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Easter Fun at National Trust in Fermanagh


National Trust Crom

 

CADBURY EGG HUNTS
Visit us at Florence Court, Castle Coole and Crom from Friday 14 to Tuesday 18 April to take part in the Cadbury Egg Hunts across the estate! Bunny’s been to Florence Court and scattered clues to solve all over the estate. Get hunting for them – can you find one near the daffodils? Under the bridge? Maybe near the sawmill with its whirring water- wheel? Follow the clues around the estate and collect your Cadbury chocolate prize.

EASTER MONDAY FUN DAY
Plan a visit to Florence Court this Easter Monday for some spring-time fun on our Easter fun day, with music, Cadbury Egg Hunts, crafts and tasty treats from the tea-room. Florence Court will be getting into the spring-time spirit with some jazz and blues from Below the Line and some traditional tunes with a twist from talented musicians from the Dun Uladh centre. Enjoy your coffee from the Stables Tea-room outdoors and relax as music fills the stable-yard.
Make sure you have your face painted like Bunny to really get into the spirit! Get the kids involved in our spring themed Easter crafts as well to take home.

TRAVEL BACK IN TIME
Take a house tour to learn all about the history of the Coles from our fantastic tour guides, or do a bit of time travelling and tour the house with our maid, butler or footman to learn all about the ‘big house’ through their eyes in the 1920s. They’ll let you know their daily routine and all the big stories happening from the house at the time.

The estate will be showing off its sustainable past – visit to see the huge water wheel turning at the sawmill. Head to the Carpenter’s Workshop to see traditional wood- carving, or up to the forge to feel the heat as our resident smithy makes fire-pokers in the 1200 degree heat!

EASTER AT CROM
For an Easter Monday with a difference, visit Crom who’ll be hosting Lough Erne Heritage group and their restoration cot from 2pm onwards. Pop by to chat to the group about their work, take a tour on the water or have a go at rowing it yourself.


SPONSORED CONTENT BY: THE NATIONAL TRUST


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