Place will transform into Chantry Palace.

From Saturday, April 22 to Monday, May 9, visitors will be able to sit on the throne for a royal photo opportunity. There will also be five fantastically decorated crowns on display at Chantry Place that have been decorated by students from The Free School Norwich, Magdalen Gates Primary School, The Hamlet Centre, Lionwood Infant and Nursery School and Fairhaven Primary School.

For more information, please visit