National Trust Easter egg hunts and activities near Brighton Brighton News

The Easter holidays are upon us and keeping the kids busy is on every parent’s mind.

As usual, the National Trust is here to make sure you and your children have a great time at properties near Brighton.

Trying to keep toddlers happy can be exhausting (sorry) at the best of times, which is why we’re sharing some inspiration on things to do in historic places across the country this Easter.

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National Trust Easter Egg Hunts

If you’re looking for traditional Easter fun, an Easter egg hunt should be high on your to-do list.

National Trust sites across the country offer the opportunity to do this in beautiful surroundings.

These family-friendly Easter nature trail adventures include spring-themed activities to get little ones interested in their natural surroundings.

Trails cost £3 per participant and include a trail map, pencil and a Rainforest Alliance chocolate egg at the end.

Visit the National Trust website to find the nearest Easter activities.

The Argus: view of the South Downs from Devil's Dyke near Brighton.  Photo: PA View of the South Downs from Devil’s Dyke near Brighton. Photo: PA

National Trust Easter activities near Brighton

Properties near Brighton that host Easter nature trail adventures include Devil’s Dyke, Sheffield Park and Garden, Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters, Nymans, Standen House and Garden, Petworth, Bateman’s and Scotney Castle.

Devils Dyke is also hosting an egg rolling event to see how far you can roll an egg across the landscape.

For more information on these and other events taking place at these venues, visit the National Trust website.

Easter craft ideas

The Argus: Colored Easter eggs in an Easter craft kit.  1 creditColorful Easter eggs in the Easter craft set. 1 credit

If the weather is less good at Easter, there’s still fun to be had with the National Trust’s craft tutorials.

Videos on the website show you how to make Easter crafts, including Easter baskets and an Easter chick.

You can watch the videos here and find out more about the National Trust’s Easter activities and things to do via their website here.

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How to buy a National Trust membership

With a National Trust membership you can enjoy free entry to over 500 historic places, free parking in most National Trust car parks, a National Trust handbook, National Trust Magazine three times per year and access to the online members area, full of first look previews and behind the scenes features.

There are a variety of memberships available such as joint, family, individual, senior, junior and lifetime membership.

Pricing can be found when choosing the membership you want, here.

To buy a membership or find out more about them, you can visit the National Trust website here.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-10 23:01:00

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