The National Trust for Scotland is set to make Easter a special ‘eggsperience’, with Cadbury Easter Egg Trails.
On the trails, which will take place at a number of sites across Angus, families will collect clues, solve puzzles and even win a very special Cadbury Egghead.
The Angus trails will be held at the House of Dun in the Victorian walled garden and at J. M. Barrie’s Birthplace Museum in Krriemuir.
Marketing Manager, Carly Lamberty, says the properties are looking forward to these fantastic family events. She continued: “For the eighth year running, we’re been working with Cadbury to make Easter an adventure for all the family! We’ve added Cadbury Easter Egg Trails to five new Trust properties this year, taking us to 50 trails across Scotland. From gardens and countryside to castles, palaces and country parks, we have something for everyone. It’s guaranteed to be cracking good fun!”
There are 50 Cadbury Easter Egg Trails taking place at Trust properties – for the full listings visit www.nts.org.uk.
The trail at House of Dun takes place from Friday, April 3, to Monday, April 6, from 12 to 4 p.m. Trails will be held at J. M. Barrie’s Birthplace from Friday, April 3, to Sunday, April 5, from 12 to 4 p.m. Each trail costs £2.
There will also be a Duck Race at Barry Mill near Carnoustie, on Sunday, April 5, from 12 to 5 p.m. Cost is £2 per duck.