National Trust – The Perfect Easter Egg Hunt

I’ve had quite a few emails over the past week asking for advice on where to go for Easter egg hunts.

In my experience you can’t beat one of the National Trust homes or gardens.  We have been to both Chartwell House in Westerham and Morden Hall in Morden.  Both of which come highly recommended.





Your start the trail by going to collect your map from the start position which is put on by Cadburys.  You then get the chance to trail the beautiful grounds searching for clues to complete your quiz.





We always find that they are really well run and it never feels to busy so there is plenty of space to for the kids to run around looking for clues without the fear of them getting lost in the crowds.    We have never paid more than £5 and last year for this we got our trail maps, a cute hat to wear and a yummy Cadburys chocolate egg to collect when you have completed your trail.  They also put on a variety of activites for the children to take part in such as ball games, crafts and hook the duck.

We are hoping to try out Box Hill in Tadworth this year as you can try your hand at egg rolling.





What have you all got planned for this years Easter break?  We have been predicted a scorcher!

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