Family Event
Sat 24th March 2018 to Sun 8th April 2018
Easter Petting Farm

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 throughout the school holidays. You may even get chance to feed the lambs too!

Visitors will also have the opportunity to explore the grounds with our fabulous New Wildlife Sculpture Trail and the Easter Bunny Trail is ideal for those little legs that don't want to travel so far! Pick up your trail sheets from the ticket desk when you arrive.

Other Fun Easter activities:

Children's Easter Hat Competition (30 Mar - 2 April) 2nd Stables Courtyard at 2pm: Everyone who enters will have the chance to win a large chocolate egg, so start designing and get creating your Easter headgear now!

Family Story Telling: 30 March - Monday 2 April, 11.30am and 1pm in the Brewhouse.

Hall Easter Egg Trail: 24 March - 8 April daily 12pm - 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!

Adults: Normal admission charges apply

Children 5 -18: £1 + Normal admission charge

Under 5's - £1

Under 2's - Free

Click here for all admission charges

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

 

Contact Information:

Joy Swift

Visitor Services Manager

E: joyswift@burtonconstable.com

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