Easter Egg Trail at Brogdale

Outdoor family fun during Easter Weekend

  • Beautiful blossom trees
  • Easter trail to hunt clues, solve a puzzle and win an egg
  • Visit by the Easter Bunny
  • Orchard walks

This Easter, Brogdale Collections is opening its beautiful orchards for visitors to enjoy an Easter Trail.  During Easter Weekend, families can take part in a trail throughout the orchards where they can explore their surroundings and hunt down Easter eggs hidden among the flowering fruit trees.  Follow the trail map to find all the Easter Eggs and solve the missing word quiz.

We’ve also heard a rumour that the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance throughout the weekend!

April is a stunning time of year at Brogdale’s orchards when thousands of fruit trees will be bursting with blossom and Brogdale Farm will be full of birds, inspects and nature.  It’s a great time to visit our wildlife garden and there’s also a lovely playground for younger children to enjoy.

Assuming lockdown restrictions allow, the Easter Egg Trail will take place on the 2-4 April.  Time slots and tickets must be booked in advance and the trail will take place over many orchards, allowing plenty of room for visiting parties to maintain a good distance.

These trails are a perfect activity for local people looking for a much needed  trip out of the house over Easter.  There will be plenty of fresh air, space for children to explore and opportunities for them to test their problem-solving skills while learning about fruit, growing and nature.

Ticket prices are £6 for adults (£5 concessions); £3 for children (under 3s free) and £15 for a family ticket (two adults and two children).


The National Fruit Collection is one of the largest fruit collections in the world and is located at Brogdale Farm, near Faversham, Kent.

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