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Fun places to visit with the kids during the Easter holidays in London
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Fun places to visit with the kids during the Easter holidays in London

The Easter holidays are around the corner, and with so much fun easter activities happening in the capital, it’s hard to know where to start… We have rounded up some of the best places to visit in London to keep the whole family entertained.


Easter Egg Trail in Covent Garden


Covent Garden is celebrating Easter with a brand-new immersive Easter Egg Trail in collaboration with artist Caroline Dowsett, where you will see her bold and beautiful creations. 


Families can explore the vibrant Easter Egg Hunt, with the chance to win some incredible prizes, including a family stay and a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory afternoon tea experience at One Aldwych. For more information visit https://www.coventgarden.london/experience/easter-in-covent-garden/


Battersea Power Station


From 29th March to 14th April 2024, Battersea Power Station will be offering family fun activities to keep the little ones entertained. Visitors can visit SmileyWorld®, a free, self-guided art trail with 15 emoticon sculptures, each featuring a unique piece of art by a different creative that reflects a unique human emotion. Created by global arts producer, Wild in Art. Promising to bring lots of smiles!


Visitors can also enjoy a variety of ticketed SmileyWorld® inspired arts and crafts sessions, outdoor games, face painting and much more.


To book tickets visit https://batterseapowerstation.co.uk/events/smileyworld-season


Kid’s tours with Tootbus  


Looking to see the beautiful sights of London with an Easter twist? Check out the Tootbus London tours. Guests will have an eggscellent time on the open-top tours, which showcase iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, and Big Ben with fun and fascinating live commentary.

Kids will also be treated to complimentary chocolate Easter eggs on the 45-minute tour. Starting price: £20 For more information on Tootbus’s kid’s tour visit www.tootbus.com


The Marylebone Easter Egg Hunt 


The Marylebone Hotel is laying on a real egg-citing treat with 108 branded eggs hidden across Marylebone Village in shops and restaurants with prizes galore and not just chocolate! Keep your eyes peeled for the gorgeously branded eggs and claim your prize at their reception which range from discounts to treats at local stores Kastur Jewels, Designers Guild, Caroline Gardener, Fabriano Stationery, Pierre Marcolini, and Exhale Pilates and a luxurious night in The Marylebone Hotel’s terrace suite.


Take the whole family and enjoy the hunt, the fun starts at 11am on Saturday 30th March until all 108 eggs are located.


For more information visit https://108brasserie.com/easter


St Katherine Docks Easter Egg Hunt


The annual Egg Hunt at the beautiful waterside estate promises a weekend of fun-filled activities, from the 29th – 31st March, 12-4 pm daily.

Armed with clever clues, families can embark on a treasure hunt to decipher the locations of these colourful gems, each filled with chocolatey treats. A prize draw will take place over the weekend where one lucky winner will be able to get their hands on a luxury Easter Hamper from Fortnum & Mason, offers from restaurants and bars across the docks will also be up for grabs!


For more information visit www.skdocks.co.uk/whats-on/easter-treasure-hunt

Chelsea’s Easter Celebrations


Chelsea is set to be home to The Little Egg Hunt, a partnership between Clarence Court Eggs and The Elephant Family. From 18th March – 15th April visitors will be treated to 12 giant egg-shaped sculptures, each designed by some of the world’s most notable artists.


On Saturday, 23rd March Duke of York Square will be hosting an Easter edition of the much-loved Fine Food Market. There will be a programme of family-friendly fun, which includes balloon-modelling, face painting, and Easter crafts.


For more information visit https://dukeofyorksquare.com/whats-on/news/the-little-egg-hunt


Easter Egg hunt at The Table, Battersea 


Award-winning brunch spot, The Table, Battersea, is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Monday from 9am. Hidden Easter eggs will be placed strategically around the restaurant, waiting to be discovered.


Children under the age of 12 will receive small bags upon arrival, perfect for collecting Easter treasures scattered throughout the restaurant.

Get there early, to avoid missing out on all the fun!


For more information visit https://thetablecafe.com


Balloon Museum


The Balloon Museum has been the talk of the town, with photos of giant balloons plastered all over social media! Nineteen artists have created an installation in their own room, Each installation has a unique style and each one portrays a different emotion through the medium of balloons, think joy, happiness, fear and anger.


The gigantic ball pit, will get the whole family excited, it’s no ordinary ball pit, don’t worry we won’t spoil the surprise… The Balloon Museum is a pop-up and only in London until 14th April, so we advise you book your tickets now, to avoid any disappointment.


To purchase a ticket visit www.balloonmuseum.world/lp-london


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