The Chartwell Cadbury Egg Hunt
This spring join us at Chartwell for our popular Cadbury Egg Hunt. Help Bunny find the Churchill family as you explore the gardens and woodland and discover the nicknames the family gave each other.
This Easter take on the Cadbury Egg Hunt at Chartwell to earn a Cadbury chocolate reward.
Explore the garden this Easter holiday with Bunny, meeting the Churchill family along the way who all have their own family nickname. Can you find all the nicknames before the end of the trail?
Travel around the lake and kitchen garden and once the trail has been solved return to claim your own prize of Cadbury chocolatey goodness.
Be prepared for an adventure through the grounds with a shorter buggy friendly route for smaller children.
Saturday 01 - Monday 17 April, 11am-4pm.
£2 per trail, normal admission applies to the gardens
Can I visit the house as well?
Absolutely. House entry is by timed ticket only. On arrival, go to the Visitor Welcome Centre and our friendly staff will be able to provide you with a timed ticket. Alternatively there are selected tickets available to pre-book through our website (pre-booking not available for the Easter weekend, 14-17 April). Please be aware that the car park may close during our busiest periods, so if you decide to pre-book a house ticket please arrive with plenty of time to spare.
Please note that Easter is a very busy period for the property and we cannot ensure house tickets for all visitors.
Important notice: tickets cannot be purchased in advance for the Easter weekend, 14-17 April. Tickets must be purchased on arrival in the visitor welcome centre (spaces limited). Any tickets purchased online for other dates in advance cannot be refunded so please double check the date and time when booking.
The visitor welcome centre will open at 10am each morning, as will the shop and restaurant.
Beat the rush
Our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt is very popular, meaning that the property will be busy, particularly over the Easter weekend, 14-17 April. At times we may have to close the car park, as we will be running at full capacity, and tickets for the house are likely to sell out quickly. To make the most of your visit, why not visit on the weekdays in the Easter holiday, when the property is quieter.