Join in the fun at the National Trust’s Gunby Hall and Gardens this Easter Sunday and Monday.
Take part in the Easter Daffodil trails through the house and gardens, which are free and this makes for a wonderfully low cost day out.
Find letters on wooden daffodils, attempt to unscramble them into words and collect your chocolatey reward in the tea-room.
This time of year the gardens are bursting with spring flowers and the three floors of the house are full of interesting paintings and furniture.
Picnickers are very welcome, as re well behaved dogs on leads.
“We already received a record breaking 4,000 visitors this season,” said House Manager Astrid Gatenby, “we hope to welcome many more local people during the coming months.”
Explore three floors of the hall full of interesting collection pieces amassed over generations from 1700 until 1963. Chat to the Gunby room guides to find out stories about Gunby’s interesting past.
The tea-room serves hot and cold drinks and plenty of cakes and Easter treats.
The hall is free for National Trust members, otherwise £4 for the gardens or £6 for house and gardens.
The trails (and chocolate eggs) are free and Gunby is open from 11am till 5pm. Call 01754 890102 for more information.
The National Trusts Tattershall Castle will also be holding Easter Egg Trails between Frdiay, April 18, and Monday, April 21, from 11am to 4pm.
All trails cost £2 and normal admission prices apply.