This spring enjoy some egg-cellent Easter events across Cheshire. There’s something for everyone with Egg Hunts, Adventure Quests, magic shows and an Easter Crafts & Country Shopping Fair!

On Friday take your little ones along to Beeston Castle for the Easter Adventure Quest. You'll meet a courtly character from the past with stories of times gone by. This lively figure will help you on your quest as you explore Beeston and crack the clues to win your chocolate treasure.

Next join the Lindt Gold Bunny at Tatton Park for Easter Story Time and enjoy some of your favourite stories across the park. There is a fun filled programme of trails, storytelling, magic shows and puppet theatre that make the perfect family day out! Even better- every child will be rewarded with a Lindt chocolate surprise!

If you’d prefer a bit of retail therapy at the Easter Crafts & Country Shopping Fair will be at Tatton Park for the bank holiday weekend. Enjoy free admission to Tenants Hall packed with Gifts for everyone, specialist food producers plus craft, fashion and home furnishings.

Cholmondeley Castle will once again be hosting their Family Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday! Let the children run free in the gardens hunting for the hidden bunnies- when they find the bunnies they can collect an Easter Treat. With the stunning extensive grounds, children’s play areas, tea room and farm animals, there are lots of things to keep all the family occupied!

With many more activities and events happening across Cheshire, such as the Cadburys Easter Egg Trails at Lyme Park and Quarry Bank, get ready to eggsplore!

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Beeston Castle and Woodland Park
Heritage / Visitor Centre
Beeston Castle and Bridge - English Heritage

A magical site with something for everyone, stunning views to take your breath away, long walks through rich woodland for nature lovers and nooks and crannies for kids to hide in you’re sure to have a magnificent day out!

Tatton Park
Historic House / Palace
Mansion from the Italian Gardens at Tatton Park

Cheshire’s grand 18th-century country estate is home to an agricultural attraction like no other, where state-of-the-art audio-visual exhibitions animate old barns and bring museum-piece machinery to life.

Cholmondeley Castle Gardens
Castle / Fort
Events held at Cholmondeley Castle throughout the year

Extensive ornamental gardens dominated by romantic Gothic Castle, built in 1801 of local sandstone. Beautiful Temple Water Garden, recently extended rose garden with over 250 new roses, new 100m long double herbaceous border, extended and refurbished Folly Garden and many mixed borders.

Lyme
Historic House / Palace
© National Trust Images - Lyme Gardens

For a tranquil walk explore the Edwardian rose garden, ravine garden or luxurious herbaceous borders next to the reflecting lake where a certain Mr Darcy met Miss Bennett in the BBC production of 'Pride and Prejudice'.

Quarry Bank (NT)
Water Mill
The opposing Mill at Quarry Bank (NT)

Quarry Bank is one of Britain's greatest industrial heritage sites, showing how a complete industrial community lived. Here you can discover the story of mill workers, mill owners and how the Industrial Revolution changed our world forever.

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