Easter Holiday Suggestions
It’s Easter this weekend, and we're looking forward to having an absolutely crackin’ (or should we say QUACKIN’) time with our feathered family. There is lots of Easter Egg hunting and fun to be had, all over the place. We thought we would put together our top five recommendations of where you could visit this bank holiday (including some with duck ponds of course). If you're thinking about having a quiet one, or just relaxing - then have a look at these for future reference instead!
Whatever you get up to this Easter, have a lovely time.
Castle Ward, County Down.
A National Trust property, Castle Ward in County Down is absolutely stunning! This mansion stands amongst parkland looking over Strangford Lough. The working estate once included a water-powered sawmill, cornmill and farmyard.
There are lots of trails and beauty spots around the ground, including Temple Water which is a manmade canal (we wonder if you will spot any of our duck friends?!). This Easter you can take part in Easter crafts and puppetry, as well as learning how your chocolate egg is made at the chocolate forest barn.
Scarborough Castle, North Yorkshire
Going on an Egg hunt, going to find a big chocolate-y one! Head over to Scarborough Castle for a cracking Easter egg hunt.
Explore the castle and grounds to hunt for clues and challenges, and discover traditional Easter games like egg rolling and the egg and spoon race!
Dyffryn Gardens, Cardiff
Another National Trust property in the Easter spirit, is Dyffryn Gardens. The peaceful oasis on the outskirts of Cardiff host a number of different styles inspired by countries from all over the world! You can take part in their Easter trail for just £3.
Before you set off, you'll receive a trail sheet and pencil to help you with your adventure and Easter bunny ears to wear along the way as well as a chocolate egg – delicious, right?!
Kew Gardens Wakehurst, Sussex
Wriggle on down to Kew Gardens for some wormy fun this Easter! Join Superworm for a new adventure with all the heroes from the best-selling book, on a journey through the plant and animal kingdoms.
You can also explore the seasonal plants in the Gardens, and the ponds of course! Let us know if you see any Ducks.
We'd recommend checking with the venues directly for up to date prices, directions and opening times. DCUK does not endorse any of these experiences, as they are only listed here as examples for inspiration, entertainment and reference.