Join the National Trust for Scotland this Easter for an eggsperience like no other. With more than 50 Cadbury Easter Egg Trails to choose from at properties across Scotland, there’s bound to be one just an Easter bunny hop away.
On each trail, families will have the chance to collect clues, solve puzzles and even win a very special Cadbury Egghead. Best of all, each trail is unique, a great reason to try more than one.
It’s an ideal way to explore the charity’s properties while spring is in full bloom. Highlights include the stunning formal gardens at Pollok House in Glasgow, and the rugged coastline and woodland at Culzean Castle and Country Park in Ayrshire.
Then there’s Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire, where among the woods and gardens you might find red squirrels, woodpeckers and herons. At Newhailes in Musselburgh, there is lots to explore and even the remains of an 18th-century tea house to discover.
Or, why not follow in the footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots and lord it up like a Stuart king in the Renaissance gardens at Falkland Palace in Fife. Here, there will be egg races, face painting and a chance to meet the Easter bunny.
Marketing manager, Carly Lamberty says the properties are looking forward to these fantastic family events: “For the eighth year running, we’re working with Cadbury to make Easter an adventure for all the family. We’ve added Cadbury Easter Egg Trails to five new Trust properties this year, taking us to 50 trails across Scotland. From gardens and countryside to castles, palaces and country parks, we have something for everyone. All in all it’s guaranteed to be eggstremely good fun.”
For the full programme and lots of other useful information, visit the National Trust for Scotland website at www.nts.org.uk