Our Top Five Family Easter Egg Hunts

Here is our top 5 Easter Egg Hunt events happening over the Easter weekend in the Brecon Beacons:

Felin Fach Griffin Easter Egg HuntImage may contain: grass, outdoor and nature

Join us on Easter Saturday for our annual Easter Egg hunt. 10.30am start, weather depending. Egg hunting, Easter colouring and facepainting. More here.

Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt at Dolaucothi Gold Mines

Family fun this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend-30th March-2nd April.
Bunny has been up to his old tricks again. Find the clues around the mine yard and you may get a chocolatey treat! More info.

Daily Easter Hunt at Cantref Adventure Farmcantreff

Back by Popular Demand! – Daily Easter Hunt (Every day between 24th March – 15th April) Grab your baskets and hop to it and join the giant Easter Bunny on a daily Easter Egg Hunt in our fantastic Easter Garden. No matter if it is a rainy day or if it is fabulous sunny day; here at Cantref Adventure Farm we have loads of things to keep the kids busy in the Easter holidays! We are open everyday  from 10.30am – 5.30pm.

We are all really pleased to see a favourite family show returning to the Easter holidays –bottle feeding the lambs!  Everyone loves feeding the lambs and at Cantref you can cuddle up to the lamb and feed it all by yourself – a perfect photo opportunity for Mum and Dad! And that’s not all! Our Animal Encounters Tractor and Trailer rides
will be returning – check out the show programme to see what time they are running today! And there’s so much more!!

Easter Bunny Special at Brecon Mountain Railway

Come join Easter Bunny at Brecon Mountain Railway. Take part in our Easter Egg Hunt at Pontsticill Station, everybody will receive a little gift off Mr Bunny and a special extra gift for the finder of the Golden Egg. Trains run at 10.30am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm and 3.45pm on the Fri 30th, Sat 31st March and Sun 1st, Mon 2nd April. Booking in advance is advised.

Easter Trail at Tretower Court

Can you can follow the trail left by our “rambling rabbit” around the ruins of the 12th century castle and through the residential splendour of the 15th century court at Tretower – and hopefully find where he’s hidden those eggs…? More here.

Find out whats on at Theatr Brycheiniog this Easter here!

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