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3 April

Easter Holidays at Hatfield Park

This Easter Holiday there is fun for all the family with our popular Easter Bunny Trail taking place amongst our wonderful Woodland Walks.

We are hopping for joy and so egg-cited to open our gates once again for the 2023 season and our Park and Woodland Walks are open each day of the Easter holidays, with the exception of Good Friday Bank Holiday* on Friday 7th April.  Our Gardens are open each Wednesday through to Sunday.

*Please note Hatfield Park will be closed on Friday 7th April. We will also resume to our normal opening times from Saturday 8th April.

Easter workshop with Splodgers

Get crafty with Splodgers at this special children’s Easter wreath making workshop on Wednesday 5th April, 10.30am to 12pm.

What you can enjoy on the day:
– An Easter wreath for children to create and take home with them as a memento of the day
– A delicious sweet treat per child, courtesy of the Coach House Kitchen
– Free child entry to Hatfield Park (with a paying adults ticket)

Tickets are £20 per child and can be booked by messaging Splodgers via Instagram  here.

Horrible Histories Hour

Why not give your children an educational treat this Easter Holiday and join us at the Coach House Kitchen for their Horrible Histories Hour, a wonderful historic reading by one of our talented Hatfield House Tour Guides.

Taking place each day between 11am to 12pm, from Sunday 2nd April to Thursday 6th April, the event is free of charge – simply bring the children along to enjoy a wonderful historic reading in the grounds of Hatfield Park, where they will learn all about our history from the past 400 years and beyond.


All those attending in a vehicle please enter via George’s Gate for our main visitors car park (AL9 5HX). Parking is free. For all parking information,  click here.


Pedestrians will be able to enter on foot or via public transport through our Fore Street Gate, please first approach the gate opposite Hatfield Train Station, where you will be directed you to Fore Street Gate.