Easter Holidays at Tredegar House

A family enjoying the daffodils

Now that spring is in the air and daffodils are adorning the parkland we can look forward to what Tredegar House has in store for the Easter holidays.

Explore our habitats

Our orchard meadow, ponds and ancient woodland all have a part to play in taking care of the hundreds of different insects and animals living at Tredegar House, past and present.

Adventure through the jungle, go foraging through the undergrowth and scour the tree tops to learn about all the different habitats found in our gardens and parkland.

Keep an eye out for bugs and bees, nesting birds and re-emerging hedgehogs and find out how to turn your back-garden into a haven for these dwindling species.

Scour the tree tops for nesting birds
A girl looking through binoculars
Scour the tree tops for nesting birds

50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾

If you haven’t already done so you can pick up a scrapbook from the Visitor Reception and begin ticking off some of the 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾, the National Trust’s ultimate bucket list for kids. 

Join our team for some wild art in the Orangery and add to our giant stream of bunting decorated with leaf printing and berry paint. 

  • Monday 26 March | 11-2pm
  • Friday 13 April  11-2pm
Tackle the trail around the gardens
A young boy follows a trail around the gardens
Tackle the trail around the gardens

Satisfy hungry tummies

After all the activities, head over to the Brewhouse Tearooms for a bite to eat and a warming hot drink, but be warned! Our Easter cupcakes and lunchboxes might be too tempting to miss…

Girl with Cadbury bunny

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt 

Spring has arrived and with it comes new life. As you go hunting this Easter be sure to keep an eye out for all the different kinds of eggs hidden in our gardens.