Bring the whole family together this Easter and treat your loved ones to the magic of an Easter egg trail with the National Trust.

Get ready for a long weekend of fun and discovery as you spot the signs of spring, and experience nature bursting into life at the special places the National Trust looks after.

From creating wild art to waddling like a duckling, the trails have been designed to tickle the senses and immerse little ones in the natural world.

And of course, each National Trust Easter adventure in nature trail ends with a chocolate egg, made here in the UK using cocoa responsibly sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms.

Here are details about the trails taking place in Norfolk:

Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

Easter adventure in nature trail, 2 – 19 April.

The daffodils will be carpeting Felbrigg Hall yellow this April and the lambs will be gambolling in the fields, which means a visit to Felbrigg this Easter will certainly put a spring in your step.

Normal admission plus £3 per trail, includes a chocolate Rainforest Alliance Easter egg.

Horsey Windpump, Norfolk

Easter adventure in nature trail 7 – 19 April.

There’s plenty of Easter fun to be had at Horsey Windpump this year. Discover our family-friendly trail with 10 nature-inspired activities for you to do along the way. Build a birds nest, find the colours of spring and spot a red
admiral are three of the fun challenges to try.

Parking charges apply, £3 per trail, includes a chocolate Rainforest Alliance Easter egg.

Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

Easter adventure in nature trail, 5-18 April.

At the start of your Easter adventures in nature trail, pick up your activity pack to find the bespoke trail you’re going to follow. Find and complete the 10 nature-inspired activities that are hiding along the way. Track the bats, listen
to the bees and be a hedgehog detective, these are just some of the activities you will be able to enjoy, as you explore the gardens surrounded by daffodils and blossom.

Normal admission plus £3 per trail, includes a chocolate Rainforest Alliance Easter egg.

Sheringham Park, Norfolk

Easter adventure in nature trail, 2–19 April.

Wander through Sheringham Park and you’ll discover why it became the personal favourite of its 19th century designer, Humphry Repton. Today, you can spend a day here exploring 1000 acres of varying habitat including woodland, parkland and cliff top. The undulating Easter trail will take you into the wilder areas of Sheringham Park. Birdsong and maybe the call of a soaring buzzard will accompany your search for clues amongst the towering trees
on this approximately 1 ½ mile route.

Normal admission plus £3 per trail, includes a chocolate Rainforest Alliance Easter egg.

Click this link for more details about things to do at Easter with the National Trust.

Holding the Easter Egg earned by completing the National Trust Adventures in Nature Easter Trail at Felbrigg Hall last year.