Follow the trail and find scarecrows with a story to tell about Mottisfont's history, and get crafty to make your own miniature scarecrow. There are also play areas to explore to make the most of your visit
Pick up a trail sheet from the visitor reception. The trail is aimed at younger children with thier familes and although there is some uneven terrain (on the lawns), the trail is suitable for buggys. Dogs on leads are also welcome.
Visitors are advised to dress for the weather as the trail is mainly outside.
Please note normal entrance fees apply with a further £1 for the trail.
For more information, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/mottisfont
Image credits: The National trust -Mottisfont
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