Easter fun with the National Trust for Scotland
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- 7 March 2018
Where to find Easter egg hunts for kids who love chocolate, from water mills to castles
The National Trust for Scotland is getting ready to celebrate Easter and the arrival of spring with its annual Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts.
Families can join in the fun at 45 of the conservation charity's properties across the country from 30 March to 2 April where they'll have to follow the clues and solve the puzzle in order to collect a delicious chocolate prize!
As spring approaches, the Trust's gardens, landscapes and historical buildings are bursting into life and properties are getting ready to roll for another fantastic season with the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts.
Two unusual locations are joining in the fun for 2018 – Barry Mill, an operational water mill in Carnoustie and the Tenement House, a traditional Glaswegian tenement flat.
There are also exciting new experiences for visitors this Easter, as the Trust unveils two major new developments:
The Easter bunny will find a new friend at Brodie Castle this spring, with the opening of the Playful Garden. This unique, family-friendly garden experience will be full of surprises, colourful stories and giant sized fun, including Brodie bunny – at more than 6.5 metres, he's about the biggest rabbit sculpture in Scotland.
Family fun at Newhailes, East Lothian has got a big boost too, as they get ready to open 'Weehailes' a magical play area inspired by the special place of books and learning in the history of one of Scotland's most impressive historical attractions.
Find your nearest Easter egg hunt. Hop to it.