Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Marsden Moor

A woman and child closely examine a trail leaflet

Join us this spring as we take part in our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. Find out all the information you need to make the most of your day below.

FAQ's

When is the Easter Egg Hunt at Marsden Moor?

This year's hunts are spread over two days, Friday 19th April - 10am to 3pm and Saturday 20th April - 10am to 3pm.

How long is the Easter Egg Hunt?

The trail is about a mile long and will take around 45 mins to complete.

Where does the Easter Egg Hunt start?

The trail starts and finishes at Marsden Moor information room. The address is Station Rd, Marsden, HD7 6DH - next to Marsden train station.

Can pushchairs be taken on the hunt?

The trail is accessible for pushchairs although at one point there is a section of 5 steps to climb. 

Do we need to book in advance?

Booking isn't necessary for this event. Just turn up anytime between 10am-3pm on either day.

How much does it cost to participate?

It is £2 for one Easter Egg Hunt sheet, one sheet per child. Each sheet completed on the trail earns a chocolate prize when the trail is finished.

Do we find eggs along the way?

You will be looking for clues along the way and filling in your Easter Hunt sheet. Bring your completed sheets back to the start point to claim your Cadbury Easter Egg.

Are there toilets?

Toilets are availble at the start and finish point of the trail.

Where can I park?

There is a council car park next to the Marsden Moor information room where you can park for free, SatNav HD7 6DH, however parking is limited. If you would  prefer to arrive by public transport, the start and finish point of the trail is located next to Marsden train station and within easy access of several bus routes.

Will there be enough chocolate eggs?

This year we have three times as many eggs as last year to keep us stocked up over the two day event - we aren't planning on running out!

Will the trail be muddy?

The Easter Egg Hunt trail follows a canal towpath and passes through woodland. Depending on weather conditions there may be muddy areas along the route. Boots or wellies are recommended.

Is the trail wheelchair friendly?

Unfortunately the trail isn’t suitable for wheelchairs. There are also no accessible toilet facilities on site.

Any further updates will be posted on our Facebook page.