Easter fun at Osterley Park and House
Connect with nature at Osterley Park and House this Easter. With the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in the gardens and craft activities along the way, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors.
Join the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
Bring the whole family to explore the Great Meadow to find the wooden easter eggs, then head to the Stables Walled Garden to collect your Cadbury’s chocolate prize. The Great Meadow can get muddy and doesn't have any paths, so make sure to wear weather appropriate shoes.
The Easter Egg hunt runs from 4 April – 19 April, 10am-4pm. Last entry to the gardens is 4.30pm. Normal admission to the House and Garden applies, National Trust members and under 5s go free. Click here to find out more about our prices.
The Easter Egg Hunt is £3.50 per child.
In the House
Don't forget to take the time to explore the splendour of Osterley House. Presented as it would have been in the 18th century, see for yourself why this neo-classical mansion was described as the 'palace of palaces'.
Normal admission to the House and Garden applies. The House is open for tours only from 11am-12noon. Free-flow admission to the House is from 12noon-4pm, with last entry at 3pm.
We’ve got bikes for all ages available to hire from £3. Why not explore our cycle trails as a group and see the beautiful 18th century vistas? Or test your skills in the cycle skills areas before heading off around the estate.
Eat, drink, and shop
Our Stables Café is open daily from 10am-5pm, and serves hot food and drinks, sandwiches and cakes. Serving hot and cold food, drinks, and snacks, you’ll find the perfect treat at any time of day. The Brewhouse Café is open at peak times, and serves hot and cold drinks, cakes, and sandwiches.
The Stables Shop is open 11am-5pm and offers a range of National Trust products, including a garden range, food and drink, and children’s toys and books. We have a range of Easter products available, including chocolate eggs and Easter gifts.
The Second Hand Bookshop is a treasure trove of books donated by visitors. Every penny raised goes back into looking after Osterley House, Park and Gardens.