The best Yorkshire Easter egg hunts to take part in this weekend

Everyone enjoys a little indulgence over the Easter period, particularly when it comes to chocolate.

These Easter egg hunts around Yorkshire promise plenty of fun and entertainment

But if you want to add a bit of excitement to your foodie feast, these Easter egg hunts around Yorkshire promise plenty of fun and entertainment - as well as some sweet chocolate rewards. Here are nine which are not to be missed.

Kids will love tracking down eggs from hidden chicks around the farm, as well as enjoying live animal shows, meeting the animals and exploring the Bale Play Baaarn, where slides and bale mountains await.

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Hosting a Cadbury Easter egg hunt from April 19-22, from 9.30am to 4.30pm, visitors can follow clues around a brand new trail around the garden, where chocolate treats await for every explorer. Trail sheets cost two pound each.
As well as a hunt around the farm, visitors can enjoy a quiz, see the Easter Bunny and claim a free chocolate egg from the Easter egg machine. The event runs to April 22 with tickets priced at 13.95 each from the gate on the day.
Held until April 29, this Mad Hatter inspired egg hunt tasks visitors to track down chocolate treats following the White Rabbit's trail. There will also be springtime crafts in the house and a Wonderland village to see as well.
This free to attend egg hunt, held until April 29, leads visitors around the garden on the Rhyming Rabbit trail in search of animals. There will also be crafts and the chance to meet the Easter Bunny up to April 22.
This giant Easter egg hunt through the Enchanted Forest involves tracking down hand painted character eggs, including Humpty and Goldilocks, using rhyming clues and a map. The event will run until April 28, from 10am to 6pm.
Running until April 28, this family Easter egg hunt requires visitors to help Woolly the Sheep track his missing eggs, using clues located around the beautiful Piece Hall. Once solved, you can enjoy a chocolate treat as your reward.
Offering an egg hunt with a view, Brimham Rocks provides a wonderfully scenic location to track down some Cadbury chocolate this Easter, with eggs hidden among the rocks. The trail is priced at two pound per person.
The popular Cadbury Easter egg hunt begins at Gibson Mill and takes visitors on a trail through the woodland, where clues await to be solved to unlock a chocolate prize at the end. Trail sheets are priced at 2.50 each and the event runs from 11am to 3pm.