Activities & Days Out / 27 March, 2024 / My Baba

Easter Extravaganza: Top 8 Egg Hunts In London You Can’t Miss!

The Easter holidays have arrived! If you’re busy planning things to do, why not book an Easter Egg Hunt in London and beyond? We’ve pulled together ten of the capital’s finest.

Humpty Dumpty Free Easter Egg Hunt

WHEN: Friday 5th April, 11-4pm

WHERE: Merchant Square, Paddington, W2


The egg-citing adventure will feature the delightfully dippy characters of The Egg Soldiers, Humpty Dumpty, and Queen Yolko Oh-No, who will bring the experience to life in a series of fun-filled family story sessions. Children and their grown-ups will work together to find all the broken egg pieces, gather the King’s Men, and put the nearly eight-foot-tall Humpty back together again before the King notices his buddy has cracked up. The Humpty Dumpty Easter Egg Hunt will be divided into six 45-minute sessions throughout the day, with limited spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Families can also embark on an Easter Bunny Hunt throughout Merchant Square, searching for Easter yard signs at various landmarks. Successful hunters will be rewarded with a chocolate prize.

Zoonormous Egg Hunt

WHEN: 29th March – 14th April

WHERE: London Zoo, Outer Cir, London, NW1 4RY


Following the family trail around the zoo, colourful eggs, both large and small, can be found along the way. Throughout the trail, there will be checkpoints where you must solve the clues to crack the code, eventually unveiling the mystery location of the Golden Egg. Those who find the Golden Egg will be rewarded with a tasty treat.

The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt

WHEN: 23rd March – 14th April

WHERE: Hampton Court Way, Molesey, East Molesey, KT8 9AU


Walking on the path around the palace gardens, keep an eye out for the Lindt gold bunny statues. You must match the red ribbons on the statues to the names of influential people who lived and worked at Hampton Court Palace. At the end of this trail, you will be rewarded with a Lindt Gold Bunny.

Easter at Camden Market

WHEN: 29th March – 1st April

WHERE: Camden Market


Camden Market is set to be buzzing Easter weekend, with an Easter egg trail, face painting, spring flower planting, family crafting, roller-skating performers, flower-powered street theatre, a kids rave, and a special visit from some of our favourite Easter characters!

Easter Trail

WHEN: 1st April 11-4pm

WHERE: Chelsea Physic Garden


This Easter, spend time in Chelsea’s beautiful Garden with loved ones following their self-led trail.  Armed with a map, you and your family will search for eggs hidden around Chelsea Physic Garden’s 4-acre site and learn about plants. At the end, each child will receive a small chocolate treat at the end.

Easter Adventure Quest

WHEN: Friday 29 March–Monday 1 April 10:30 – 3:30pm

WHERE: Chiswick House


Answer the questions hidden around the gardens and find the hidden eggs, and you’ll be rewarded with a tasty chocolate treat.

Easter Family Disco

WHEN: Friday 29 March–Monday 1 April 10:30 – 3:30pm

WHERE: Big Penny Social


Dress up and join the family fun this Easter with resident party starters, duo Ray & CC, as they bring you the coolest disco in town. Bubbles, interactive games, prizes and singalongs – all to a playlist of their favourite tunes that kids AND parents will want to boogie to. Plus the first session includes an Easter egg hunt!!

The Little Egg Hunt

WHEN: 18th March – 14th April

WHERE: Duke of York Square Chelsea


The charity Elephant Family has teamed up with Clarence Court eggs to fill Chelsea with amazing sculptures, boasting designs by big name artsy types including handbag creator Anya Hindmarch and artist Philip Colbert.

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