Easter Holidays: The Giant Easter Egg Hunt

Special Event

RHS Garden Harlow Carr, HG3 1QB

RHS Garden Harlow Carr, HG3 1QB


Crag Lane
North Yorkshire


RHS Garden Harlow Carr


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  • Subject

    Special Event

  • Topic

    Easter fun

Hop on down to RHS Garden Harlow Carr this Easter, and discover where the giant painted eggs have been hidden around the garden – perfect for children and adults of all ages. The Garden Detectives will also be here to meet and greet you, and if you have found all of the giant eggs, you will get a tasty treat to take home.

The event dates and timings are as follows:

Garden Trail
2–24 April, daily

Explore the garden looking for giant Easter eggs. At each egg, you’ll find a clue to ‘crack’ and a seasonal plant to find.
Forest Schools Outdoor Workshop, location TBC depending on weather conditions
Mondays and Fridays, 11, 15, 18 and 22 April
10.30am–12.30pm and 1pm–3pm

Nature House will be joining us for an outdoor Forest Schools workshop, join the team for some outdoor fun.
Planting workshop, Event marquee
Wednesday 20 April

Why not join us and plant a ‘Chocolate’ Sunflower to take home with you. How high do you think it will grow?

Garden Detectives, Meet outside the Learning Centre
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12, 14, 19 and 21 April
11am, 1pm and 3pm

Join the Garden Detectives and enjoy activating your senses on our guided family well-being adventure walk.
There will be 3 walks per day, each lasting approximately 1 hour.

Dance performance workshop
Wednesday 13 April
10.30am–11.30am, 12.30pm–1.30pm and 2pm–3pm

Thumbelina – Movement, music and story workshop: A playful and interactive experience for under 8yrs and their families, combining movement, song and play to bring Thumbelina's adventures to life.

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