Easter at Dunham Massey 2019

Easter is the perfect time for a family adventure. Join Percy the Park Keeper and his woodland friends for a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in the Dunham Massey garden.

From Saturday 30 March – Sunday 28 April (or until chocolate stocks last), journey around the garden to help Percy the Park Keeper and friends locate the tools they need to look after Dunham Massey this Easter. Explore the garden and solve all of the clues to discover who (or what!) is behind the mischief to receive a tasty Cadbury chocolate prize. 

The trail will run in the garden between 10.30am-4pm. Please note that normal admission applies to this event. You will need to pick up a ticket from Visitor Reception before heading to the garden to start your adventure. The trail costs £2.50 per child, with one Cadbury chocolate treat per trail paid for. 

Can't forget your bunny whiskers!
Dunham Easter Face Painting 2017
Can't forget your bunny whiskers!

There's plenty to do at Dunham...

Percy the Park Keeper on Wall

Percy the Park Keeper Storytelling 

Join Percy the Park Keeper and hear about his adventures in nature’s playground with his woodland friends. Dress up and become part of the story with our interactive storytelling sessions all through the Easter holidays.

Treat yourself this Easter in our shop...

Yummy Easter Treats...

After you’ve finished exploring, refuel in the Stamford café or Stables restaurant with freshly prepared food and delicious cakes, or treat yourself to an ice cream from the Parlour. Pop into the shop for a range of yummy Easter treats.

Children climbing a tree in the park at Dunham Massey

Discover wildlife in the Park...

Once you’ve helped Percy the Park Keeper and his friends in the garden, there is still plenty to do at Dunham Massey. Explore the deer park to find the wildlife and nature that Percy cares for, or clamber over to the log pile in the North Park for an outdoor adventure.

National Portrait Gallery, Gertrude Jekyll

Faces of Change: Nature's Champions 

As part of the People’s Landscapes programme in 2019, Dunham Massey is celebrating the people – past and present – who could be called ‘nature’s champions’. Through a partnership exhibition with the National Portrait Gallery and a series of events, you’ll be able to join in with the very live debates surrounding the natural world.