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Easter Trail at Dinefwr

Celebrate the start of Spring with a fun filled Easter holiday at Dinefwr. A whole host of fun and joy on offer for the whole family. Whatever the weather, don your wellies and come and have fun.

  • Booking not needed
  • Admission applies

Join us for some fun activities this spring, which will wind you through the ancient parkland, and a creative trail of performance and play.

Discover 10 family friendly activities to explore! Pick up your trail sheet from a member of our friendly team in the house, before completing the loop and collecting your chocolate egg at the end (made using Rainforest Alliance Certified cocoa.). An alternative prize is available if required. The trail is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.

Outdoor games will be at the front of Newton House for everyone to enjoy. The team in the café will be serving a delicious selection of hot and cold food, including a children’s menu. Discover a range of homemade bakes and sweet treats.

If you’d like to explore a little further, venture into the Deer Park to spot does and bucks which have called Dinefwr home for hundreds of years. Visit the 'Castle Oak' which is over 1,000 years old, and take a moment to listen to birdsong along the boardwalk.

Share your photos with us using the hashtag #NTDinefwr.

Times

Prices

Event prices

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£3.00
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The basics

Suitability

Children of all ages welcome

Meeting point

Head to the car park where the Easter Team will be ready to meet you.

What to bring and wear

Spring time means you may need wellies and waterproofs or sun cream and hats! Check the weather before you leave and come prepared. The trail crosses a field so sensible footwear is a must

Accessibility

The trail goes through a field and along footpaths, around 1.2km long. There is a slight incline on a gravel path. Dogs on leads welcome.

Other

Normal admission prices apply. Trails are £3 each.

Upcoming events

Event

Sgwrs Sadwrn: Dinefwr Castle 

Join Gwilym Hughes, Director of Cadw to find out about the 12th century castle at Dinefwr and its significance to Welsh history.

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on
2 Mar 2024
at
14:00 to 15:00
Event

Building Heritage : Celebrating Skill 

A full day of expert talks celebrating building heritage skills. Leading experts will gather at Dinefwr to share insights, knowledge and demonstrations into the world of heritage conservation, design and crafts.

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on
16 Mar 2024
at
10:00 to 16:00
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Easter Egg Rolling Race 

Have you ever painted your own Easter Egg, and then flung it down a hill for a race? Well, now is your chance!

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on
31 Mar 2024
at
10:30 to 12:30
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