Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts At National Trust / National Trust For Scotland For The Last Time

2020 will be the last Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt event
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts At National Trust / National Trust For Scotland For The Last Time

Each year Cadbury run Easter Egg Hunts in conjunction with the National Trust, and this year will be the very last ones. This April here are hundreds of egg hunts taking place at National Trust and National Trust For Scotland properties. Even better is that all children who take part can claim a delicious Cadbury chocolate prize!

Times and dates vary according to property, as do the fees. Some charge a fee or £2 or £2.50 as entry for the egg hunt, and that is on top of normal entry to the attraction, but a few are free to enter. There are such a wide range of National Trust properties that fees do vary an awful lot.

Some sites have an egg hunt running every day for the four day Easter weekend, and others just once on Good Friday or Easter Sunday.

Proceeds from all Easter Egg Hunts will go directly to the National Trust's charitable efforts to preserve heritage.

If you click on the link above you can search by area and get the details of the egg hunts near to you.

The National Trust Stops Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts

After 2020 there will be no more Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts, as The National Trust and Cadbury have mutually agreed to end their partnership. The National Trust has said this year's Easter egg hunts will be the last with Cadbury as it seeks to focus on "nature and the outdoors", and that it wanted to make chocolate "less of a focus". Health campaigners have welcomed the move, as the 13-year-old event is launched for a final time.

A spokesperson for the National Trust said: "While this year's Easter with Cadbury will go ahead as planned, we have both agreed this will be our last with the company. Now is the time for change as we look to increase our emphasis on nature and the outdoors. To reflect that in our Easter activities, from next year we will be making chocolate less of a focus. For this reason, it is the right time for us to end a partnership associated so uniquely with chocolate."

A spokesperson for Cadbury said: “The time is right to move on as we look for ways to bring Easter trails to more families, bringing joy to even more consumers at this special time of year.”

Want more Easter goodness? Check out the Best Easter Egg Deals here.

When is Easter 2020?

In 2020 Easter falls on Sunday 12th April. Good Friday falls on 10th April and the Easter Monday bank holiday is on 13th April.

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  • Mary S.

    we should take the kids x

    • Jasmine B.

      That looks fab! we should take them xx

    • Emma S.

      ... a few local to us :blush:

      • Kerry S.

        should take the kids here

        • Emily J.

          My closest one would.cost £36 and that's without travel. Think I'll stick to the garden lol

          • Lisa M.

            Families annual membership for NT is £9 a month for 2 adults and up to 5 kids. So many lovely places and year round family activities.

            • Emily J.

              Maybe worth it when we have a car. A taxi to my nearest one is about £12 one way

            • Karla M.

              this would be good over easter holidays with the boys

              • Katie D.

                they're doing it on the gondola and wary castle! Xx

                • Becky E.

                  Over £32 to take my two kids too expensive :sweat:

                  • Lisa M.

                    Get a NT annual pass and it's only £9 a month for the whole family! Unlimited visits all year round.

                    • Becky E.

                      Thats £108!! Dont have that money spare.

                    • Clare T.

                      Bourne mill are doing one xx

                      • Becky M.

                        we should go....good Friday in marsden xx

                        • Lee H.

                          Sounds good to me x

                        • Sue B.

                          Yep enjoyed last years xx

                          • Julia B.

                            Was really looking forward to his. But £38 is way to expensive, wouldn't enjoy the day knowing it had cost that much. Such a shame.

                            • Mandy A.

                              Our one is a castle and you can pay separately to actually go into it too or just pay the £3 each for the hunt, there's always loads on in the grounds, rides, stalls, the hunt, so worth phoning to check about the entrance cost x

                              • Lucy E.

                                If u join it's only £9 a month for a family, depends whether u go to them a lot or not x

                              • Gemma H.

                                So you have to pay the admissions cost on top of the money to take part. Cheaper to do one yourself

                                • Jackie W.

                                  Yer I've been looking at these after seeing the tv advert stupid amout of times :blush:there's one at Dunham I didn't look at prices though xx

                                  • Lindsey N.

                                    Smith hills farm always do an Easter egg hunt over the Easter . Think we shall stick to that as that isn't stupid prices then price of egg hunt on top Xx

                                    • Michelle C.

                                      We will be doing the the 3 near us making the most of our national trust membership :thumbsup_tone1::thumbsup_tone1:

                                      • Helen H.

                                        I think you only pay if you want to go around the stately homes? Thought the grounds were free and u pay for parking??

                                        • Katie S.

                                          I saw this when we were last there :thumbsup_tone2: xx

                                          • Joanne S.

                                            Not very impressed there only over the Easter :hatching_chick: wknd previous years there have been on for longer :thinking::frowning2:

                                            • Sarah P.

                                              Got ours planned- Souter lighthouse on Friday, Gibside on Saturday and Seaton Delaval on Monday!!

                                              • Lyndsey L.

                                                Nearest one is Petworth and likely the weekend I will have baby so can't really plan on stuff like that at the moment... Not unless baby makes an appearance before next weekend xx