Magical plans have been revealed for an Enchanted Easter at Wild Place Project.
It will take place within the centuries’ old woods of the park which is the fastest growing tourist attraction in the south-west.
Children can go on an Easter egg adventure and solve a series of clues to find eggs hidden around the woods.
Wild Place Project’s popular Fairy Doors will also be returning. They will make up a Fairy Door Trail on trees around the woods. Each colourful door will feature a different fairy whose personality will reflect the folklore of the tree.
Nestling nearby in Webb’s Brake will be a wishing tree with multi-coloured ribbons streaming from its branches. Visitors will be able to write messages and post them through the Fairy Doors and hopefully make their wishes come true.
And there is a great opportunity for visitors to create a special souvenir of their visit with bark rubbing on some of the amazing trees in the woods.
Nigel Simpson, head of operations at Wild Place Project, said: “We wanted to make Easter a really magical time for our guests. Our Enchanted Easter manages to do that as well as bringing children and their families closer to nature in our ancient woods.