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Easter Adventures at The Firs

This spring, treat the whole family to a world of adventure at The Firs on an Easter trail.

  • Booking not needed
  • Admission applies

Make your way along the trail and find nature inspired activities for the whole family. The trail takes place on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, between 29 March - 08 April 2024, from 10am to 5pm, with last entry at 4.30pm, so come along and explore the beautiful cottage and cottage garden at The Firs. Prices are £3 per trail which includes an Easter trail sheet, bunny ears and dairy or vegan and Free From* chocolate egg.

*Suitable for people with milk, egg, gluten, peanut and tree nut allergies.

There will be lots of activities, including: - Pinning the tail on the bunny - Add a wish to our Easter Wishing Tree - Egg and spoon race - Make your own compostable plant pot and plant a sunflower seed. - Show Elgar your hop like a bunny moves

The trail will be sold between 10am and 4.30pm. Eggs must be collected before 5pm when the site closes.

Times

Prices

Event ticket prices

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All £3.00
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The basics

Meeting point

Pick up your Easter activity trail sheet and bunny ear headband from the Visitor Centre for £3 (normal admission applies) and head out on your adventure.

Accessibility

Accessible visitor centre, toilet and paths.

Upcoming events

Event

An introductory talk on Elgar 

Elgar biographer and author Richard Westwood-Brookes will be making special  appearances  at The Firs to give his popular 'Insights' talks .

Event summary

on
3 Mar to 24 Mar 2024
at
12:00 to 12:30
+ 23 other dates or times
Event

An Audience with Corinne 

Listen to cellist Corinne Frost playing cello music by British composers including Elgar. Corinne will also take music requests (classical or not) and might even create a sound portrait for you.

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on
9 Mar to 14 Dec 2024
at
11:30 to 12:15
+ 5 other dates or times
Event

The Life of Elgar in words and music 

Elgar may be England’s most famous composer. But what was he really like? This exciting production celebrates his life through his own rarely heard words and exclusive live performances of his music by the Veracini Ensemble.

Event summary

on
10 Mar 2024
at
11:30 to 13:00
+ 1 other date or time