Easter events in South Wales

Visitor enjoyed signs of spring in the garden

We're delighted to invite you to take part in our Easter adventures in nature trails. The trails will start to take place from 29 March 2021, although dates may vary, so please check the property webpage before planning your visit.

Please note that our places are only open to people who live in Wales and we ask that everyone follow Welsh Government guidance.

We expect places to be very busy over Easter weekend, so we strongly recommend booking your visit in advance. Booking a ticket guarantees your entry to the property and you can purchase activity packs for the Easter trails when you arrive on the day. 

Please also note that the Easter trails will only last for as long as stocks last.

Easter Egg Hunts near you

Wrap up warm and head out on a walk at Dinefwr

Easter egg hunts at Dinefwr

Discover your local family-friendly trail at with fun activities to do along the way. Complete the trail and earn your chocolate reward at the end.

Daffodils at Llanerchaeron

Easter Egg hunts at Llanerchaeron

Discover your local family-friendly trail at with fun activities to do along the way. Complete the trail and earn your chocolate reward at the end.

A family completes the spring trail at Tredegar House

Adventures in Nature at Tredegar House

We've upcycled our Easter trail to create a new adventure for you to enjoy. Unwind in the great outdoors by completing our Adventures in Nature trail, which will get the whole family having fun as you reconnect with the natural world around you.

Children running in the gardens in spring

Easter egg hunts at Dyffryn Gardens 

Please note we are fully booked until Monday 5 April. Tickets for Monday will be released on Friday 2 April. Discover your local family-friendly trail at Dyffryn Gardens with fun activities to do along the way. Complete the trail and earn your chocolate reward at the end.

A pink rose

Important information 

In line with Welsh Government regulations, we have reintroduced measures to ensure that your visit to the places that we care for across Wales is as safe as possible. The safety of our staff, volunteers, visitors and local communities remains our priority. We will continue to follow the latest Welsh Government regulations and should they change will act accordingly. Changes to government restrictions may affect your visit, so please check the relevant individual property webpage for the latest information when planning your visit.