Published: 00:01, 16 April 2019
| Updated: 13:57, 16 April 2019
Children were on the search for Easter eggs on a heritage trail with some sweet treats.
Upnor Castle opened its doors to visitors and invited them all to try and find the eggs hidden around the castle grounds.
Families were tasked with writing down where they found the different eggs.
Some of them had fun facts on the back of them about the story of Easter and the history of the site.
Once guests had completed the trail, they won a small prize.
The trail continues throughout the school holidays.
You can head along and give it a go until Monday, April 22. Tickets cost 80p on top of usual admission charges.
The castle is open daily at the moment, 10am-6pm.
It is run by Medway Council.