Vaucluse House and Elizabeth Farm have the perfect Easter Sunday treat for families!
Easter Sunday is a fantastic time to explore Elizabeth Farm or Vaucluse House this year, as each venue will host an egg-cellent Easter trail for families!
There will be a fantastic array of Easter activities happening at both of these historical sights, including traditional Easter games and crafts, egg-and-spoon racing, egg rolling, a chicken hunt (of the non-chocolate kind) plus a hot-cross bun ingredient challenge.
Grab an activity sheet and complete the fun tasks along the Easter trail to claim a delicious chocolate treat!
The kids can get crafty at the tinkering station and meet some feathered friends at the Kindi Farm. Look out for the cheeky chicks as you venture through the house and explore the kitchen garden - an Easter bunny’s paradise!
Afterwards, spread out on the lawn with a home-packed picnic or enjoy treats from the Tearoom. Participants of the Vaucluse House trail can also take advantage of a pre-ordered hamper or kids’ picnic box from the Vaucluse House Tearooms, which you can read more about and order here.
Bookings for the trail are essential to avoid disappointment.
Ticket prices include entry to Vaucluse House and the historic house at Elizabeth Farm, and all visitors are encouraged to take a look. The house is open until 4pm.
Don’t miss this Egg-cellent day of family Easter fun at two of the city’s most historic sites. your tickets for Elizabeth Farm here and Vaucluse House here.
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