Megginch Castle has been the much loved home of the Drummonds of Megginch since July 1664. Come and join with us in our traditional Easter Day celebrations: we need help from all ages to hunt for copious chocolate eggs hidden by the Easter Bunny. He will have hidden them among the swathes of heritage daffodils, in amongst the formal gardens, down the Beech Avenue (aided by his friend the Lollipop Tree Fairy), in the 18th-century cobbled courtyard, in the walled garden and extensive orchard and in amongst the two National Apple Collections! When you have had a good search round, head back for hot mugs of tea, home made cakes and sandwiches under the ancient yew trees.
National Plant Collection: Scottish cider apples, Scottish Heritage apples and pears
Champion Trees: Acer palmatum
Ten miles from Perth and Dundee directly off the A90, Perth-bound carriageway, 600 yards after the Errol/ Rait flyover, on the left hand side, 300 yards after Beware Pedestrians Crossing sign.
Sunday 21 April, 2pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· All proceeds to SGS Beneficiaries.