Easter holidays on the Yorkshire Coast

Visitors in woodland on a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

There's plenty happening on the Yorkshire Coast to keep everyone happy over the Easter holidays.

Nature lovers can join a Small mammal survey at Hayburn Wyke on Wednesday 8 April for close up views of mice, voles and perhaps even tiny shrews. Learn some fascinating facts about these usually elusive animals along the way. Free.

Or.get hands on with wildlife on a Rock pool rummage at Robin Hood's Bay on Thursday 9 April. Explore the rock pools with a ranger to discover all sorts of salty sea creatures including crabs, fish and anemones.

You can find some surprising sea creatures rock pooling on the Yorkshire Coast
A man and girl take a close look at what they've found while rock pooling
You can find some surprising sea creatures rock pooling on the Yorkshire Coast

Bird song for beginners at Hayburn Wyke on Friday 10 April is a free leisurely evening woodland walk with a ranger and Richard Baines, Director and Ecologist at Yorkshire Coast Nature. Helpful tips will help you appreciate nature's symphony during the dusk chorus all the more. Suitable for children aged 8 and over. 

For full details of all events, including how to book, visit our what's on page.

Little explorers can take part in a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at both of our visitor centres from Friday 10 to Monday 13 April.

At the Old Coastguard Station in Robin Hood's Bay, become a seaside detective and discover lots of interesting facts about life on the coast while you explore the interactive exhibition to earn your Cadbury Easter treat. Be sure to say hello to the Easter Blenny in our rock pool tank too.

At Ravenscar near Scarborough, a special trail will lead you on a leisurely walk from Ravenscar Visitor Centre and back. Drop in to pick up a map and spot all the clues to claim your chocolatey Cadbury reward. 

To find out more about these and other National Trust Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts near you, visit the Cadbury website.