Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Croft Castle

A family searching for clues amongst the daffodils on a Cadbury Easter egg hunt

We’ve sadly taken the decision to close our parks and gardens, in addition to our houses, shops and cafés, to help restrict the spread of coronavirus. We know that people are likely to need space and fresh air in the coming weeks and months and we will do all we can to provide access wherever possible. Our countryside and coastal locations remain open with parking charges waived, but we encourage people to stay local and observe social distancing measures.

Please be aware that the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts and all other activity happening during the Easter holidays have been cancelled.

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Easter weekend just wouldn't be complete without a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. From Friday 19 to Monday 22 April you can help the Cadbury Bunny find his precious choccy treats which he's hidden across Britain.

Follow the Famous Five trail through the gardens to track down the chocolate prizes at the end. Delve down secret passageways, hunt for lost treasure and enjoy the simple joys of nature, wildlife and being outdoors on our holiday trail.

Spot all the clues to track down the delicious chocolate prizes.

Check out our what's on listings for more information.

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Daffodils in front of Croft Castle in Herefordshire
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