Rev up your Easter holidays! See the sights, sounds and smells of motoring history come to life as vehicles roar into action in the Beaulieu grounds, then try on bonnets of a different kind in Palace House...
SEE MOTORS IN ACTION
DAILY CAVALCADE - 3:30pm
Hugely popular with Beaulieu visitors in the 1970s - 90s, we're reviving our daily cavalcade tradition for the Easter holidays. See vehicles spanning motoring history parade across the Events Arena at 3:30pm each afternoon.
SEE UNDER THE BONNET
Head into the National Motor Museum to peek beneath the open bonnets of remarkable machines. Make sure you ask the museum guides to tell you their amazing stories.
EASTER BONNETS, CRAFTS & Cookery
Dress Up In Costumes
Visit Palace House to try on traditional Easter bonnets and Victorian costumes. It's the perfect selfie opportunity!
VISIT THE VICTORIAN KITCHEN
Help Lord Montagu's cook roll out Easter biscuits in the Victorian Kitchen.
Get creative with free craft activities.
Have your face painted with Easter designs.
Complete your travel log
Fill in our new travel log to create memories from your visit and complete the fun activities. Collect stamps from each part of the attraction you visit.
Easter Weekend (18 - 22 April)
Visit us over the Easter weekend (Good Friday 18th April - Easter Monday 22nd April) to see the larger-than-life Easter bunny hopping through the daffodils!
Don't Miss: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 50 Years
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, visit the National Motor Museum to see props, costumes and original costumes from the film... and meet the four-wheeled stars!
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TICKETS & PRICES
All of our school holiday activities are included in your general admission ticket, which gives entry to all the Beaulieu attractions, including The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and more.
Ticket prices & information
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We were greeted by the housekeeper in Palace House, where the children had their faces painted, tried on the Easter bonnets and made biscuits in the kitchen.