With the Easter break coming up soon, we are in hand to make sure you and your family can make the most of what Edinburgh has to offer. Trams run from every seven minutes between Edinburgh Airport and Newhaven, and with our host of flexible, inexpensive ticket options, you can ‘relax and glide’ while visiting some of our top partners listed below. All tickets purchased from edinburghticket.com (including our popular ‘Family Day Tripper’ deal) also give you money-saving discounts from most of these attractions and restaurants, so that you don’t miss out on any of the fun during this eagerly-awaited bank holiday weekend!

Breakfast With The Bunny

Sat, March 30

Hard Rock Café Edinburgh

20 George St, Edinburgh, EH2 2PF

Closest tram stop: St Andrew Square


There is always something exciting happening at Hard Rock Café Edinburgh. For this year’s Easter break, they invite you to indulge in a scrumptious breakfast featuring all your favourites from their menu: fluffy pancakes, sizzling bacon, eggs cooked to perfection, and much more!


And the excitement doesn’t end there – the Easter Bunny will be hopping by to spread joy and cheer!


Bring the whole family for a morning of delicious food, fun, and festive surprises. Don’t miss out on this egg-citing event.


Complimentary Hot Fudge Sundae and 10% off in the Rock Shop

Easter Fun

Fri, March 29; Sat, April 13

Camera Obscura & World of Illusions

549 Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH12ND

Closest tram stop: Princes Street


Hop along this Easter with the whole family and enjoy a fun-packed visit at Camera Obscura & World of Illusions.


Open 8 am – 10 pm every day of the Easter holidays, if you’re an early bunny get 20% off tickets for entry before 9 am when booked in advance online.


From 29 March – 13 April families can enjoy an Easter trail around the five floors of the attraction. Five colourful bunny rabbits are hiding amongst their 100 interactive exhibits! Keep alert as you make your way around the attraction to help the Easter Bunny find all his friends. Then bounce down to the gift shop for an eggcellent sweet treat as a reward.


And that’s not all!


Themed decorations and seasonal projections are hatching out everywhere. Make sure to stop by their Giant Kaleidosphere and make chick-tastic pictures at the Colour Shadow Wall.


Their team of guides have a spring in their step and are available throughout your visit, sharing information and helping you with anything you might need. You would be hopping-mad to miss out!


10% off Gift Shop

Easter Holidays

The Royal Yacht Britannia

Ocean Dr, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6JJ

Closest tram stop: Ocean Terminal


Britannia was the first, and indeed the last, truly global Royal Yacht. Wherever the Yacht went, a little bit of Britain went too. As well as her formal role as the monarch’s floating palace and British Ambassador, Britannia allowed the Royal Family some rare privacy away from their public duties and was famously described by Queen Elizabeth II as “the one place I can truly relax”.


Explore all five decks this Easter holiday. Their free audio guide, with a children’s version available, is perfect for keeping all the family entertained. Remember to spot the corgis in their Cuddly Corgi Treasure Hunt! Hop along to the Royal Deck Tearoom during your visit for a treat of cakes, scones, soups and sandwiches, all made on board.