Spot the signs of spring this Easter 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.

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts

This year we're running Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts from two sites across the estate. On Good Friday and Saturday (30 & 31 March, 10am-3pm) join in the hunt in Comer Woods. Access the woodland along the A442, about a mile from Dudmaston Hall's main entrance towards Bridgnorth.

Collect your hunt map from the orchard at Dudmaston Hall on Easter Sunday and Monday (1 & 2 April, 11am- 4pm). Spot the signs of spring around the courtyards to reveal Bunny's tasty chocolate stash. Please note that Dudmaston Hall and car park is closed on Good Friday and Saturday.

Get hands on with nature

At this time of year, nature bursts into life across the estate. Displays of daffodils and azealeas brighten up the garden and our wildlife wakes up for the (slightly!) warmer weather.

Join us in the Garden room on 4, 9, 11 April. We'll be making bird feeders from natural materials. Take yours home to attract some feathered friends to your garden or outdoor space.

The Wild Craftist will be in Comer Woods on Tuesdays during the holidays. Perfect the art of pyrography and burn your own design into a wooden blank on 3 April or carve and print your own wooden block on 10 April. Sessions are suitable for children aged 7 and over, they're also perfect for big kids too! Booking essential. £8 for an hour-long session.

Use the pyrography pen to decorate a wooden spoon, keyring or football shirt.
Wildlife Survival School pyrography dudmaston
Use the pyrography pen to decorate a wooden spoon, keyring or football shirt.