Easter adventures at Blickling
Join us from 24 March - 15 April for family fun across the estate. Take part in an Easter adventure around the colourful, Springtime gardens and enjoy a delicious shortbread treat.
Take part in an Easter nature adventure from 24 March to 15 April around the gardens and find out about plants and animals during spring awakening. Each adventurer will receive a delicious shortbread bunny, handmade at Blickling, upon completion of the trail.
We have a special garden entry ticket for non-members* of just £8.25 per adult with children free from 24 March - 15 April. The trail price of £3 will apply to all who take up the challenge and each completed trail receives an Easter shortbread treat.
Explore the gardens further by finding the secret tunnels, squishy trees, sundial and more. There's plenty of fun to be had, from a family game of croquet by the lake, to planting seeds in the walled kitchen garden.
*Members are free and there's always an opportunity to sign up for membership upon arrival at visitor reception.
Enjoy exploring the house daily and take part in a family activity. If you're up for a challenge, join Mr Dunning the Butler and Kathleen the Scullery Maid on Thursdays at 2pm during local school holidays, on a family tour of the attics, pantry and kitchen. Find out what your duties will be, where you’ll live and how much you’ll get paid. These special tours are available on 29 March, 5 and 12 April. Early morning booking upon arrival at visitor reception is essential as places are limited.
The walled garden
Join us for 'Sow and Grow' in the walled kitchen garden on Tuesdays from 10.30 - 12.30 throughout the local school holidays (27 March, 3 and 10 April). Have fun watering flowers and planting seeds in pots. You can then take your pot home and enjoy watching it grow. If you visit on any other day, you will still find little wheelbarrows and watering cans for gardening fun.
The wider estate
You can also take part in our family nature trail out in the parkland any day of the week. This walk around the wider estate is ideal for older children as it encourages curious minds to solve riddles and complete the puzzle to reveal a mystery word. You can take part on foot or by bike, just collect a trail sheet from visitor reception.