Spread throughout Chatsworth garden and farmyard, there’s something for visitors of all ages to enjoy throughout the Easter holidays at Chatsworth.
The hugely popular Easter egg hunts will take place in the farmyard throughout the whole Easter weekend with lots of hidden eggs to find. The Easter Eggspress Trailer rides may even offer a glimpse of the Easter bunny.
In the garden, there are Bumblebee crafts and activities; a spring themed Easter trail of willow and wicker animal sculptures made specially for the garden this Easter, along with a free explorer’s map to help discover their locations; free face painting; horse and dray rides and the nostalgic sounds of a vintage barrel organ.
For more information on dates and time, visit www.chatsworth.org/events/easter-at-chatsworth
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The Chatsworth House Trust is dedicated to the preservation of Chatsworth House, the art collection, garden, woodlands and park for the long-term benefit of the public.
The charity promotes the study and appreciation of Chatsworth as a place of historic, architectural and artistic interest and of natural beauty, and encourages the use and enjoyment of Chatsworth by visitors for education and recreation.
Chatsworth is a member of the Treasure Houses of England, 10 of the most magnificent palaces, stately homes and castles in England. www.treasurehouses.co.uk
Chatsworth is only 16 miles from the M1, 10 miles from Chesterfield, and 8 miles north of Matlock, in the heart of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park and is well served by transport links throughout the UK.
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