Easter egg hunt 2022 in Birmingham: best chocolate egg hunts near me - including National Trust trails

There are egg hunts aplenty across the region this Easter weekend

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Easter is almost here, and for many people that means the chance to get outside in the fresh air and hunt for chocolate eggs.

Across Birmingham, there are plenty of opportunities to take part in a chocolate egg hunt with friends and family.

Here’s some of the hunts that are available for you to take part in with your family across Birmingham and the wider area.

The Great Selly Manor Easter Egg Hunt

This Easter, the manor has a wide range of themed activities.

As well as the hunt, you can explore the garden and take part in the fantastic egg hunt, get creative and create some Easter themed crafts or play games in the lovely Selly Manor garden.

This event runs from 11-22 April, 10am-5pm (last entry at 4pm).

Admission prices are Adults £5, Concessions £4, Children £3, Family (2Ad, 3Ch) £15, Under 3s free.

Easter Egg Hunt at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Birmingham Botanical GardensBirmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham Botanical Gardens

The gardens have a host of easter events planned for this year, including an Easter Egg hunt.

Children will be able to take part in crafts and hear stories from the gardens’ very own Alice in Wonderland.

Bookings can be made through the garden’s website.

Easter Egg trail at Baddesley Clinton

Beautiful scenery at Baddesley Clinton (Photo from National Trust)Beautiful scenery at Baddesley Clinton (Photo from National Trust)
Beautiful scenery at Baddesley Clinton (Photo from National Trust)

The National Trust run house has Easter trail runs taking place from Friday 15 - Friday 22 April 2022, between 9.30am - 4pm.

Last entry is at 3.45pm and costs £3 per child, so come and explore the beautiful spring gardens at Baddesley Clinton.

At the start of your Easter adventures in nature trail, pick up your activity pack to find the bespoke trail you’re going to follow.

You’ll need to keep your eyes peeled for the eggs along the way.

The Duke Inn Easter Egg Hunt

The Sutton Coldfield pub is welcoming families into its garden this year to take part in an easter egg hunt.

Those who find the missing egg will receive a prize, and there will also be crafts and live music in the garden.

Easter at West Midlands Safari Park

West Midlands Safari ParkWest Midlands Safari Park
West Midlands Safari Park

Bramble, the park’s resident Easter Bunny, needs the help of young visitors to West Midlands Safari Park this Easter.

In Bramble’s haste to build his burrow, he accidentally misplaced some Easter eggs, which have got muddled up with some of the animal nests!

Little eggsplorers need to find the colourful eggs, scratch off the correct colour and hand their trail in, so Bramble can locate the eggs. As a thank you, they will earn a chocolatey prize.

Spring Grove, Bewdley DY12 1LF https://www.wmsp.co.uk/wmsp-events/easter/

Easter egg hunts at Packwood

Packwood, which is an area of Solihull looked after by the National Trust, is holding Easter Egg hunts through the second week of the school holidays.

The Easter trail is open from Friday 15 - Friday 22 April 2022, between 9.30am - 4pm, with last entry at 3.45pm and costs £3 per child.

Along the route of the hunt, you’ll explore under logs and stones and see what you can find, listen to nature’s song and see how many sounds you can hear, squelch and squish through muddy puddles and lots more.