6 Cracking Places to Explore in London this Easter

Easter, it’s the one weekend where you allow your children to feast on chocolate eggs and other tasty treats! But for a truly cracking time this Easter, celebrate with London’s best Easter egg hunts, events and outdoor activities. It’s good to get outside, especially after all that chocolate…


This year, Easter Sunday lands on April 16th but there’s a lots of egg-citing stuff happening from Good Friday and all weekend long! Read on to find out the best outdoor Easter hotspots.

Horniman Easter Fair – 15th April – 16th April – 10am – 16:30pm

For some fantastic Easter family fun, spend the weekend at the Horniman Museum and Gardens! Join Alice and Wonderland and explore Easter egg trails, create something crafty and nibble your way around all of the scrumptious food markets. This event is suitable for children 3 and over. Tickets: Child £4, Adults £1. See the full program here.


Battersea Park Children’s Zoo – 11th April – 14th – 10am-5.30pm

For some spectacular Easter fun, visit Battersea Park Children Zoo for a whole host of amazing events! Explorers have the chance to craft homemade Easter bunny cards, dress up as the Easter bunny and explore the site in a spectacular Easter Egg trail. Prices vary. See more here.


Easter Adventure Quest at Kenwood House – 14th April – 17th April 2017 – 11am-5pm

Can you complete Kenwood’s House Easter challenges? Set out on an awesome adventure hunt with a the family and try to crack some spring clues! See more here.


Easter Trail at London Wetland Centre – 10th April – 17th April

The London Wetland Centre is one of our favourite outdoor spots in the city, but some little ducklings have gone missing! Join the team and help find them this Easter. Successful explorers will win tasty chocolate Easter treats. Mmmmm. Visit the website here.


Moomin Adventures at Kew Gardens – 10th April – 17th April – 10am-5.30pm

Is your little one a fan of Moomin? Take a trip over Kew Gardens for a day out in nature and find the characters as they hide amongst the spring undergrowth. Attendees can join the Easter Trail to help find missing plants and get involved in craft workshops, held in the woodlands of Kew’s Conservation Area. Find out more here.

aerial view of Kew Gardens

Easter Exploration at Hampton Court Palace – 10th April – 17th April – 11:30am-4pm

Take a trip back to the Tudors this Easter and explore the home and gardens of Henry the 8th. Search for bunnies, gorge on delicious chocolate and search way way round the maze – oh and watch out for Anne Boleyn too! See what other activities are planned for the day here.

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