House manager of Gunby Hall, Astrid Gatenby has invited visitors to Join in the Easter fun at National Trust property Gunby Hall and Gardens.
On Easter Sunday and Monday, the public can take part in the Easter Daffodil trails through the house and gardens.
Letters will be found on wooden daffodils which have to be unscrambled into words to collect chocolaty treats in the tea-room.
“This time of year the gardens are bursting with spring flowers and the three floors of the house are full of interesting paintings and furniture. Picnics are very welcome, as are well behaved dogs on leads,” said Astrid.
“We already received a record breaking 4,000 visitors this season, and we hope to welcome many more local people during the coming months,” she added.
The tea-room will be serving hot and cold drinks, plenty of cakes and Easter treats.
Entry is Free for National Trust members, otherwise £4 for the gardens or £6 for house and gardens.
The trails (and chocolate eggs) are free.