Be an ‘Eggsplorer’ this Easter

National Trust teams up with Cadbury to offer families an Easter weekend of fun

Children playing in a tree at Tyntesfield, North Somerset.

It’s that time of the year again when Cadbury teams up with the National Trust to offer families the ultimate day out with their popular Easter Egg Trails.

This year, the Cadbury Eggsplorers Easter Egg Trail (3-6 April) will be inviting families to unleash their inner explorer with adventurous trails taking place across the country.

Jon Ducker, Visitor Experience Manager at Tyntesfield said: “The trails give an opportunity for all the family to explore and solve clues, to find objects, and ultimately their yummy Cadbury Egghead prize. It’s great to see everyone running around exploring the estate. We get the same families coming back year after year and they spread the word to all their friends.”

From spring woodlands and craggy coastlines, to historic houses and enchanting castles, there are over 250 Cadbury Easter Egg Trails to choose from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, guaranteeing a fun-filled Easter for everyone.

The Swales family (Imogen, Geoffrey, Jessica, Charlie, Katy and Madeline) love visiting over the Easter weekend and said:
“All of us love getting outside at Trust properties and with four children it’s great value for money. We get to explore the grounds and often discover different parts of properties we’ve not seen before; it’s a lovely way to get the children to tour the house. We all look forward to the long Easter weekend as we love doing the trails – we get to have lots of lovely days out and the children get some yummy chocolate too.”

All Eggsplorers will receive a delicious Cadbury chocolaty treat at the end of each completed trail, and every single Cadbury Easter Egg Trail will help support special places looked after by the National Trust for future generations to explore.

To join in with the fun and find a Cadbury Easter Egg Trail near you, visit or visit




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