Savour the flavours of Doddington Hall this Easter
Doddington Hall in spring is a magical destination with seasonal colour throughout the gardens and Easter Trails as well as a captivating programme of events for the whole family.
The popular Doddington Food and Drink Feastival returns to the Coach House on Easter Sunday, 21 April, 10am - 4pm. This celebration of fresh, seasonal and local produce from a fabulous range of local artisan food and drink suppliers will showcase their produce including tastings and new line introductions. The Farm Shop team will be on hand to talk about their favourite products and recipe ideas. Entry to the feastival is free.
On Easter Sunday and Monday, 21 and 22 April, 11am-4.30pm (last entry 3.30pm) you are invited to follow the Easter trail through the wild garden and kitchen garden. Have a go at a Easter Eggsploration trail with a choice between an I-spy trail or Easter fact-finding trail and help Jolly the Unicorn find all the white rabbits to get your very own chocolate treat. You can also look forward to family fun on the Croquet Lawn with a range of traditional games.
The impressive Elizabethan Hall, which has more than 400 years of unbroken family history to explore, will also be open on Easter Sunday and Monday (additional admission fee applies).
Make a day of it: The Café will be open for breakfast, lunch, drinks and cake. The Coffee Shop situated in the Bike Shop will also be open for breakfast and light lunches
All trails (and trail treats for children) are included in Gardens admission (Adult £7, Child £3.50, Family £18). House admission applies. Book Hall and/or Gardens tickets online or pay on arrival at the Gatehouse.
The Hall and Gardens will be open from 7 April until the end of September every Wednesday, Friday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday from 12pm – 4:30pm (gardens open from 11am, last admission at 3:30pm). Admission applies.
To find out more, visit www.doddingtonhall.com