With the Easter Holidays on the horizon, the National Trust for Scotland is on hand to make sure you and the kids have a cracking time in Ayrshire.

Trying to keep your little ones entertained can be eggs-hausting (sorry) at the best of times which is why we’re sharing a little inspiration to help keep them occupied over the break.

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National Trust Easter activities in Ayrshire

Here’s a selection of the National Trust’s Easter activities that the whole family can try in Ayrshire.

Easter egg hunts

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National Trust Easter Walks

Easter craft ideas

Ayr Advertiser: Colourful Easter eggs in Easter crafts set. Credit: CanvaColourful Easter eggs in Easter crafts set. Credit: Canva

If the weather is less than egg-cellent this Easter, there’s still fun to be had with the National Trust’s craft tutorials.

Videos on the website show you how to make Easter crafts including Easter baskets and a Bean-bag Easter chick.

You can watch the videos here and find out more about the National Trust’s Easter activities and things to do via its website here. 

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How to buy a National Trust membership

Members of the National Trust can enjoy benefits such as free entry to more than 50 places, free parking at most of its sites and receive the National Trust magazine three times a year plus more.

There’s a variety of memberships available such as Joint, Family, Individual, Senior, Junior and Life membership.

Prices can be found when you choose the membership you’d like, here.

To buy a membership or to find out more about them, you can visit the National Trust for Scotland website here.