Adventure park near Edinburgh to see the huge ‘Easter Bunny Cave’ with egg machine

A huge ‘Easter Bunny Cave’ is set to arrive near Edinburgh later this year as the city heads into spring.

Conifox Adventure Park has announced that it will launch a new Easter festival on its site in April, with interactive events and impressive exhibits.

Designed to engage the whole family, the grotto will be a “totally immersive theatrical sensory experience” for children aged 3 and up.

With the park ensuring families have plenty of Easter eggs, the experience will also allow visitors with Additional Support Needs (ASNs) access to exclusive sessions tailored to allow them to enjoy the thrilling spectacle in a more relaxed atmosphere. .

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After a story, the journey will take children from one stop to the next, with the tour also stopping in front of a giant ‘Easter egg machine’.

Speaking about the event, Confiox said: “There’s even more fun in store with: The Egg Maze Trail in the Magic Maze where solving the puzzle nets a Cadbury Chocolate Egg and search for Egg Maze Eggs. rare gold to win a special jumbo Easter egg – if the bad wolf didn’t find them first; Easter Olympics, where kids can challenge each other and big kids to egg races, spoons and bags, tug of war and more; an all-day Easter disco where everyone can dance to family favorites with Baxter Bunny; Easter Footgolf when Easter eggs replace balloons football and much more”

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The event will run from April 2-24, with more information here.

All Easter tickets include entry to Conifox Outdoor Adventure Park in Kirkliston, on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Indoor activity center tickets must be purchased separately.

Alicia R. Rucker