The city offers plenty of Easter activities, we have selected a few which are great for families with young children.
The Kew Gardens will have their annual Easter egg hunt and you can win a delicious chocolate egg. The weekend is packed with chocolatery activities, such as:
- Join the cooks at Kew Palace as they prepare some gorgeous Georgian treats
- Discover fascinating chocolatey facts on the Kew Explorer land train
- Create something delicious in our chocolate making workshops…
and much more other activities can be found on their website.
Children 16 years and younger have free entree.
Discover nesting, fluffy ducklings and more
Paint your own Easter egg, discover different kinds of nests from several animals, see ducklings, compete in a variety of egg-based games and many more activities at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust.
Wallace and Gromit musical
A whole new Wallace and Gromit musical marvels at The Hammersmith Apollo this Easter on Sunday 31st March and Monday 1st April only.
Wallace, an absent-minded inventor living in Wigan, Lancashire, is a cheese enthusiast who is especially fond of Wensleydale. His companion, Gromit, is an anthropomorphic intelligent dog.
Prices from £15.
Easter egg hunt
Have a nice Easter weekend by hunting Easter eggs on the Cutty Sark, one of the world's most famous ships. Walk along the decks in the footsteps of the merchant seamen who sailed her over a century ago.