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Easter Egg Hunt Kinedale Donkeys

Kinedale Donkeys, 38 Chestnut Road, Ballynahinch, Down, BT24 8JQ
Poster displaying details of an Easter egg hunt at Kinedale Donkeys, Ballynahinch


Come and join the donkeys for an egg-cellent event at Kinedale Donkeys!

Our Easter festivities include:

Egg Hunt with a Donkey: Enjoy a unique and fun-filled egg hunt experience alongside our friendly donkeys. 

Bonnet Making: Get creative with our bonnet-making activity and design your own Easter headpiece.

Easter Decorations: Dive into the Easter spirit by crafting your own festive decorations.

Meet Baby Chickens, Ducks, Bunnies & Goats: Interact with adorable baby animals, including chickens, ducks, bunnies, and goats.

Themed Refreshments: Indulge in delicious themed refreshments as you soak in the festive atmosphere.

Don't miss out on this egg-citing opportunity to celebrate Easter with our beloved donkeys. Secure your spot today.



  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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  • Booking Required

Special Offers

  • World Donkey Day Discount

    Celebrate World Donkey Day, 8 May 2024 with a 15% discount off Cuddle and Treks when using the coupon code: DONKDAY at checkout on this day.

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    Prices from £15

    Subject to availability

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£5.50 per ticket
Child£12.50 per ticket

Under 2's free

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Road Directions

From Ballynahinch, follow signs for Dromore and take the third right onto Riverside Road. Take the next left onto Chestnut Road and head straight over the crossroads. We are the first yard on the left through the white pillars.

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