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Enjoy an Easter egg hunt this bank holiday

Posted by Freddy Morton

People with Propex caravan water heaters considering a UK break this Easter have been told that the south east is the only place to go.

Over the Easter period, a host of museums are hosting Easter egg hunts, giving parents on caravan holidays the chance to have some family fun.

The Museum of English Rural Life's Bunny Trail, in Reading, is running from April 12th to 19th and offers families the chance to explore the museum as they search for special Easter prizes.

Entry is £2 per person and their visitors can explore its "collection of objects, books and archives relating to the history of food, farming and the countryside".

Alternatively, those planning a caravan excursion to Hampshire may want to visit the Easter egg hunt at The Submarine Museum.

Potentially more exciting for older children, this Easter egg hunt asks participants to use clues to crack codes in order to find their prize.

However, TalkTalk.co.uk, named the Easter egg extravaganza at Chatsworth House, near Bakewell, in Derbyshire, its number one hunt.