Easter. That Holiday that everyone knows as the holiday in which a magical bunny rabbit travels the land depositing clutches of chocolate eggs. He’s got a very busy weekend at Easter time in North Wales. Here is a list of all the egg hunts he’s laid out for you to enjoy across the area.

Easter Egg Hunts at National Trust and Cadw Properties in North Wales


Chirk Castle

March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 10am until 4pm.
Cost: £2.50 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.
The Cadbury Bunny has made its way to Chirk Castle and now it’s up to you and your family to hunt them down by joining the fabulous Easter egg hunt.


Bodnant Garden, Conwy

This wonderland of flowers and flora comes alive in the spring time as the wonderful area has the marvellous colours return. This plays the ideal venue for the

When: March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 11am until 3pm.
Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.

 


Conwy Suspension Bridge

Conwy’s famous Thomas Telford suspension bridge and grounds will play host to a fabulous Easter egg hunt, get on your rabbit ears, your best chocolate sniffing nose and of course your egg collecting
Basket and search the land in search of scrumptious chocolate delights.


Easter Dragon Egg Hunt at Gwyrch Castle, Abergele

The woodlands surrounding Abergele’s Gwrych Castle are weaved with snaking nature trails and sport a lively dragon egg hunt. There will be nests of dragon eggs throughout he grounds. At the end of the hunt is a clutch of delicious chocolatey goodness – who will make it to the end and achieve their goal.

March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 11am until 6pm.

Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.


Aberconwy House

March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 10am until 4pm.
Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.


Plas Mawr

The storied Plas Mawr ancient house and manor is an amazing structure and wonderland for visitors, which transports you backwards in time to experience what life was like for high society in the middle ages, this combined with a family favourite egg hunt will result in a winner of an Easter celebration.
Easter Sunday, April 1. Easter egg hunt from 9.30am and craft workshop between 11am and 4pm.
Cost: Children £4.10, adults £6.90.


Conwy Castle

The ancient castle of King Edward Longshanks is a hallowed ruin yet a mighty fortress that looks over the land of Conwy and into the estuary that goes into the Irish sea. It is the ideal place for a traditional egg hunt and will give you and the little ones the opportunity to explore the great building in search of egg and chocolatey treasures

Easter Sunday, April 1.

Cost: Children £5.70, adults £9.50.


Denbigh Castle

Yet another marvellous venue for a Grand Easter Egg hunt, Denbigh Castle is a brilliant location for a day out hunting for Eggs, Medieval Combat, Archery and experience the rich and storied history of the fortress.

Saturday March 31 until April 1 (Easter Sunday) from 11am until 4pm.

Cost: £2.40 for children, £4 for adults.

 

Denbigh Castle
Rhuddlan Castle

There will be an Easter quiz and a free Easter egg for the first 200 children in attendance. On Easter Sunday try something a little different with a fun packed day of storytelling, decorating and bonnet making.



Easter Egg Hunt at Rhyl Miniature Railway

Rhyl Miniature Railway, Marine Lake, Rhyl

Come and get stuck in to the Easter fun and games at the Rhyl Miniature Railway with an Egg hunt running on all days on both days. Just show up on Easter Sunday April 1 and Easter Monday April 2


Penrhyn Castle

Penrhyn Castle is a vast land filled with many nooks and crannies and secret hiding places, this is ideal for Bunny, who has left a series of secrets and clues all over the estate.

On this year’s Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, see if you can crack the riddles which have a brilliant chocolatey reward.

Penrhyn Castle’s grounds are the epitome of an adventurous day out with the likes of jungle-like gardens, walks in the wild and vast meadows and lawns.

March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 10.30am until 4pm.
Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.


Beddgelert
Tŷ Isaf, Beddgelert, Caernarfon, LL55 4YA
This classic Welsh Town is very famous, and one of the oldest buildings here is Ty Isaf. It’s an ideal starting location for exploring Beddgelert, and so you can pick up a treasure hunter’s map from the Ty Isaf shop and depart on your awesome adventure – learning about the legend of Prince Llewelyn and his faithful hound along the way.

When: March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 11am until 4pm.
Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.

 


Caernarfon Castle

Castle Guards and maid plucked from history itself will join you on your quest to gather the Easter Eggs and track down elusive dragon eggs.

Caernarfon, LL55 2AY
When: Saturday March 31 until April 1 (Easter Sunday) from 11.30am until 3.30pm.
Cost: Children under 16 £5.70, adults £9.50



Plas yn Rhiw (Pwllheli)

Plas yn Rhiw, Rhiw, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8AB
When: March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 11am until 4pm.
Chase the bunny’s path to Plas yn Rhiw this Easter and check out the clues that were left behind until you can find those delicious chocolate eggs.
The grounds themselves will play the arena for this awesome adventure.
Entrance is only £2 plus normal admission fees.


Porth y Swnt

Perfect location for celebrating the year of the sea, this idyllic welsh port is perched on the tip of the Llyn peninsula. Learn all about marine wildlife – which also have eggs do you know? This unique aquatic takes on Easter Egg hunts will mean that you will venture throughout the village hunting for clues which will help you match up the sea creature and their eggs. The reward for this task is a delicious chocolatey egg from Cadbury’s.

Where: Porth y Swnt, Aberdaron, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8BE
When: March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 11am until 4pm.
Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.


Criccieth Castle

Castle St, Criccieth, LL52 0DP
When: Easter Sunday, April 1.
Cost: Children £3.30, adults £5.50.
Hurry! The first 5

0 entrants will be awarding with a chocolate Easter egg. This hunt features sweeping views across cardigan bay.


Harlech Castle

Do you ever think about what life might have been like in the 13th century? Prepare for an adventure in time as the Ardudwy Knights show you about Archery, Combat and Weaponry. There’s also an Easter egg hunt for those who wish to celebrate this ancient holiday in style.

Easter Sunday, April 1 and Easter Monday, April 2
Cost: Children £4.10, adults £6.90.


Beaumaris Castle

Where: Castle Street, Beaumaris, LL58 8AP
When: Friday March 30 until Easter Monday, April 2 from 10am until 5pm daily.
Cost: Children £4.10, adults £6.90.
This mighty moated castle will give you the opportunity to see what life was like some 700 years ago. There will be a knight’s school where children and adults alike can try out armour and spears.

This is the full medieval deal, with an encampment in the inner ward from Friday to Saturday, and on Saturday and Monday there is a knighting ceremony, archery tournament and weapon training.

Sunday and Monday are the days where a hunt will be taking place.



Plas Newydd, Llanfair PG

Where: Plas Newydd, National Trust, Llanfairpwll, LL61 6DQ
When: March 30 (Good Friday) until April 2 (Easter Monday) from 11am until 3.30pm.
Cost: £2 per trail plus normal admission prices apply.
The Easter Bunny is too busy with the other events in North Wales, however the Red Squirrels of Plas Newydd have coincidentally made off with a big clutch of Easter Eggs and left clues throughout the grounds for you to follow.   This is suitable for all ages.

 

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