Meet the Nature Detective at Beaulieu this Easter and spot his feathery friends on a bird-themed treasure trail with family activities around the attraction from Good Friday, 30 March to 15 April.
Find the bird-named vehicles in the National Motor Museum, make dough bird shapes with Lord Montagu’s cook in Palace House and become a fully-fledged Nature Detective when you pick up your trail bag and go hunting for natural treasures.
Spot the Nature Detective as he drives around the attraction in his Willys Jeep, get your face painted like a bird and join in with bird making and colouring crafts.
Over the Easter weekend, 30 March –2 April, join the golden egg hunt and collect Easterthemed clues to be in with a chance of winning top prizes.
Find out more about the ancient art of falconry at the brand new display, Abbot’s Mews, then explore Mill Pond Walk to see woodland fairies and tree carvings.
Make bark rubbings and see how many topiary animals you can find. Fill your bag with feathers, pebbles, leaves and natural treasures, then pick up your Nature Detective bug prize.
All Easter activities are part of the Beaulieu general admission ticket, which includes entry to the National Motor Museum, new-look World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, Montagu ancestral home of Palace House, and the 13th century Beaulieu Abbey.
To buy advance tickets or for more information, see www.beaulieu.co.uk or call 01590 612345.
For the chance to win a family ticket to Beaulieu, enter our competition by answering the following question:
What is the brand new display at Beaulieu called?
Closing date is 16 March 2018. The first correct entry drawn will be the winner. Employees of Pulford Publicity Ltd or Beaulieu Events are not permitted to enter. There is no cash alternative. The editor’s decision is final.