Park Hall Farm to host dinosaur egg hunt this Easter

Park Hall Farm are busy preparing a prehistoric adventure for kids that promises to be much more than a regular egg hunt this Easter.

Children are invited on a journey to become a dinosaur trainer, every day from 4th – 19th April at Park Hall. Their mission will be to complete a number of tasks around the farm, whilst finding all of the hidden dinosaur eggs.

Richard Powell, owner - director at Park Hall, describes this brand new event, “We will be ramping up the Easter entertainment with a range of activities to equip youngsters with the skills to become a dinosaur trainer! From dino jigsaws, T-Rex feeding, footprint rubbings, fossil finding, flying like a Pterodactyl and testing your bravery and balance – we are ready to train up Shropshire’s youngest dinosaur enthusiasts!

“Visitors will need to hunt out our dinosaur eggs that will be hidden around the farm. These precious dinosaurs will be born in time for dino racing this summer! A word of warning to visitors – they will need to look out for our Raptor, who will be making a visit to the farm!”

Access to the event is included in the standard admission price. Every child will receive a leaflet outlining all of the activities and they can take home a chocolate egg. Visitors will also have the chance to meet the new lambs in the huge indoor animal barn, plus they will have full use of all of the indoor and outdoor play areas, exhibitions and adorable animals, such as their Shetland pony, horse, pigs, rabbits and guinea pigs.

Discounted advance tickets can be purchased online from