By Julia Roy
EASTER EGG HUNTS, QUESTS & TRAILS
All until the 16th of April 2023.
At The World of Peter Rabbit™ Storytime Trail at the Beaney House of Art & Knowledge in Canterbury hop into this walkthrough experience, where visitors will be able to immerse themselves in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Little bunnies will be able to crawl under the garden gate, hide in a watering can, and see their reflection in a mirror pool, just like Peter Rabbit.
See if you can find the Easter pictures the sneaky bunny has hidden around the museum for the Easter Egg Hunt Trail at the RAF Manston History Museum in Ramsgate.
What’s Hatching At The Dockyard take a deep breath and delve into the darkest depths of the oceans this Easter, where mythical sea creatures have laid dozens of mysterious eggs. From the sea serpent to the ziphius your task is to find their nests and learn of their legends before claiming your collectible creature card. Only the bravest explorers will enter the Kraken’s Lair. On arrival, you will be provided with a souvenir map to help guide you on your journey into the deep sea. At Historic Dockyard Chatham.
Easter at Leeds Castle has plenty of fun and activities for the holidays including the Easter Quest where little ones can crack the clues to find their favourite treat, though they mustn’t forget to count the hidden golden eggs along the way. In Maidstone.
At the Easter Adventure Quest at Walmer & Dover Castles hunt for clues and challenges and discover traditional Easter games like egg rolling and the egg and spoon race. Track down the Easter eggs and you’ll be rewarded with an adventurer’s certificate and a tasty chocolate treat.
At the Easter Egg Hunt at Sissinghurst Castle Garden take the rail route, challenge yourself to complete scavenger hunts, win at the lawn games, and have a more hands-on approach to learning in their nature-themed interactive activities.
At this Easter Egg Trail put on your bunny ears and hop on down to the National Trust’s Smallhythe Place this Easter with their theatrical-themed trail.
The Spring Trail at Trosley Country Park in Gravesend, discover Springtime and the woods when you hop along for this fun hunt.
You can also pick up the Spring Trail at Lullingstone Country Park in Sevenoaks and explore the woods and park, following the self-led activity seasonal-themed trail. All completed trails will receive a small prize. You can pre-book online or purchase one on the day.
Until the 16th of April too, spot all the creatures as you work your way around the ten points in the garden at The Great Scotney Easter Egg-stravaganza at Scotney Castle in Tunbridge Wells. At this National Trust site, you can also have a go with the fun fishing game, then test your skill and luck with Hoppyscotch, Snakes and Adders, Newts and Crosses, and lots more family adventures.
At Betteshanger Park in Deal take them to the Easter Egg Trail to find hidden gems to claim chocolatey rewards around the beautiful park, follow the carrots, and meet the very special guest rabbit who will hop along to meet everyone.
In Tonbridge, the Easter Rabbit Garden Trail the seasonal bunny has paid a visit, as he does as part of his holidays every year, can you spot where he took his holiday photos? Armed with his photo album, hop through the Gardens this Easter and try to recreate his photos collecting clues to the riddles as you go. At Penshurst Place And Gardens.
Go on an Easter quest and egg-cellent craft egg decorating workshop during the Easter Family Fun at Hever Castle in Sevenoaks. There’s also the Woodland Walk, challenge yourself in the Yew Maze and see how long it takes you to find the way out or just have fun in the acres of gardens and outdoor space.
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