Easter is a fabulous time of the year. Everything is new and fresh, the weather is starting to warm up and spring flowers are blooming. Add in Chocolate eggs, bunnies and family get-togethers and you have the recipes for fun times. We are going to hunt down all that can you do during Easter in London this year.
Walk with the animals
Fluffy bunnies and Puddle ducks are to be found at the V & A museums Beatrix Potter ‘drawn to nature’ exhibition.
Quack along to the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust at the London Wetland Centre for an Easter duck hunt. Can you spot the ducklings hiding in the bushes?
Rod Campbell’s books, ‘Dear Zoo’ and ‘Look after us’ come to life at ZSL London Zoo this Easter. Check out all the new babies being born throughout the park.
Putting on a show
The Amazing bubbleman is touring in Leicester Square, book tickets to see one of the world’s leading bubble-ologists.
Doctor Who: Time Fracture is on till the 17th April. Interact as much or as little as you like at this immersive theatrical experience.
Have a roaring time with The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre.Disneys show is sure to delight all ages.
See the Very Hungry Caterpillar turn into a beautiful butterfly at Kew Gardens. Follow a delightful trail based on Eric Carle’s much-loved book.
London’s newest park The Queens Elizabeth Olympic Park has some Easter treats in store. Including the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide taking visitors through gentle curves, thrilling drops and a tight corkscrew named ‘the bettfeder’ or bedspring in German.
Let’s all go on an Easter egg hunt!
Head to the V & A museum and hunt down some of the finest jewel-encrusted Faberge eggs. They may not be edible, but they are a feast for the eyes.
Hidden trails and egg-cellent activities are to be found at Kidzania during the spring break.
Discover hidden gems in London with a BucketRace Easter Hunt at Golden Square. Complete fun tasks in a scavenger hunt around London.
Go on a Chocolate shop crawl, hitting the 10 best chocolate shops in the capital. How many samples can you scoff?
Hotel Chocolat has a workshop for children learning the subtle and delicate art of chocolate decorating, also known as making a gooey, yummy, present for parents.
Or take the grown-ups Chocolate tour to find out where the Queen gets her favourite chocolates.
If you need somewhere to stay in the capital while you explore, then why not book one of our family rooms. These rooms are large enough for 3-4 beds and connecting rooms are available for bigger families.