Easter at Beningbrough Hall
We’ve something of a spring in our step as we look forward to a fun-filled Easter holidays at Beningbrough. With a fantastic line-up of family adventures planned throughout the Easter break it promises to be a special time for all the family.
Easter holiday activities
In addition to Beningbrough’s chocolatey Cadbury Easter weekend, there’s a fantastic line up of activities running throughout the holidays to keep all the family entertained come rain or shine.
Tiny things trek
Join gardener Kate as she takes you on a trek around the gardens to discover nature’s tiny things - from buds to bugs and everything in between.
Tuesday 11 – Thursday 13 and Tuesday 18 – Thursday 20 April at 1.30pm
Book your place in the stables shop on the day, after 12 noon.
Plant a patch
From plot to plate – join the gardeners in the walled garden this Easter holiday and have a go at planting some of the delicious crops used in Beningbrough’s restaurant. You can then come back and enjoy the fruits of your labour in the restaurant later in the year.
Tuesday 11 – Thursday 13 and Tuesday 18 – Thursday 20 April. Drop into the walled garden 11.30am - 12.30pm and 2pm - 3pm.
Easter weekend with Cadbury
Friday 14 – Monday 17 April*
We’ve had a special visit from Bunny again. Follow Bunny on his trail which you can enjoy both indoors and out and you’ll meet his friends - the Dawnay family pet rabbits along the way. You’ll even win your very own Cadbury chocolate bunny to take home with you. The trail sheet costs £2 with each one getting a Cadbury chocolate prize. Running 10.30am - 4.30pm.
Challenge the family with an egg and spoon race or channel your inner creativity with a special Easter themed Artrageous egg decorating workshop. It costs £1.50 and you'll get everything you need to create your masterpiece.....including the boiled egg! At the end of the workshop the Easter Bunny will arrive to pick their favourite decorated egg for a prize. Running 1.30pm - 3.30pm. High five the Easter Bunny as they head off for a wander following the workshop (around 3.45pm). Grab a photo or wave from afar.
And don't forget......
There’s still all the usual goodies to have fun with and explore. From wheeling along paths on one of Beningbrough’s trikes or bikes to building a den or escaping to the wilderness play area. Grab one of the new explorer back-packs from the hall - these come with all the kit you might need for a themed adventure like hunting for bugs or going birdwatching.
* The Easter weekend gets very busy and we often need to use the overflow parking. We recommend you arrive early. The parkland gates open from 9am and the farm shop opens not too long after that. You can get into the gardens from 10.30am if you want to beat the rush.