Entertaining the little ones over the two-week Easter holidays can be tricky and costly.

West Midlands Railway has compiled an ultimate guide to budget-friendly attractions across the West Midlands under their two-for-one deal on attractions.

Those travelling by rail will be able to grab a free ticket to one of their chosen attractions.

Below are the top budget-friendly attractions listed within the two-for-one deal:

Visit the home of Cadbury

Nothing says Easter quite like a chocolate-inspired adventure at Cadbury World.

This Easter, visitors get access to the Easter Stage Show as part of their entry ticket.

From Apri 1 to 6, visitors can join Mr Cadbury’s Parrot on his swashbuckling adventure to find the golden egg in his brand-new live show. 

Worcester News: Egg-citing activities await at Cadbury World this Easter

Discover a world of LEGO

Located alongside Birmingham's beautiful canal network, the ultimate indoor LEGO playground has everything you need for a fun family adventure.

Inside, there are eight attractions and two rides to explore, as well as creative workshops, a café, and a soft play area to help little ones burn off some steam.

Experience jaw-dropping history at Warwick Castle

For the Easter holidays, daring little dragons can join Zog on his Quest for the Golden Star.

There will be five interactive activities to take part in, and kids can learn all the skills they need to become a fully-fledged fire breather.

At the end of the experience, Zog himself will be available for a meet-and-greet. 

Worcester News: Warwick Castle - a popular Midlands visitor attraction

Join Bear Grylls on an adventure

The Bear Grylls Adventure offers everything you need for an adrenaline-fuelled day of fun with the family.

Almost all activities, including snorkelling, archery, and the assault course, are suitable for children aged eight and over.

Get closer to nature at the Sea Life Centre

Nestled in Birmingham’s city centre, The National Sea Life Centre is an oasis in the heart of the city with an exciting array of creatures to discover.

Children will have the chance to meet the UK’s first sea otters, Ozzy and Ola.

As well as experiencing the UK’s only 360° Ocean Tunnel, where you can cast your eyes at sharks, a giant turtle, rays and hundreds of tropical fish.