From end of Tuesday 24 March, we closed all our car parks to further restrict the spread of coronavirus. This followed the decision to close our parks and gardens in addition to our houses, shops and cafes.
We urge people to stay local and observe social distancing. Please do not travel.
Join us at Anglesey Abbey for our Festival of Nature this Easter, where we'll be celebrating the natural world. Enjoy exploring nature's playground with the family and the health benefits that comes with being in the great outdoors.
Houghton Mill is open again after the winter break and there is lots to discover inside and outdoors, rain or shine. Join a craft activity and build a nest, look for signs of spring along the mini nature trail and watch the action as we mill fresh flour in the traditional way.
From pond dipping and minibeast hunts to springtime arts and crafts, we'll be getting mucky this Easter at Wicken Fen. Bring your little adventurer and enjoy discovering more about the wildlife that call this reserve home.
Spring is a busy time at Wimpole Home Farm. Bring your little ones to meet our little ones. The shire horses and donkeys will need a wash and brush up, then discover birds, bugs, flora and fauna on a spring scavenger hunt.
Discover nature at its finest this Easter whilst taking a stroll around one of our special places. With so much space to roam in Norfolk, why not help Percy the Park Keeper on a nature adventure at Blickling, learn to survive in the wild with Sheringham Park's Survival School or enjoy a trip to the Norfolk coast?
Our places in Suffolk offer the perfect spot to enjoy a day out with the family this Easter. Discover more about the history of Melford Hall and Lavenham Guildhall, or relish the outdoors at Ickworth and Dunwich Heath.
Discover our hidden gems in Essex, which are perfect for exploring over Easter. For crafty kids, head to Bourne Mill for knitting fun, or discover Easter treats and springtime delights at Paycocke's House and Garden.