AN EASTER egg trail at a famous Alloa landmark continues to be popular as it once again returned this year.

Alloa Tower welcomed numerous families on Easter Sunday and Monday as the historical attraction played host to its popular egg trail over two days.

The National Trust for Scotland property worked with Moo Free Chocolates to make the trail as accessible as possible to even more children, who also had the chance to explore the former home of the Earls of Mar and Kellie.

Maya Snoddy, visitor services supervisor at Alloa Tower, said the event once again proved very popular with Wee County and Alloa folks who were keen to collect all the clues to solve the puzzle for a reward.

There was plenty to do, including arts and crafts as well as face painting, with organisers proudly sharing all the artwork that was created as a result.

Next for Alloa Tower will be a Halloween event before the well-popular Victorian Christmas Fayre rolls around once again later in the year.

Meanwhile the tower, which was lavishly upgraded by John Erskine in the 18th century, continues to welcome visitors each day from noon to 4pm with last entry at 3pm.