Stonor Park Easter trail

South Oxfordshire

Type:Childrens Events

Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG96HF

Tel: 01491638587

Stonor Park Easter trail


To celebrate Easter and to mark the lifting of lockdown restrictions, Stonor Park will host its annual Easter trail.

Hosted in its new adventure playground, Tumblestone Hollow and around the beautiful grounds of the estate, families will be able to explore the park to find clues, solve puzzles and word searches and receive a special chocolate treat at the Visitor Centre.

Tickets start from £8.50 and include access to the Easter Trail, the gardens and Tumblestone Hollow, the park's magical new adventure playground which is nestled in the parkland.

Suitable for children aged between four and 12 years old, Tumblestone Hollow is themed around the ancient stone circle from which the house takes its name – and introduces the characters who live in the playground, within its accompanying children's book The Legend of Tumblestone Hollow, written by well-known author Amy Sparkes and available to purchase from the Visitor Centre.

All visitors should follow the government's Covid-19 roadmap rules outlined in step 1, which permit that from the 29th March, people will be able to meet outside in groups up to a maximum of 6 people (the Rule of 6) or with one other household, though people from different households will still need to socially distance from each other.

Following social distancing measures and government guidelines, the park will be offering a limited number of tickets that must be pre-booked via the website and time slots of a maximum of three hours are available.

Easter trail prices: adults £8.50, children over 105cm £11.00, Children 92cm to 105cm £8.50, children under 92cm go free.

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Opening Times

Season (2 Apr 2021 - 18 Apr 2021)
Monday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00

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