Easter days out in Surrey

This Easter, at a special place near you in Surrey, there are trails throughout the school holidays, created specially for families, including Claremont Landscape Garden and Hatchlands Park. Our Cadbury Egg Hunts are brimming with clues and challenges at 12 places in Surrey. The trails test your powers of observation and deduction and lead to intriguing new discoveries about nature, wildlife and the places you visit. When you follow an Easter trail, you help us look after these places for generations to come.

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt through daffodils

Claremont Landscape Garden 

Try the Princess Charlotte trail at Claremont Landscape Garden, available for the whole of the Easter holidays. Or head out on a chocolatey quest on the Easter weekend around Claremont Landscape Garden on this year’s Cadbury Egg Hunt. Wander through the trees, alongside the lake and solve the clues.

A family in the parkland at Hatchlands

Hatchlands Park 

Visit Hatchlands Park in the first flushes of springtime. There are exciting activities for the whole family, including trails, an adventure area and even a tree house, all alongside the green shoots of spring. Our popular Cadbury Egg Hunt is available during the Easter bank holiday weekend.

A basket of chocolatey bunnies on show

Box Hill 

Box Hill is a great place for an outdoor family adventure this spring. Join in our popular egg rolling and bonnet parades. Plus our Cadbury Egg Hunt is a trail all about the butterflies at Box Hill.

Dapdune Wharf gunpowder store

Dapdune Wharf 

Take a journey down the River Wey and travel back in time. Your family can stroll along the tow path and admire the barges. Or why not take a boat tour. On Good Friday, after you've had a go at the Cadbury Egg Hunt and the Easter crafts, you can try out the races. Over the rest of the weekend, try craft activities and crack the trail code for a Cadbury chocolate prize.

Far reaching views from Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl, Surrey

Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl 

Hindhead Commons and the Devil’s Punch Bowl are home to abundant wildlife and are a great place to explore the natural world. Pick up the Cadbury Egg Hunt trail as you explore the amazing Surrey countryside and claim your Cadbury chocolate prize at the finish.

Fourwents Pond Holmwood Common Surrey

Holmwood Common 

Once owned by King Harold and William the Conqueror, explore Holmwood Common woodlands this Easter weekend. On the Cadbury Egg Hunt see if you can solve the clues and claim a yummy chocolate treat.

View of the Magna Carta Memorial, Runnymede, Surrey


This picturesque open landscape beside the Thames was witness to King John's historic sealing of the Magna Carta 800 years ago on 15 June 1215. Follow our Cadbury Egg Hunt for hidden clues across the meadows and along the slopes of Runnymede this Easter. Bring all the family along for this fun-filled day outdoors and celebrate the start of spring.

The exterior of the mill sitting astride the Tillingbourne river

Shalford Mill 

Come and visit Shalford Mill, an 18th-century watermill with well-preserved machinery. There are so many secret places at Shalford Mill. This Easter follow the clues around the mill, discovering its stories as you go, and claim your Cadbury chocolate reward. Afterwards go for a family ramble along Tillingbourne stream and around the medieval village.

Hedge at Swan Barn Farm

Swan Barn Farm 

Escape the bustle of Haslemere’s high street this Easter at Swan Barn Farm. This Easter Saturday come along for some family fun with the Cadbury Egg Hunt. Explore our beautiful woodlands and meadows, while working hard to solve nature clues and receive a Cadbury chocolate bunny at the end.

Visitors look at a magnolia tree at Winkworth Arboretum, Surrey

Winkworth Arboretum 

With over 1000 different types of shrubs and trees, Winkworth Arboretum always has something new to discover. The most impressive displays are in spring, with magnolias, bluebells and azaleas. Join in on this year’s Cadbury Egg Hunt and follow the clues to solve the mystery and find the prize.