Pendennis Castle in Falmouth will host an egg-citing Easter Adventure Quest.

From March 23 to April 14, kids can join in a unique egg hunt around the scenic castle grounds.

Organised by English Heritage, the specific quest is geared towards unveiling intriguing facts about Easter history, all while on a hunt for eggs.

Quest booklets are provided to all participants, guiding them on their journey.

On finishing the quest, participants get rewarded with a sumptuous chocolate treat.

Ella Harrison, event manager at English Heritage, said: "Get ready to hop into Easter with us at Pendennis Castle.

"Our quest is a delightful way to explore our sites and indulge in some chocolate while celebrating the spirit and history of the season.

"With the first day of Spring fast approaching, it’s also a lovely time to get outdoors with the whole family."

Falmouth Packet: Kids can join in a unique egg hunt around the scenic castle grounds

Joining the quest costs £2 per participant, on top of the usual ticket price.

Both English Heritage members and non-members can participate without advance booking.

It features daily from 10am to 5pm.

Beyond the experience of the quest, Pendennis Castle offers other attractions.

A historic monument from the 1540s, the castle has been overseeing the port of Falmouth since Henry VIII's reign.

An inside exploration of the fort, a secretive tunnel to the World War defences, along with an indoor play area, a cafe, and an exhibition make for a day full of discovery for visitors.

Tickets to Pendennis Castle start at £14 for adults and £36.50 for a family of two adults and three children.

Booking online saves visitors 15 per cent off ticket prices.

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