The Easter Egg Hunt is a fun game in which children look for Easter eggs hidden in various parts of the castle. Every Easter Sunday more than 100 Easter eggs wait to be found by young explorers.
Before the hunt, children are explained the rules of the game. Having found an egg, the finder is entitled to a prize, but each child may only claim one egg. The game continues until all Easter eggs have been found. The castle's hens are very busy in the days leading up to Easter, but they will also ensure a pleasant company. They are eagerly awaiting all children who will come to play at the castle, and in addition to hidden eggs, they will also provide sweet Easter surprises.
At the event, you will be able to enjoy the Easter culinary delights made by the castle chéfs, all visitors will be invited to join in traditional Easter games such as the egg rolling or tossing. Adults will also be able to compete in horseradish grating and egg-peeling competitions.
The meeting point for the Easter Egg Hunt is at the LOWER COURTYARD, BY THE WELL, at 11 a.m.
We ask visitors to really wait for the signal to start the hunt and follow the rules, as we wish to offer the same opportunity to all children. We will make sure that, in addition to the hidden eggs, there will also be enough other, sweet and creative prizes, so that there will be something for everyone. The meeting point for the Easter Egg Hunt is at the LOWER COURTYARD, BY THE WELL, at 11 a.m. Thank you for your understanding.
An entrance fee
is required to enter the castle. As we expect an increased number of visitors on this day, we advise you to avoid crowds at the entrance and buy tickets here