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  • Burton Agnes Hall: East Yorkshire's hidden gem
    A magnificent family home you can share
  • Burton Agnes Hall: 'the perfect English house'
    Fifteen generations' treasures: Impressionist paintings, magnificent furniture, carvings, and tapestries
  • A calendar of events offering an inspiring family day out
    Home to the marvellous Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival
  • A house of immense charm and character
    Burton Agnes has a living example of a Norman Manor House, built in 1173 by Roger de Stuteville
  • Come and explore our stunning gardens
    The award winning gardens at Burton Agnes Hall offer something for everyone
  • Burton Agnes Hall: so much more than a stately home
    Spectacular spaces for families to relax, enjoy a picnic and run off steam
  • Garden Tours: a garden lover's dream...
    Learn about the history of the award winning walled gardens and explore behind the scenes
  • Enjoy some family time
    Set in the Yorkshire Wolds, Burton Agnes Hall is a brilliant place to seek inspiration, relax and simply unwind...
Easter Egg Hunt
Easter Egg Hunt
16 April 2017 - 17 April 2017
Easter Egg Trail
8th April - 23rd April, 11am-5pm
Children are invited to take part in an Easter trail around the magnificent grounds of the Hall, solving clues while exploring the extensive gardens. Once the conundrum has been solved, every child will receive an Easter treat.

There are puzzles to solve and games to play, while in the craft tent children can get creative with colouring. Excitingly, there is a giant golden egg to find, which the Easter Bunny has been hidden somewhere in the grounds!

Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday 16th April and Monday 17th April, 11am to 5pm
On Easter Sunday and Monday, children are invited to join the Easter Bunny and search for some of the many thousands of chocolate Easter eggs that are hidden in the Hall’s woodland.

The stunning gardens and grounds also offer a magnificent yew tree maze (perfect for letting off steam), giant board games including chess, draughts, quoits, snakes and ladders and hop scotch, while the Children’s Corner is the perfect place to relax and spot butterflies and bees emerging to enjoy the spring flowers.

Please note that dogs will not be allowed in the Woodland Walk during the Easter Egg Hunt. There will be an area of the Park Field (past the end of the pond) for exercising dogs and dogs will also be welcome in the gardens and grounds. 
We thank you in advance for your co-operation. 

Adults £7.00, Seniors £6.50, Children £4.00, Under 5's FREE
No need to book, just come along! 

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