NECK & NECK

March 25, 2010

Easter for kids in London

Easter just wouldn’t be Easter without an Easter egg hunt. Easter Egg Hunts in London promise family fun and Easter chocolate at venues across the city for Easter 2010.
Happily, lots of London attractions are putting on Easter egg trails and other fun Easter activities for kids. ¡Let’s enjoy!

Easter at Red House
A big Easter Egg Hunt is taking place at Red House in April, with hidden eggs waiting to be found in a specially devised trail. Kids can also take part in egg and spoon races and make Easter bonnets too.

For more information click here

Battersea Park
Battersea Park Children’s Zoo will be the location for a massive Easter hunt in April, with plenty of eggs hidden throughout the site. Visitors can see a range of exotic animals whilst they search for eggs in a unique Easter event.

Read more here

Kenwood House

Go on the search for eggs at a grand Easter event at Kenwood House. Children can collect tasty Easter prizes in a beautiful setting beside Hampstead Heath.

Fore more information click here

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens opens a new outdoor play area for kids aged 3-11: Treehouse Towers features giant swings, zip wires, scramble nets and slides. A free Easter egg hunt takes place on 4 April, 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Have a look here

For something completely different (and scary) visit The London Dungeon this Easter where the Beaster Bunny will be stalking the dark corridors. Forget cute and fluffy, this bad bunny is six foot tall, foaming at the mouth and will eat anything…or anyone! 2-18 April.

¡¡¡ENJOY!!!

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