Head off into nature and onto an Easter egg hunt at National Trust properties - The Solihull Observer

Head off into nature and onto an Easter egg hunt at National Trust properties

Solihull Editorial 14th Apr, 2022   0

EASTER egg trails at National Trust properties will be in full swing this weekend.

Families can spot the signs of spring with daffodils, tulips and lambs in the fields as they make their way around Baddesley Clinton, Packwood House and Charlecote Park over the Easter holidays.

Once they complete their trails, adventurers can collect a Rainforest Alliance chocolate egg, made in the UK using cocoa that’s responsibly sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms.

Many of the National Trust properties are piloting a booking system to help manage visitor numbers over the holiday period.

Spokeswoman Rebecca Farr said: “Easter is a really popular time for families to visit our places it’s a great family day out but some spaces can become busy very quickly.

“We know this can affect your visit and it also has an impact on our conservation efforts both inside and outdoors.

“Booking systems will help ease those busy peak times, so you can enjoy a more peaceful Easter visit.”

The Easter trail will be at Baddesley Clinton and Packwwod House from April 15 to 22 and at Charlecote Park until April 18.

The cost is £3 each on top of normal admission charges.

To book click here.


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