Why we love... Easter at Godstone Farm

Hop into the Easter hols with a fun day out for everyone

Why we love... Easter at Godstone Farm
by Natalie Keeler

Are you trying to hatch a plan everyone will love for the Easter school holiday? Whether you want your kids to meet the Easter bunny or simply catch the first sights of spring, a day trip to Godstone Farm combines these activities and more.

And, the best part is, it’s easy to dodge April showers. There are activities to take part in whatever the weather. That’s what makes Godstone Farm a Giggly favourite!

This spring, children can enjoy a meet-and-greet with the Easter Bunny in the magical Easter grotto, with treats to collect along the way. Elsewhere on the farm, there's a thrilling trail to help you explore and meet some of the 500 animals who live there – plus, the chance to step back in time in the exciting Dinosaur Discovery Trail.

It’s the perfect time of year to visit, too, because you can meet all the baby animals that are born at the farm in spring – from goat kids and bunnies to cute chicks and ducklings, plus a miniature Shetland foal. We’ll be making a beeline to the animal handling area to feed the guinea pigs!

Easter at Godstone Farm

Don’t miss the enormous adventure playground, where your child can run and climb, hurtle down the all-weather toboggan while you enjoy views of the Surrey Hills. And we love the new 'wilding' area – Kate's Garden – which is full of natural play activities, including a sandpit and mud kitchen.

If you spot showers on the horizon, Godstone Farm has a brilliant indoor play area with a café, so you can sit back with a hot drink and snack as your little one burns off some steam. Or, if you haven’t brought a picnic, swing by the new restaurant, The Courtyard Kitchen, for a bite to eat.

Godstone Farm's Easter Grotto is open from 1st to 18th April 2022. View activities and book tickets online now.

Godstone Farm is situated in the Surrey Hills at Tilburstow Hill Rd, Godstone RH9 8LX.

This post has been commissioned by Godstone Farm, but all views are our own.