April 2, 2009

Easter in London

There are many different plans for easter, but what would easter be with out it’s easter egg hunts. Here we give you a list of different egg hunts that will be happening in the up coming days. Enjoy!

… Easter at Kenwood House

April 11th up till april 13th Kids will have a blast  spending Easter at Kenwood House, as they scramble around the parkland on the wonderful English Heritage property. No booking is necessary,  simply turn up between 11.30am and 3pm and take the Easter trail for plenty of special Easter time fun.

…Easter at the Kew

If you really need another reason other than the explosion of spring flowers to visit Kew Gardens then free chocolate might be enough to convince you. Kids can meet the Easter bunny who’s helped by characters from Kew’s Climbers and Creepers for what promises to be a wonderful family day out. Mr Bunny is also the one who has a stash of choccy so children following the Easter egg hunt around the Gardens will have an extra incentive for tracking him down. While you’re in hot pursuit of those Easter eggs, keep an eye out for three costumed characters at different points around the garden. All you have to do to get a free chocolate treat is collect a token from each character then collect your prize from the Easter Bunny outside Museum. There’s no limit on places but it’s best to arrive fairly early as it’s first come, first served – and once the chocolate runs out (usually about 12.30pm or 1pm) that’s it

Easter egg hunt and workshop  at Battersea Park Zoo

Children will love to search for eggs amongst the animal houses. Check out all the exotic animals whilst you hunt for the hundreds of eggs located throughout the site. The Easter egg hunt runs from Saturday 4th April – Sunday 19th April 2009. Little ones wearing a pair of bunny ears during these dates can claim a poster as well. There will aslo be a card making workshop to make theur own Easter bunny card. The drop in sessions run from 10.30am – 12.30pm and 1.30am – 3.30pm from Tuesday 7th April and Thursday 9th April 2009. The workshops cost £1.00 and kids must be accompanied by an adult.

….Easter at Covent Garden

Celebrate Easter at Covent Garden with a fun Easter egg hunt for the kids. Running over the long bank holiday weekend, the hunt for chocolate will lead children on a Bunny Trail around the market building and piazza.
Starting at 2pm and 4pm each day over the bank holiday Easter weekend, families can join in all the fun of the Easter egg hunt, and take in all the live entertainment from the Covent Garden street performers too. Each child who taked part in the Bunny Trail for Easter at Covent Garden will be treated to a free Thorntons milk chocolate egg at the end of the hunt.



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