Easter Egg Hunts in London for Easter 2022
Hop to it, folks! We've found some most eggscellent of Easter Egg Hunts happening in London for Easter 2022! Here's where:
English Heritage Easter Adventure Quests 2-24 April
English Heritage sites are in full bloom so hop over hop on over to your nearest setting for its Easter Adventure Quest. Eggspect a fun treasure hunt around historic grounds that your little bunnies will love. Kenwood, Eltham and Marble Hill are your London locations if you want to stay close to town.
www.english-heritage.org.uk/easter/ Various locations
National Trust Easter Egg Hunts 2-24 April
The Easter fun has already bounced into action at National Trust sites with gardens. The Easter action is happening from now and across the Easter bank holiday weekend including a trail filled with nature-inspired activities. Complete the fun and you'll bag a Rainforest Alliance chocolate egg made using cocoa that's responsibly sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. Trails cost £3 and some may need to be booked in advance, so check the website ahead of time.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/join-the-easter-egg-hunts Various locations
Peckham Levels Easter Egg Hunt
Bounce over to Peckham Levels for an Easter Egg Hunt around the foyer of Level 5 & 6 for a traditional egg hunt and Easter trail from 11am-2pm on 15-17 April.
Peckham Levels, 95A Rye Ln, London SE15 4ST
Merchant Square Easter Egg Hunt 13 April
A mysterious giant egg has been discovered at Merchant Square, so the Dino Eggsplorers have been called in to investigate. With their suitcase of clues, the Dino Eggsplorers will guide children and families on an interactive roarsome adventure, following the footsteps of some of the greatest prehistoric beasts! Join Tina Rex and Terry Dactyl for a BIG egg, cluefinding mission with games and activities at each dinosaur themed stop. Be warned: A real life dinosaur will also be on the loose. This event is free and will take between 11am – 4pm, with various 25 minute tours running throughout the day. Make sure to reserve your spot ahead of the fun! www.merchantsquare.co.uk/event/merchant-square-easter-egg-hunt Merchant Square, London W2
Yoshi’s Easter Egg Hunt at Kidzania 2-18 Apri
Nintendo + Kidzania in London = a fab Easter egg hunt to celebrate the launch of Yoshi’s crafted world on Nintendo Switch. Kids will earn extra kidZos for finding hidden objects all around the trail. www.kidzania.co.uk/whats-on/easter-holidays
Westfield London Shopping Centre Ariel Way, London W12 7GA
Wellness Action Alliance Family Easter Egg Hunt
Fun, games and whole lot of Easter family adventures are happening thanks to The Wellness Action Alliance (TWAA) from 11am-1pm on Saturday, just 5-mins from from Highbury & Islington Station. You'll find the activities near the top of Highbury Terrace Entrance & Tennis Courts, but make sure you pre-register before you pitch up.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/twaa-easter-egg-hunt Highbury Fields, Highbury Crescent, London N5 1UP
Hampton Court / Kensington Palace Lindt Egg Hunt
Both Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace have teamed up with Lindt for their Easter hunts this year where kids aged four to 12 years can explore the palaces and more than 60 acres of gardens in search of gold bunnies.
https://www.hrp.org.uk Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace
Easter Egg Hunt in Cannizaro Park
The Easter Bunny will be visiting Sunken Garden of Cannizaro Park for a traditional egg hunt that will include lots of fun and chocolates. Book your tickets ahead of the event, the proceeds of which will be donated to a selected kid's charity to help children in need.
Cannizaro Park, West Side Common , Wimbledon SW19 4UE
Easter Duck Trail London Wetland Centre
Fair warning: there is no chocolate involved in this one but there is still basket loads of fun to be had. A flock of bright yellow rubber ducks have been placed around the Wetlands and you're tasked with spotting them all. A quackery of a trail.
Queen Elizabeth Walk, SW13 9WT
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Trail at Kew Gardens 2-18 April
Easter definitely makes us very hungry just thinking about it, so we are loving news of The Very Hungry Caterpillar trail over at Kew. Based on the picture book of the same name by Eric Carle, this beautiful trail will lead your little critters through sculptures of juicy fruits and a cosy chrysalis along the way, teaching them cool facts about nature along the way. www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/the-very-hungry-caterpillar
Kew, Richmond, London, TW9 3AE
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