Saturday, 2 April 2016

Cadbury's 2016 Easter Egg Hunt // Holiday Activities


Friday the 25th and Saturday the 26th of March were two days of chocoliffic fun in Dublin's Merrion Square. The Cadbury's Easter Egg Hunt in aid of Barnados hosted four events over two days and it was a hoppening time! 


There was fun for the whole family including face painting, story telling, crafts, carnival games, magic shows, Victorian games and sack racing too. An Easter Bunny house was on display and Wooly Ward's Mobile Pet Farm weren't to be missed either! The furriest, softest little bunnies were on hand for the kids to hold and pet. 


Egg and spoon races

Knocking over chocolate eggs with rubber eggs

Face painting concentration 

Harry loves the real rabbits

The Easter Egg Trail was the egg-stra special, main attraction where children collected stamps for completing eight activities. The kids had to take a photo in the egg cutouts, pin a tail on a rabbit, count balloons and identify differences in photos, along with a few other rabbit-related stunts. Get all the stamps and redeem them for a massive golden chocolate egg prize!

Posing at the first trail station

Waiting patiently for their golden egg

With all proceeds going directly to Barnados, it was a super day out supporting a very worthy cause. If you're planning to go next year I suggest booking this event early because both dates sold out quickly. A family of four pass cost €20, which was more than worth it in the loads of chocolate you received alone! So glad we could participate this year and already looking forward to 2017's! 

Watching for the Easter Bunny at his house on the hill

Trying out one of the many Victorian Games

Thanks Cadbury & Barnados for a fabulous event!

4 comments:

  1. WOW! that looks amazingly fun! I love the idea of the activities to complete for the prize....a golden chocolate egg! this makes me want to sign up for next year!

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    1. You can never go wrong with a chocolate prize!

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  2. Hhhmmmm maybe an Easter visit next year, because this looks like such a great time!

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    1. There's never a bad time to visit, am I right?!!?! :)

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