The FIFA World Football Museum will of course be open over Easter, with a host of fun activities and one or two surprises in store for families, in addition to the permanent exhibition and interactive stations.

On Easter Sunday, our younger visitors will be able to go on a hunt for 15 nests hidden around the museum that contain small chocolate balls and other tasty treats along with free tickets for the exhibition and gifts from our shop. We're looking forward to seeing young and old alike working out how to find the ingeniously placed nests.

For anyone with an artistic bent, there will also be egg painting in the "Fields of Play" section of the Lab on Good Friday and Easter Saturday between 11:00 and 13:00 as well as on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday between 13:00 and 15:00. Who will produce the best decorated football Easter egg?

Our Kids Trail booklet is available for free in English, German, French and Spanish | ©FIFA Museum
And while we're at it: an Easter visit is also a perfect opportunity for families to go on our Kids' Trail. On entering the museum, every child receives a free booklet with various questions and tasks to be tackled via the exhibits that they encounter on their journey down football's memory lane, turning the visit into a fun learning experience. Kids who return the sheets with all the correct answers at the end of their visit will win one of our FIFA World Football Museum soft balls.

Easter opening hours:

14 April, Good Friday

15 April, Easter Saturday

16 April, Easter Sunday

17 April, Easter Monday