HUNDREDS visited the Museum of East Anglian Life on Sunday for its Easter Fun Day and Easter Egg Hunt.
The Stowmarket museum hosted a range of Easter activities including an egg and spoon race, an egg shy, a chicken exhibition and an Easter egg hunt, which had children exploring every inch of the site in search of the tasty treats.
Visitor services manager Patsy Cane said the day had been a huge success.
She said: “We had lots of activities for the children.
“We had them making bunny ears, having their face painted – we also had guinea pigs out for people to pet.
“The weather wasn’t the best but considering that it went really well.
“There were a few hundred people who attended the event.
“We have gad a great response and from the feedback we have received it seems that everyone had a really nice time.
“We had chocolate eggs hidden in all of our buildings. It gives families the chance to go around all the buildings on the site and really explore the place.
“And the kids get chocolate eggs which keeps them happy.”