Springtime adventures at Dudmaston

Girls running among Easter daffodils

Whether you're looking for fun family activities or you fancy a peaceful stroll, there's something for everyone this Easter. Join the Cadbury Egg Hunt, get stuck into nature-themed activities, or enjoy a peaceful walk around the park in springtime.

Passport into Spring trail

10-20 April 12 noon - 4pm (excluding Fridays and Saturdays when the property is closed).

Visit all the signs of spring in the orchard and garden. Make sure you punch your passport to prove you've spotted everything that's new in nature.

The Passport trail will be available to purchase throughout the Easter holidays from the shop or activities tent in the orchard. Parts of the trail are hidden in the garden which opens from 12 noon. Trails cost £2 with a prize at the end.

Cadbury Egg Hunts

16 and 17 April 12 noon - 4pm

Please note Dudmaston is closed on Good Friday and Saturday, with Cadbury Egg Hunts running on Easter Sunday and Monday only. Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses is just a few miles from Dudmaston and the team are running hunts across the whole weekend.

Cheeky bunny is back at Dudmaston and he's brought lots of his chocolatey friends. Help bunny visit all the signs of spring in the garden trail. Punch your passport at each checkpoint and receive a tasty Cadbury reward for all your efforts. Trails cost £2 each.

The Orchard Tearoom will be treating everyone to chocolate bread pudding special over the holidays. You can never have enough right? We'll also be serving up seasonal snacks, light lunches, more treats and drinks.

Easter crafts

10, 12, 19 April 11am-4pm

Grab your scissors and glue and get ready to make some Easter crafts. We'll provide all the materials you need to make your masterpiece. Join our activity volunteers in the green tent in the orchard. A small charge applies to all craft activities.

Creative Writing Nature Ramble

20 April 11.15am - 12.30pm

Could that stick be a magical wizard's wand? Perhaps that acorn was stolen by a thieving squirrel. Local writers Elizabeth Henry and Kay Yendole will lead children and accompanying adults on a nature ramble through the parkland. Spot and collect natural materials to help inspire your writing. £5 per child, adults go free. Click here to reserve your space.

Come and play in the basket swing at Dudmaston
Child in basket swing at Dudmaston Shropshire

Enjoy your day your way this Easter. Let off steam in the adventure playground or grab a free self guided 50 things trail from reception. Track wild animals, make some wild art or become a parkland explorer. Visit the seed station in the kitchen garden every Wednesday throughout April and plant a pumpkin seed, ready for Halloween.