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Your guide to all things Easter is below. I wish you and your family lots of special memories to look back on after this holiday break is over.

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The very best Easter activities for kids in London

Are you looking for ways to entertain your children in London this Easter?

Your search is over. Here is a list of all the fun activities I’ve found for families to enjoy around the capital this holiday.

  1. Easter Egg hunts (all ages)

    ~ You and your little ones can rub shoulders with royalty during the Easter Lindt gold bunny hunt at Kensington and Hampton Court Palaces this holiday between the 6th and 22nd April. Oh and if you bump into William, Kate, Harry or Meghan, do let me know!

    ~ National Trust properties are always bound to have something fun going on for children over the holidays, Ham House will also be hosting a Cadbury’s Easter Egg hunt between the 6th and 22nd April. There are free games like hop scotch, a hopping bunny sack race and an egg and spoon obstacle course and lots of arts and crafts throughout the Easter holidays.

    ~ It’s local, it’s fun and my kids love going every year - the Cadbury’s Easter Egg hunt will be held at Morden Hall Park between the 19th and 22nd April this year. Oh and their Quacky Races event on the 11th and 12th April looks like brilliant fun for all ages.

    ~ Fenton House in Hampstead has an Easter Egg trail between the 19th and 22nd April and also some brilliant craft activities throughout the holidays from 6th April where you can make yourself some bunny ears or create your own finger puppets.

    ~ There is lots going on at Sutton House in the heart of Hackney over the holidays including an Easter Egg hunt between the 19th and 22nd April

    ~ There isn’t any chocolate involved in this Easter trail but young detectives are sure to enjoy helping the Easter bunny hunt down clues to solve a puzzle at Fulham Palace this Easter - oh and as an added bonus this event (between the 6th and 22nd of April) is free!

    ~Are you after something a bit more sophisticated than the standard Easter Egg hunt? Then you should head over to the boutique Blakes Hotel which has teamed up with jewellery designer the ANNOUSHKA. Golden chocolate Easter eggs will be hidden around the Blakes Below space for children to discover. Among the eggs, there will be one golden Blakes Hotel x William Curley egg, which holds an 18ct Gold Diamond Initial Pendant on a chain by ANNOUSHKA. The first person to find the egg gets to keep the necklace, worth £745.

  2. Family Photography course (ages 8-13)

    Sharing my love for photography is something I am deeply passionate about and so of course this brilliant activity immediately caught my eye. And it’s taking place in one of my favourite places in London as well - the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich on Monday 8th April.

  3. Museum and Art Gallery Activities (varying ages)


    ~ Get creative at the British Museum on Monday 15th April making art inspired by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch- and the best thing? It’s free!

    ~ Between the 18th and 21st April, the Tate Modern will turn the Tate Exchange into an immersive games room. Accessible to all it includes games examining subjects including disability, housing and DNA.

    ~ Little fans of the Clara Button books should head over to the V&A on Saturday 20th April for a multi-sensory play session inspired by Clara Button and the Magical Hat Day
    ~ The London Transport Museum will dedicate their Open Weekend on the 27th and 28th April to exploring London’s Underground lines with creative activities for the whole family

    ~ The National Army Museum’s monthly Tiny Troopers session is on the 8th April this month. Aimed at under 5’s the sessions at 10am and 11:20am and are inspired by the posters of Abram Games, the subject of of their new exhibition.

    ~ Here’s another one for the under 5’s - the National Gallery’s Messy Mondays on the 8th and 15th of April will explore luminous landscapes in a morning and afternoon session.

    ~ The Museum of London’s Beasts of London event explores the fascinating role animals have played in shaping the capital. See if you can identify the famous voices who contributed to the show. Celebs include Kate Moss and Stephen Mangan.

4. Now Play This 2019

Somerset House will be hosting it’s annual Games Festival Now Play This between the 6th and 14th of April. It includes an immersive karaoke experience, the ultimate reaction test, virtual pets and an inhabitable enchanted forest (not all exhibits are suitable for children so parental guidance is advised)

5. The Southbank Centre

Everyone knows how much I love this venue and the Southbank Centre has a whole range of family activities over the Easter break. Highlights include a giant sandpit where children can explore music and designs through movement and a daily rise and rave party with DJ Anna Greenwood.

6. The Royal Opera House

The ROH still has tickets available for it’s Family Sundays Staggering Seafarers workshop on the 14th April which will focus on operas and ballets inspired by famous adventures across the sea to far-away places.

7. Old Spitalfields Market

The Fam East Family Social between 11th and 15th April is a three day family event for all ages featuring creative workshops and a pop-up market, including a free play space, a mini market disco, varying craft activities and face painting.

8. The Horniman Museum

Running until October, the Horniman Museum plays host to amazing wonders from around the world made entirely from LEGO® bricks. There are up to 50 models on display.