Easter egg hunts and crafts are just some of the activities on offer at Kelmarsh Hall this Easter.
The hall, gardens and tea room will be open on Sunday, March 31, and Easter Monday, April 1.
The gardens and tea room will be open from 11am to 5pm, and visitors can look around the hall from 2pm to 5pm.
There will be lots going on for families, with an Easter egg hunt on the Sunday from 11am to 1pm as well as a range of children’s activities.
Normal admission prices will apply.
In the gardens, visitors will be treated to a display of daffodils and tulips as they make their way around the sunken garden, historic walled kitchen garden and double borders.
Visitors will also be able to learn about the history of the Grade I listed hall, with guided tours every 30 minutes.
The hall and gardens will then be open to visitors on set days throughout spring and summer until September 26.
For more information about the hall and its grounds, opening times and admission prices, visit www.kelmarsh.com.
The 2013 programme of events includes talks, flower workshops, children’s storytelling in the garden, plant fairs, a farmers’ market, a Halloween party and English Heritage’s Festival of History.
For more details about forthcoming events at Kelmarsh Hall, which is just off Junction 2 of the A14 near Kettering, call 01604 686543.