Littlebearabroad’s top pick for this Easter, and all egg hunters everywhere, Magical Millesgården’s egghunt. From the 13th April – 28th April, between 11:00 and 17:00. Good for all ages but best for between 4-14 years.
If you find all the eggs you must, a tasty prize waits at the end!
This egg hunt is taking place all week long (14th – 18th April), every day between 11:00 – 16:00. The Etnografiska museet is a beautifully curated museum with exquisite collections from all over the world. Hunting for your eggs will be more than a little egg-citing – ha ha!
You can find out more information by following the link to Littlebearabroad’s event calendar. Egg hunts and egg cups – Etnografiska!
Hunt for the princes’ gold this Easter at the Queen’s Palace, Drottningholms Slott. Can you find all the pieces and safely return them to the princes’ treasure chest? The theme for the whole of the Easter break is around ‘gold’. Who wore it, how did they fashion it and where you can see real gold in the Palaces’ interior decorations!!
Make the most of your day trip and enjoy the family guided tour of the palace at 11:30 and 13:30. You can read more about it via Littlebearabroad’s calendar. Drottningholms guldjakt!
On Good Friday, or långfredagen på Svensk, Björklunds Hage 4H is hosting an egghunt amongst its furry friends. Dressing up is encouraged påskkärring and påskharar are most welcome!
You must buy a ticket in advance – a ticket = a guaranteed egg! For more info about rules and what is to be expected, click on their Facebook Event link.
On Maundy Thursday (18th April), or Skärtorsdagen på Svensk, Kallhälls 4h Gård near Järfälla will be welcoming egg-hunters. The hunt itself takes place between 15:00 – 16:30 but the cafe and ponnyriding is open from 14:00.
Again, dressing up is encouraged and påskkärring are most welcome. Sign up via Kallhälls 4H Gård Facebook page, or on the day. It costs 50 SEK/ per person and per egg.
From the 13th April – 22nd April, The Easter bunny has been busy at Nordiska museet. If you find the Easter bunny’s eggs in the museum, you may have to exchange it for something good in the audio guide at the reception…
Find out more about the museums Easter break programme via their website.
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