The 2019 Easter Holidays are in full swing and spring is definitely touching down across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Nothing says Easter more than a fun family Easter Egg hunt and because there are so many taking place, we thought we’d offer a list of the best Easter Egg hunts taking place – The Easter Bunny sure does have his work cut out hiding all these eggs and surprises!
Easter Egg hunt with a difference
For an Easter Egg hunt with added adventure, enjoy a fun-filled guided paddle with New Forest Activities, along the Beaulieu River in stable ‘Canadian style’ canoes. Spend time taking in the stunning scenery of the river before disembarking for an Easter egg hunt with a twist! Leave no leaf unturned as your little ones hunt for those hidden chocolate eggs along the riverside. Then, depending on tides you’ll either paddle or enjoy a beautiful scenic riverside walk back to base.
Easter Activities at The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum
(The Museum will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.)
Easter at Eggs-bury
Discover the magic of spring in the New Forest at Exbury’s woodland gardens. Families are invited to hop around the gardens throughout the holidays on an Easter trail, with a special meet-and-greet with the Easter Bunny over the Easter weekend. See more…
Easter Family Trail
At Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, The Easter bunny has left a trail of clues and fun around the Gardens. Follow the self guided trail and receive a prize. Suitable for all the family. Children must be accompanied by an adult. See more…
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Mottisfont
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at The Vyne
This trail comes with a warning! Easter trails may induce bouts of care-free fun, smiles and laughter. In extreme cases trails can result in lasting happy memories.
Collect your £3 activity sheet from the start tent. Keep your eyes peeled for engraved wooden discs containing the clues you need to find. At the end, return to the tent to swap your trail sheet for a tasty treat. See more…
Easter Bunny Hunt at Gilbert Whites
Can you find the bunnies hiding in the gardens of this historic house? You will need to use your orienteering skills to find them all! See more…
Easter Trail at Emirates Spinnaker Tower
A special Easter trail encourage youngsters to explore the building in search of egg-shaped puzzle pieces to complete their trail! But be careful – there may be a few red herrings along the way! On 20th April, children will also have the chance to see CBeebies’ Bing and Flop! See more
If you have been on any of our attraction Easter Egg hunts – be sure to share your victories on out social channels using #HantsDaysOut