Easter egg hunts at The Weir Garden
Join us for an Easter adventure in nature at The Weir Garden. Discover our family-friendly trail with fun activities for you to do along the way. Complete the trail and earn your chocolate reward at the end. We know how much joy our Easter egg trails bring to our visitors each year and we hope this year will be the same. However, we ask that you support your local property and tickets must be booked in advance.
Inspired by the ’50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ guide, this year’s Easter trail at The Weir leads families around both the riverside garden and walled garden to look for nature-related activities. It’s lovely here this time of year, with hundreds of daffodils in bloom and the tranquil River Wye bubbling through the garden.
You can pick your trail pack up from Visitor Reception when you arrive. To minimise human contact, we’ve prepared everything you need to grab and go. Inside your trail pack you’ll find an activity sheet, pencil and chocolate egg - non-chocolate alternative prizes will also be available upon request. Our Easter egg trails will be priced at £3 each and will be available daily from Friday 2 to Sunday 18 April. Please note we are a cash-only property at The Weir and are unable to take card payments.
Before visiting, please check local and national government guidance on travelling.
You don’t need to book your Easter trails, but you will need to book your Easter visit. To manage visitor numbers so that social distancing can be ensured for the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors, the pre-booking system still applies. Booking will provide access to the property, not the Easter activities in nature trail, which can be purchased on the day.
Tickets are released every Friday, so you won’t be able to book your Easter visit until Friday 26 March. When the time comes, you can book your visit here.
If you're planning on visiting with children over the Easter holidays, you can also print off a 'Kid's Nature Conservationist' worksheet at home to bring along with you. This worksheet helps children understand the importance of staying on the pathways to help protect bulbs and advises on the best spots in the garden to sit and watch nature. Nature Conservationist (PDF / 0.6MB) download