Easter at Burton Constable

Family Event
Sat 6th April 2019 to Mon 22nd April 2019

There is so much for visitors to see and do at Burton Constable Hall & Grounds during the Easter holidays. Its the perfect day out for families of all ages!

Easter Bunny Trail: 6th to 22nd April from 10am - 4pm

Search for the Easter Bunnies in the grounds around the Hall and in the Stables to find all the letters to spell the hidden words. Complete the trail and receive an Easter treat.

Easter Egg Trail, Burton Constable Hall: 6th to 22nd April from 12pm to 4pm

Search upstairs and downstairs to find the beautifully decorated eggs hidden in the many rooms of the Hall. If you find them all you will receive an Easter treat!

Easter Petting Farm, Stable Block: 13th to 22nd April from 10am - 4pm

Our Easter Petting Farm offers visitors of all ages a unique opportunity to get close to lots of cute Spring time animals. Discover cute chicks, fluffy Easter bunnies and cuddly Lambs in our Easter Baby Barn during the school holidays. You may even get the chance to feed the lambs too!

*Please note: Due to the expected high volume of visitors we can't guarantee that every child will be able to pet or feed the animals. Numbers are limited at feeding sessions due to the health and welfare of the animals and will only be available on a first-come-first-served basis*

Children's Easter Hat Competition: 19th to 22nd April

Daily at 3pm in the 2nd Stables Courtyard - Enter the Easter Hat Competition to win a bag of Easter goodies! So start designing and creating your Easter headgear now!

Family Storytelling: 19th to 22nd April, 11am and 1.00pm - Carriage House

Event Charges

Normal admission apply for the Hall & Grounds. See here

13th - 22nd April - under 2's Free, 3-18 years £2 each

Contact Information:

Joy Swift: Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163

E: joyswift@burtonconstable.com

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