Aillwee Cave to Hold Easter Sunday Egg Hunt

March 30, 2015 / Ireland, Europe
Inside Ireland's Aillwee Cave.

Inside Ireland’s Aillwee Cave. Photo via
Germán Poo-Caamaño/flickr

As part of it’s Easter festivities, Ireland’s Aillwee Cave will be holding a hunt for Cadbury creme eggs on Easter Sunday, April 5th.

The fun begins at 1:30pm with the sound of the bugle, although hunters are encouraged to arrive around 1:00pm. Staff have hidden 3,000 eggs on the grounds— thankfully not in the cave itself—including one special golden egg.

Besides the egg hunt, there will be face painting and train rides available all day, egg guessing contests, a coloring competition, and games for grown ups and children alike throughout the afternoon.

At 4:30pm a flying display will be held at the Birds of Prey Centre and at 5:30pm the Easter bunny himself awards prizes from all the competitions.

For more information or to get tickets for the fun-filled day, visit the Aillwee Cave website.

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