Join in the fun this Easter

2018 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt logo

Visit throughout the Easter weekend for Gunby's annual Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts. This year mummy duck has lost her fifteen ducklings around the gardens. Can you help her find them all?

Visit on 30 and 31 March, 1 and 2 April to take part in the trails. 
Collect a hunt sheet from the dedicated meeting point, find all the fifteen hidden ducklings, solve the puzzle and collect your Cadbury Easter Egg as your yummy prize.

Will you help mummy duck find her fifteen lost ducklings this Easter?
Easter eggs and ducklings at Gunby
Will you help mummy duck find her fifteen lost ducklings this Easter?

Why not make a day of it and go for a walk around the wider estate, visit the new art exhibition in Orchard Gallery and enjoy a cuppa in the tea-room? On Saturday, Sunday and Monday three floors of the house are open too. Don’t miss the mesmerising ‘Harrison’s Garden’ clock art installation in the basement. There’s a fun pig-themed trail in the house for little ones too.

" We can’t wait to open our doors again to visitors this Easter. It’s normally one of our busiest times of the year as people enjoy seeing the gardens come back to life and like to be out and about with their family and friends. It’s such fun to see the children hunt around looking for clues and proudly collect their chocolate Easter egg."
- Astrid Gatenby, Visitor Experience Manager

Easter Egg Hunts cost £2 per person on top of normal admission charges. There are no admission charges for National Trust members and under 5s.

The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts are on 30 and 31 March, 1 and 2 April. Gates open from 11am. 

Have a quacking time at Gunby this Easter
Duckling at Gunby
Have a quacking time at Gunby this Easter