Children will get the chance to win an Easter treat at a North Yorkshire visitor attraction over the Bank Holiday weekend.
A host of Easter-themed activities will take place at Kiplin Hall, near Scorton.
Young visitors will be invited to explore the grounds and complete a trail.
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Those who complete the trail will receive a chocolate prize.
Younger visitors will be invited to take part in the Easter themed activities in the Education Room of the Jacobean manor house which will open for the first time this season on Good Friday at 11am.
Bronia Gardener, Kiplin Hall business manager, said: “There’s a lot going on at the hall over the weekend including fun activities for our younger visitors.
“We have relaunched the tearoom this year to focus on produce grown here in our very own walled garden.
“For Easter visitors will be able to sample a range of seasonal cakes and dishes.
“It’s been a long and cold winter, but the Easter weekend at Kiplin is the start of what promises to be a really exciting and eventful year.”
Throughout 2018, Kiplin will run an exhibition entitled Birth, Death & Inheritance: 2018 – a Year of Kiplin Anniversaries.
The exhibition looks back at 200 years of family events for the country house former occupants and their relatives.
Other events planned for the year include a flower festival in June two hugely anticipated talks which focus on ladies’ fashion and our ever-popular ghost tours at Halloween.
Kiplin’s hall, gardens, grounds, tea room and exhibition are open from Good Friday and then Saturday to Wednesday until October 31.
The grounds open at 10am and the house at 11am. Both close at 5pm.
For more details and admission prices visit www.kiplinhall.co.uk