Posted on April 19, 2019
It looks like the Cotswolds is going to be blessed with gorgeous weather this Easter and what better way to celebrate this festive weekend than with an egg hunt in a truly fabulous setting. Check out these wonderful destinations and what they have on offer for Easter.
Join in the Easter Eggstravaganza at Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park with an egg hunt around the Farm Park with a prize for every child. A superb outing for the little ones with plenty of activities to keep them entertained with craft activities, a puppet show, stroking bunnies, holding chicks and with it being lambing season seeing new arrivals daily.
Located on the edge of the gorgeous Cotswold village of Winchcombe, Sudley Castle and Gardens is well worth a visit and with the sun shining and the blossom in bloom the gardens are exceptionally beautiful. The Easter egg trail is on until Monday 22nd April and promises lots of excitement for the little ones with Easter crafts, chocolate rewards and the discovery of five giant Easter eggs in the sumptuous gardens.
Pic credit: Sudley Castle
A wonderful garden adventure is taking place at Painswick Rococo Garden this Easter. Young ones are given the opportunity to become detectives and hunt for the Easter egg thief which has been stealing Easter eggs from well-loved woodland characters. This brand-new, fun trail has been created by local children’s author and illustrator Hannah Shaw. A superb time to be had for all the family! Dogs on leads are very welcome to join in the fun too! Enjoy a delicious coffee and cake at the cafe after exploring the garden.
Pic credit: Painswick Rococo Garden
Batsford Arboretum provides healthy outdoor fun for all ages with wonderful pathways through the trees, a superb cafe on site alongside the well-stock garden shop and a play ground for the children. The Bunny Hunt is on until Monday 22nd April and offers a super day out in the sunshine.
Pic credit: Batsford Arboretunm
The Easter eggs hunt is on at Chedworth Roman villa where you can follow the trail around the site to claim your chocolate prize. Children can enjoy lots of fun Easter activities and make their own Easter badge, dress up in Roman costumes, play with traditional Roman toys and learn all about the history of one of the grandest Roman villa's in Britain.
Pic credit: Chedworth Roman Villa