Youngsters will get the chance to ‘eggsplore’ The House of Dun on this Easter with an Easter egg hunt.
The National Trust for Scotland and Cadbury have teamed to up bring a trail to the stately home over the Easter weekend.
This year, the theme is adventurers – children will receive a make-it-yourself pith helmet, a trail journal containing all the clues needed to complete the trail and an eggsplorer passport to be stamped along the way.
On completing, the trail they will be rewarded with a delicious Cadbury egghead.
Marketing manager, Carly Lamberty, said: “It’s fantastic to be working with Cadbury again to bring Easter fun throughout Angus. This year, we’ll be encouraging young people to eggsplore Scotland’s heritage and uncover all of the secrets that our properties hold.
“This is just the start of a packed programme of family events here and at Trust places all over the country, which will help turn Scotland into your playground in 2014.”
The trail takes place at the House of Dun between Friday, April 18, and Monday, April 21 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. and costs £2 per trail.
There will also be a similar event at J M Barrie’s Birthplace, in Kirriemuir, over the same weekend.