History, flying kites and Easter eggs
3:41pm Thursday 3rd April 2014 in What's on
Easter looks to be packed full of fun at Cilgerran Castle with the return of two family favourites to the site.
Good Friday will see both the start of the ever popular Easter Egg hunt where visitors will be able to join the Cadbury Eggsplorers as they, once again, support the National Trust at Cilgerran Castle to host this year’s Easter Egg Trails.
Joining the Good Friday fun will be old friends Pembrokeshire Falconry and their fabulous birds who thrilled visitors last year. There will be flying displays as well as the opportunity to hold a bird of prey for a fantastic photo opportunity.
Kids will love being Eggsplorers for the day, and family fun days will be held over the Easter long weekend at Cilgerran Castle. Fun starts at 10am each day. Falconry display starts at 11am.
Normal admission to the castle for these events and there is an additional £1.50 charge for each Easter Egg Trail.
What’s the connection between Cilgerran Castle and a Regent of England? If you don’t know then set aside Monday April 14 to visit Cilgerran Castle for the first in a series of History Tours to find out the answer to this and other questions you may have about this fascinating 13th century castle situated high above the River Teifi.
Conducted by local historian Glen Johnson, the tours will provide visitors with a lively and informative talk about the castle, its history, significance and role within local Welsh history as well as the bigger picture, including the connection between the castles at Cilgerran and Cardigan. Tours will begin at 11am and 2pm and are included in normal admission terms and conditions.
For more details on this and other events call 01239 621339, email email@example.com or visit www.cadw.wales.gov.uk .