CHILDREN have the chance to strike gold this Easter by taking part in a magical bunny hunt at Tatton Park.
The National Trust attraction is one of nine major venues across the country which are playing host to Lindt Gold Bunny hunts.
The hunt takes in the mansion, farm and gardens at Tatton Park over the Easter weekend, April 19 to 21, and coincides with Easter story time.
Step into the mansion and Cinderella’s magical story, before setting off in the gardens on an epic journey with the Lindt Gold Bunny “Around the world in 80 Days.”
Take part in fun tasks and games along the way, and at the farm be mesmerised by Kim Lewis’ charming children’s tales of rural farming life.
Children will be able to see Kim Lewis’ original artwork and follow the Little Baa trail to receive their Lindt chocolate treat.
The gardens and Little Baa trails start this Saturday, and Lindt Gold Bunny treats are waiting throughout this period.
Once upon a time story telling tales take place throughout the Easter weekend at all the Tatton attractions, and there is free entry to an Easter country crafts and shopping fair in the Tenant’s Hall.