Easter egg hunts at Petworth House and Park

Two children run along the path, with daffodils in the foreground and two adults following in the distance

Join us for an Easter adventure in nature at Petworth House and Park. Discover our family-friendly trail with fun activities for you to do along the way. Complete the trail and earn your chocolate egg at the end.

Easter adventures in nature trail

Saturday 9 – Sunday 24 April, 10am-5pm, last purchase/entry 4pm

At the start of your Easter adventures in nature trail, pick up your activity sheet from the Shepherds’ Hut to find the bespoke trail you’re going to follow. Find and complete the 10 nature-inspired activities that are hiding along the way. Discover the deer here at Petworth and compare yourself to their huge size, fly like a bird into our giant’s bird nest, find the mouse in its house woodland scene and add your crochet blossom to the tree at the end of the trail. These are just some of the fun activities you can experience on this spring adventure at Petworth, and don’t forget to admire the bluebells and views along the way.

Finish the trail and collect your Rainforest Alliance chocolate egg or an allergen-free alternative at the end (where available).

Before visiting, please check local and national government guidance on travelling.

Adventures in nature trail charge: £3 per child, please note we are only accepting payment by card.

Normal admission fees apply, free for National Trust members

Children enjoying an Easter nature trail

Take part in the Easter adventure nature trails at Petworth

We're inviting you to embark on the Easter adventures in nature trail at Petworth House and Park. Join in the fun as you take part in the nature-inspired activities you find along the way. £3 per child, please note we are only accepting payment by card. Find out more about our trail at Petworth.

Stoneywell in spring with hidden virtual Easter eggs

Things to do this Easter 

From nature activity downloads, recipes and Easter crafts to Easter trails at some of your local National Trust places, there’s lot to entertain the family at home and wherever you are. With stories and armchair adventures for the grown-ups to enjoy too.