Ready for the Easter break? See our top things to do over the long weekend, from egg hunts to fairs and more!
Kew Gardens are hosting a fun-filled Peter Rabbit themed Easter with entertainment for all the family from 30 March to 15 April. Discover Beatrix Potter’s links with Kew, her struggles to be recognised in the scientific community and how this led her to create her world-famous characters.
Location: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond TW9 3AE
Opening Hours: Please check official website for more details.
Get a taste of Stuttgart-style hospitality during Alexandra Palace’s Springfest, with German beer, food and live music.
Location: Alexandra Palace, Easter Weekend
Opening Hours: please check official website for more details
Enjoy the Easter weekend at the Horniman with the whole family. Go on a Easter trail, create something crafty in workshops, have your face painted and join in family activities across the Gardens.
Location: 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ
Opening Hours: Please check official website for more details
With over 250 hunts to choose from around the country, it’s no wonder the National Trust’s Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt is on every family’s must-do list. Choose between locations like the Fenton House and Garden or Morden Hall Park, and for only £3, your budgets won't be scrambled.
Location: Vary, please check official website for more details
Timings: Vary across location, please check official website for more details.
There will be a series of jam-packed talks and shows over the Easter holidays from a new Lemur walkthrough to live talk programmes with birds, penguins, tigers and more!
Location: Outer Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4RY
Timings: Please check official website for more detail