Goldsborough Hall are welcoming visitors to their historic grounds this weekend for an Easter Egg hunt.
Their ‘Easter Egg Hunt Trail’ will take place on Easter Sunday (4th April) from 11am-5pm, and is encouraging families to explore the stately home’s 12 acres whilst hunting for Easter eggs.
Goldsborough Hall are keen to showcase their Spring bulbs, woodland walk and the Limetree walk, which has over 50,000 daffodils on show.
Clare Oglesby, Owner of Goldsborough Hall, said:
“People can come and look at the gardens and the kids can go running around hunting for eggs that will be hidden in the woods.
“There’s a prize at the end for the children whilst the adults can get a sneaky look at the gardens – they’re looking absolutely glorious.
“We’ve got 12 acres in total, so there’s lots of fresh air and outdoorsy stuff for the kids to get involved in. Plus the daffodils are absolutely spot on, they look amazing at the moment – the limetree walk has over 50,000 daffodils planted, I haven’t counted them all but there’s quite a lot!”
And after a long closure, Clare told us how Goldsborough Hall is so excited to welcome people back this weekend:
“It’s been a very long Winter but we are very excited to have people back on Sunday. It will be nice to see and talk to people, and have the children running round again and admiring the garden.”
— Goldsborough Hall (@goldsborohall) March 30, 2021
The Easter Egg Hunt Trail will be available between 11am and 5pm on Sunday 4th April. Numbers are limited and booking beforehand is essential to allow for social distancing.
Find out more including ticket information here.