Visited on Easter Sunday. paid £4 to park (free for NT members). There was a little nature type walk. The area was quite flooded because of recent rain. Walked around. Saw the spot where the Haywain and other paintings were inspired. Did an Easter egg hunt walking around a rather muddy orange route walk but it was a lot of fun (£2.50). The tea room was very busy so didn't go in there. Some really nice old buildings to look at. Will revisit in the summer for sure.
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