National Trust Easter Egg Hunts In East Anglia

Only one week left at school, which means it must nearly be time for Easter (and half the family’s birthdays) and with restrictions starting to ease (only slightly) you may be wondering what you can do with the children during the holidays.

The National Trust has some amazing properties and outdoor spaces to explore, and they are currently getting ready for their Easter Egg Hunts.

They will be taking place from 29th March and over the Easter bank holiday weekend for people to enjoy in their local area. To keep in line with government guidance, please stay local and support your nearest Easter egg hunt.

You don’t need to book your Easter trails, but you will need to book your Easter visit. To manage visitor numbers so that social distancing can be ensured for the safety of the staff, volunteers and visitors, the pre-booking system still applies.

There are quite a few in the East Anglia for you to choose from, although i’m guessing the Easter bank holiday will be popular this year, so booking your visit is recommended to guarantee entry. Please also note that the Easter trails will last for as long as stocks last, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Easter Egg Hunts in Essex

Bourne Mill

Address: Bourne Road, Colchester, Essex, CO2 8RT
Daily, 2 – 5 and 9 and 10 April, 10am – 2.30pm (whilst stocks last). Trail packs are £3 each.
You can find out more about Bourne Mill Easter Egg hunt HERE

Easter Egg Hunts in Norfolk

Blickling Estate

Address: Blickling Estate, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6NF

From 29 March 2021 | 10am – 4pm (last trail 3pm)

Visit this Easter, as you explore the sights, smells and sounds in the gardens. Pick up your Easter pack on arrival (£3) and head out on a trail with your family, finishing with a reward of a yummy chocolate egg (alternative non-edible treat).

You can find out more about Blickling Estate Easter Egg hunt HERE

Felbrigg Hall

Address: Felbrigg, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 8PP

29 March – 11 April (whilst stocks last), 10am-4pm (last entry at 3pm)

Take a walk in the woods to look for signs of spring this Easter. Follow the easter egg hunt trail with fun activities along the way. The trail at Felbrigg goes further afield this year, so be aware that paths can be muddy and some sections may not be suitable for all pushchairs. £3 per Easter trail

You can find out more about Felbrigg Hall Easter Egg hunt HERE

Horsey Windpump

Address: Horsey, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4EF

Daily, 29 March – 18 April, 11am – 2.30pm (whilst stocks last). Trail packs are £3 each.
Easter adventures in nature will encourage even the youngest visitors to engage with wildlife while having lots of fun!

You can find out more about Horsey Windpump Easter Egg hunt HERE

Oxburgh Hall

Address: Oxborough, near Swaffham, Norfolk, PE33 9PS

Date and time; Monday 29 March to Sunday 11 April (whilst stocks last), 9.30am-3.30pm

£3 per trail pack (including one chocolate prize)

Peek around a pond, hide like a mouse and be a bug’s eyes on our adventure in nature trail which takes you through the gardens at Oxburgh Hall.

You can find out more about Oxburgh Hall Easter Egg hunt HERE

Sheringham Park

Address:Upper Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TL

Date and time: From Monday 29 March – Sunday 11 April (while stocks last), between 10am-4pm (last entry at 3pm).The undulating trail will take you into the wilder areas of Sheringham Park as you search for clues amongst the towering trees on this approximately 1 ½ mile route, to navigate your way to a chocolate prize.

Please note that this trail is not suitable for all pushchairs and wheelchairs due to the fact it includes some steep hills and might be muddy underfoot in places. Cost £3.

You can find out more about  Sheringham Park Easter Egg hunt HERE

National Trust Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunts in Suffolk

Flatford

Address: Flatford, East Bergholt, Suffolk, CO7 6UL

Daily, 2 – 5 April, 10am – 3pm (whilst stocks last). Trail packs are £3 each.
Follow the Easter trail and step into spring with lots of fun activities. Follow the footprints, watch the clouds and wibble wobble like a lamb as you explore all that nature has to offer at Flatford. Complete the activities to claim your chocolate prize!

You can find out more about Flatford Easter Egg hunt HERE

Ickworth

Address: The Rotunda, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP29 5QE

29 March – 11 April 2021 | 10.30am – 3pm (last entry)

Join us for an adventure in nature this Easter, as we explore the wildlife, colours and smells across the estate. Pick up your Easter pack on arrival (£3) and head out on a trail with your family, finishing with a reward of a yummy chocolate egg (or allergen free equivalent).

You can find out more about Ickworth Easter Egg hunt HERE

Lavenham Guildhall

Address: Market Place, Lavenham, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 9QZ

Daily, 31 March – 5 April and 7 – 11 April, 10.30am – 3pm (whilst stocks last). Trail packs are £3 each.
Join the Easter trail at Lavenham and explore the village to spot all the crooked houses and receive a yummy Easter egg reward.

You can find out more about Lavenham Guildhall Easter Egg hunt HERE

Melford Hall

Address: Long Melford, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 9AA

Daily, 31 March – 11 April, 12pm – 4pm (whilst stocks last). Trail packs are £3 each.
Join the Easter trail at Melford Hall and get to know a tree, make a grass trumpet and be a bug’s eyes whilst exploring the gardens for signs of spring. Complete the activities to earn your chocolate prize.

You can find out more about Melford Hall Easter Egg hunt HERE

Sutton Hoo

Address: Tranmer House, Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 3DJ

Friday 2 April – Monday 5 April (whilst stocks last), 10am – 4pm (last entry at 3.30pm) Cost: £3 per trail (not including site admission), card payment only

Have you moved like a bird or curled up like an egg? Join us for an eggs-citing adventure in nature this Easter and spot signs of spring across the Sutton Hoo estate. The route will take you through woodland, in the foosteps of Anglo-Saxon ancestors past the Royal Burial Ground and back up the valley side. It’s a circular route so you will end up back where you started to collect your chocolate egg (or allegen free) reward! Please be aware that not all of the route is wheelchair accessible.

You can find out more about Sutton Hoo Easter Egg hunt HERE

Will you be visiting any of the National Trust Easter Egg Hunts this year ?

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