With the Easter school holidays fast approaching, it’s time to organise your family days out. Don’t miss out on our top picks for Easter Egg hunts in Nottinghamshire.
Easter Egg Hunt at Nottingham International Market – April 1
Head down to Old Market Square, where Bunji the Easter Bunny will join children on a hunt to find Easter eggs hidden amongst the market traders’ stalls.
After the hunt, children who have participated will be entered into a prize draw to win a bigger Easter egg.
The market, which hosts traders representing all parts of the world with food, arts and crafts, is open from Thursday, March 29 – Monday, April 2.
Market Hours: Thursday – Saturday 9am-7pm and Sunday – Monday 10am-6pm
Easter Adventure Quest at Bolsover Castle – March 30 – April 2
An Easter hunt with a history twist; explore Bolsover Castle with historical actors and cracking clues along the way to win the chocolate reward.
Children must be five-15 years of age to take part and the event costs £1 per child.
This event takes every day from Good Friday to Easter Monday.
Eggciting Easter Egg Hunt at Green’s Windmill, Sneinton – March 30 – April 1
Green Windmill will open its gates to families over the Easter weekend for an Easter egg hunt in the community garden.
The event will run from 10am-3pm from March 30 to April – no booking is required.
Children must be over the age of 3 and entry to the Easter egg hunt is £5 per child. All proceeds go to the Green Windmill Trust.
Eggtastic Easter at Robin Hood’s Wheelgate Park, Newark – March 24 – April 25
Alongside a hunt around the park for Easter tokens, children can create souvenirs to in Easter craft sessions.
Families can also visit the Animal Adventure Zone to see the new spring chicks and bunnies.
An Easter Bunny Breakfast will take place on Saturday, March 31 for children to start their fun day.
Book your day tickets online, which includes entry to the park and all the activities.
Easter Bunny Trail at Rufford Abbey Country Park – March 30 – April 15
An Easter egg trail will take place in the grounds of Rufford Abbey with a chocolate treat
for those who solve the clues.
The trail will be open from 10:30am – 4pm – £2 tickets can be purchased from the visitors reception.
Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt at Clumber Park, Worksop – March 30 – April 2
The National Trust and Cadbury’s have set up over 250 tricky Easter Egg hunts across the country with trails to suit all ages.
Clumber Park is the nearest location for people in Nottinghamshire – children can uncover eggs hidden by Cadbury Easter Bunny who will give them clues along the way.
Easter Egg hunts will take place from 10:30-3:30 from Good Friday to Easter Monday.
The hunt costs £3 on top of entry fees of £2 for children over 5 years.
Rushcliffe Country Park Easter Holiday Den Build & Egg Hunt – April 4–5 and April 11-12
If you’re looking to continue the Easter fun. then Rushcliffe Country Park are holding events in early April.
After building a den in the trees, children can learn about the park’s animals and their eggs as they explore the woodland trail to win an Easter reward.
Bookings should be made at the Ranger’s Office – tickets are £5 per child.