What: Sacrewell’s Eggstravagansa
When: From 9am until 4.30pm from April 2nd until April 18th 2022
Where: Sacrewell, Thornhaugh, Peterborough, PE8 6HJ
Sacrewell is inviting visitors to explore a wealth of new beginnings this Easter as spring brings with it blooming flowers, budding trees and adorable baby animals.
From April 2nd until April 18th, a whole host of Easter-themed games awaits visitors in the farm gardens and grounds, including the hunt for special eggs hidden around the site. Great fun for the young and young at heart, fellow egg hunters are encouraged to work together to solve the clues that will lead them to a tasty chocolate treat.
Other egg-themed pursuits include the hunt for the golden egg during a duck hunt, egg and spoon racing, and the ‘egg shy’ – similar to the Coconut Shy!
Visitors will also have the opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny in the Bunny Burrow at selected times throughout the day, a special experience especially for children.
There will also be a special Easter Tractor Trail, with guests riding along on the farm vehicle encouraged to look out for hidden Easter objects whilst onboard. With limited slots available, visitors should book early at reception to avoid disappointment. Extra fees apply.
Another fun way to get into the Easter spirit is to partake in the Bunny Hop game, Sacrewell’s version of Hopscotch.
There will also be ample opportunity to get crafty, with children invited to create their own Easter decorations in the craft room to take home with them.
There will also be an Easter Bonnet / Hat competition, with a special prize awaiting the lucky winner. Those keen to take part can download a fact sheet with the ticket link that has hints and tips on how to make your own hat or bonnet. Every day, visitors are invited to show off their designs in a mini parade, with the winner of the day treated to a prize from the special prize bin. Those who forgot to make or bring a hat have the opportunity to dress up in Easter costumes and join in with the parade fun.
For lasting memories, there will be specially decorated Photo “Hops” areas where visitors are encouraged to take selfies or capture a magical Easter moment to upload to social media.
In addition to the Easter Fun Day, Sacrewell is open as usual for visitors. There are plenty of attractions to keep the whole family entertained throughout the year, including the 18th Century watermill, indoor and outdoor play areas and a host of loveable rare breed farm animals.
For further information and to book visit www.sacrewell.org.uk or call 01780 782254.