With lots of outdoor space to run and play on, a visit to Chawton House is the ideal way to keep the kids occupied over the Easter Holidays.
Enjoy a family day out in the picturesque Hampshire countryside with a visit to Chawton House this Easter. Discover four hundred years of history as you explore the House and admire the stunning spring flowers that are blooming throughout the Gardens as your kids run and play on the South Lawn and hide amongst the trees in the Wilderness.
Don’t miss our special Easter activities too, which are sure to delight the entire family.
Enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt
Admire the stunning spring flowers blooming as you enjoy an Easter egg hunt through the Gardens. Find all the eggs hidden in the Grounds and collect your prize at the end of the trail.
We will also have a special trail for you to enjoy inside the House too, inspired by the fascinating women writers whose works can be found in our collection.
Our Easter trails will be available from Wednesday 13 April until Sunday 24 April.
Please click here to book your Easter visit to Chawton House.
Be Creative in One of Our Kids Art Workshops
Join conservator Victoria Stevens for one of our Kids Art Workshops on Friday 15 April, inspired by Elizabeth Blackwell’s stunning 18th century text A Curious Herbal.
In the morning, children aged 2-5 can join our hands-on Colourful Creatures workshop. Using natural pigments that they will create themselves, children will have the chance to paint fantastic creatures that they can take home with them afterwards.
In the afternoon, children aged 7-10 can participate in our fun Inky Fingers workshop, where they will step back in the past of book-making and make their own iron gall ink from scratch. They will also learn how people in the 18th century wrote using a quill and be able to take home their inky creations.
These workshops must be booked in advance so book today to avoid disappointment.
Why not pre-book a picnic bag to enjoy before or after the workshop? Find out more about pre-booking a picnic bag here.
Learn New Skills Together in Our Family Photography Workshop
Join Chawton House’s in-house photographer, Claire Lewis, for a fun and creative family photography workshop on Saturday 23 April.
Focusing on the stunning spring flowers blooming throughout the Gardens, you and your child will gain a better understanding of how to use your camera or phone to capture picture perfect photographs.
Find out more by clicking here.
Visit The Old Kitchen Tearoom
Don’t forget to visit the Old Kitchen Tearoom during your visit and treat yourself to something delicious. With lots of tasty Easter options to choose from, you are sure to find something scrumptious to eat.