Easter Egg Hunt at The Roof Gardens

Explore the magnificent Spanish Garden 100 ft above Kensington High Street at The Roof Gardens this Easter Sunday, and search for chocolatey goodies on an Easter egg hunt at 11.45am. They’ve teamed up with chocolatiers Choccywoccydoodah for the hunt, and for an extra special treat they’ll be offering our chocolate hunters the opportunity to win a giant egg created by Choccywoccydoodah!

The bar will be open from 11am serving tea and coffee and something a little stronger from 12pm, so while the little ones unearth hidden delights under the watchful eye of the Easter Bunny, parents can relax in the gardens with a drink in hand.

WHERE: Kensington Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA
WHEN: Sunday 5th April
TICKETS: Contact Direct


Become a Cadbury’s Eggsplorer!

For the eighth year running, Cadbury are supporting the National Trust to bring you over 300 Easter Egg Trails – a great family day out!

WHERE: Various around England
WHEN: Friday 3rd – Monday 6th April
TICKETS:  Check out their website, eastereggtrail.com to find the nearest Cadbury’s trail to you.


Shaun the Sheep Easter Egg Hunt at Kew Gardens

Join Shaun the Sheep and his real life friends for Kew’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. There will be lots of fun family activities running throughout the festival, from Welly Wanging in our Madcap Meadow to collecting stamps along Timmy’s Springtime Trail.

WHERE: Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens), Kew, Richmond, London TW9 3AB
WHEN: Sunday 5th April
TICKETS: Be sure to book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment on the day.


Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo

How many lucky zoo animals have got colourful Easter eggs this year?

To join in the Easter fun simply purchase a quiz sheet upon entry & use the clues to help you work out where the eggs are.  From giant rabbits to miniature Shetland ponies, your mission is to discover where the chocolate eggs are hidden by searching among the zoo’s unique range of exotic animals.

WHERE: Battersea Park Children’s Zoo, Albert Bridge Road, Battersea Park, London SW11 4NJ
WHEN: Saturday 28th March – Sunday 5th April
TICKETS: Easter Egg Hunt Costs £1 (includes a prize)

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Easter Egg Hunt at Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark’s Easter Egg Hunt is designed like a treasure trail, tasking children and adults to find hidden eggs around the ship. What’s more, children aged 7 – 11 can book in for Cutty Sark’s first ever sleepover this Easter, enjoying games and storytelling, while learning how to hoist the flag! There’s even a chance to win a family ticket to Camp Bestival.

WHERE: Cutty Sark, King William Walk, West Greenwich, London SE10 9HT
WHEN: Friday 3rd – Monday 6th April
TICKETS: FREE with entry: £13.50 (Adults), £11.50 (Concs), £7 (Children), £24/£35 (Family)


Giant Easter Duck Hunt

Some ducklings have gone missing over at the London Wetland Centre, can you help us find them?  Follow their GIANT Easter duck trail around our beautiful nature reserve to discover where the BIG Yellow Ducklings are hiding. The winner to discover them all will receive a Cadbury Freddo Frog!

There are a whole host of other activities happening over Easter at the Wetland Centre, how about decorating your own colourful duckling to take home in their duck painting eggs-travaganza? Ther are lots of egg-citing games such as egg and spoon races and egg rolling. You can also borrow a net and do a spot of pond dipping.  So put a spring in your step and come along to London Wetland Centre for an Easter adventure.

WHERE: WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London SW13 9WT
WHEN: 28th March – 12th April
TICKETS: The trails are £1.00 each including a small prize; there is a charge for the duck painting.  Normal admission charges apply.


Kensington Palace Easter Egg Trail

There’s an Easter Egg Hunt through palace this Easter weekend where you can discover more about the four-legged courtiers that were the closest companions to some of our remarkable royal residents. From pugs to parrots, tigers to turtles – touch, smell, listen and walk in the paw prints of our lesser known palace personalities to solve the clues and claim your prize!

WHERE: Kensington Palace
WHEN: Friday 3rd April – Monday 6th April
TICKETS: Trail included in admission price. Kids go free but must be accompanied by an adult


Easter Egg Hunt at Ham House

Follow their beautiful spring trail in the gardens to win a Cadbury’s Chocolate Egghead.

WHERE: Ham House & Gardens, Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, London, TW10 7RS
WHEN: Friday 3rd – Monday 6th April
TICKETS: Booking not needed, just turn up on the day

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Bamford’s Rabbit Themed Easter Egg Hunt

This Easter, Bamford invite you to bring your children for a unique shopping experience in our London and Gloucestershire stores. Both stores will be open during the Easter period on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Monday. Whilst you shop the SS15 Ready to Wear, Bath & Body and Home Collection, you can be assured that your little ones will be entertained with a special chocolate eggs hunt around both Bamford’s stores.

WHERE: Bamford Draycott Avenue, London and the Barn, Gloucestershire Shops
WHEN: Friday 3rd April – Monday 6th April
TICKETS: None required


Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley Park and House

This Easter Osterley Park and House turns the annual Egg Hunt into a game of exploration by giving children a make-it-yourself pith helmet, a trail journal containing all the clues they need to complete the trail and an Eggsplorer Passport to be stamped along the way. Explore Osterley’s ornamental lakes, see which blossoming flowers and hidden wildlife you can spot, have fun on rope swings and build a den as you try and crack the clues on your Easter adventure and win a Cadbury’s chocolate treat. Be sure to get there early as there’s no booking and prizes are only available while stocks last.

WHERE: Osterley Park and House, Jersey Road, Isleworth, TW7 4RB
WHEN: Friday 3rd April – Monday 6th April
TICKETS: £8.40 (Adults), £4.20 (Children), Standard price includes admission to the house and gardens. Tickets for the gardens only are £3.70 (Adults), £1.75 (Children) | Admission to the park is FREE