West Midland Safari Park is ‘eggcited’ to welcome guests for its new Easter event, which will coincide with the school Easter holidays.
Running from 9 to 24 April 2022, the Park has planned a whole host of fun, including an amazing competition, a trail, chocolate prizes and even the chance to meet the Park’s very own Easter Bunny character.
New for 2022, ‘Bramble Bunny’ will be building his burrow in the Park’s Discovery Trail, ready to say hello to guests, hand out chocolatey treats and have his picture taken with them.
In Bramble’s Garden, guests will find a photo point, complete with bright and colourful Easter theming. If guests post their picture with Bramble or at the photo point, on their social pages, tagging in the Park, they will be entered into a competition to win a fantastic prize of an overnight stay in one of the Park’s brand-new Rhino Lodges, for up to six people!
Bethan Davis, PR & Events Officer said, “As we haven’t been able to celebrate Easter with our guests for the last two years, we wanted to do something really special this year and make sure the whole family get involved. We’ve refreshed all our Easter theming and introduced a new character to the Safari Park family – Bramble Bunny, who I know the kids are going to love.
“Children will be able to earn a chocolatey prize if they take part in our ‘Eggsplorer trail’ and adults have the chance to win probably our best prize yet – an overnight stay in our fantastic Rhino Lodges. We hope everyone has an egg-cellent time with us.”
Little ‘eggsplorers’ will be able to win chocolate, by helping Bramble locate his Easter eggs. In his haste to build his burrow, he misplaced some eggs which are now muddled up with some of the animal nests. Kids will need to find the colourful eggs, scratch off the correct colour on their scratch card and then hand it in to collect their prize.
Guests might even have the chance to meet some cuddly bunnies at one of the Friendly Animal Encounters, which run at various times daily.
The Park’s Discovery Trail will be transformed into an Easter haven, with hundreds of colourful eggs, bales of straw, large flowers and will also be home to Bramble’s Burrow – a cosy den which is Bramble’s home for the two weeks of Easter.