Easter Egg Hunts in London

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Easter Egg Hunts in London
Easter Egg Trail at Fenton House
Easter at London Wetland Centre
Easter Trail at Morden Hall Park
Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo
Easter EggsEaster Egg Hunt at Osterley
Giant Easter Egg Duck Hunt
Giant Easter Egg Duck Hunt
Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House
Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo
Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley
Easter Dragon Egg Hunt at Shrek's Adventure
St Pancras International Easter Egg Hunt
 

 

You hear Easter, you think chocolate! Earn your eggs this Easter with a visit to one of these fun and family-friendly Easter egg hunts here in London. Spot the eggs amongst the beautiful scenery of various National Trust properties, track down dragon eggs at Shrek's Adventure or enjoy a day with the animals at Battersea Park Zoo. Whatever you choose, it's bound to be tasty!

 
 

Sketch Afternoon Tea and Egg Hunt

Add a bit of class to your egg hunt this Easter with a visit to Sketch.

9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2XG

Tube: Oxford Circus Station, Bond Street Station

 
 

Add a bit of class to your egg hunt this Easter with a visit to Sketch, where you can combine the fun of scavenging with an indulgent afternoon tea. Introduced just in time for Easter, the venue's new edition of its much-loved afternoon tea will be available across the long weekend in the Gallery. Master Chef Pierre Gagnair and the Gallery's team of chefs travelled across Britain in order to research tea time traditions, using stories from their expeditions to inspire the menu. Guests at Sketch on Sunday 16th April will be able to take part in the chocolate egg hunt around the venue.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House

Combine the best of modern and traditional with an Easter visit to Sutton House in Hackney.

Sutton House, 2 & 4 Homerton High Street, London, E9 6JQ

Tube: Hackney Wick Overground Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

Sutton House is a stunning Tudor mansion located in the heart of Hackney. A National Trust property, it's a feast for the eyes as you'd expect. This Easter, it's a feast for the kids as well! They can follow the clues around the grounds, learning as they go and being rewarded with a delicious Easter egg at the end of it.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Trail at Fenton House

Do the Easter Bunny proud with a visit to this National Trust treasure in Hampstead.

Fenton House, Windmill Hill, London, NW3 6RT

Tube: Hampstead Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

Tired of finding places to hide the eggs in your own garden? Head over to Fenton House instead! The majestic walled gardens here are full of hidden nooks and crannies to give even the most experienced egg hunters a challenge! With delicious chocolatey treasure spread over the grounds including the terrace, formal lawn, orchard and kitchen gardens, your little treasure hunters are bound to work up an appetite!

 
 
 

Giant Easter Egg Duck Hunt

Help the Wetland Centre find its missing ducks and you could win a chocolate prize.

WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT

Tube: Ravenscourt Park Station

 

Dates: 1st to 17th April 2017

 

Uh oh... the WWT London Wetland Centre has misplaced its ducklings. Who's going to find them?! Take a trip round this stunning nature reserve and keep your eyes peeled for the naughty missing ducklings; they're giant so shouldn't be too hard to spot! Discover all of them to win yourself a chocolatey prize! Additionally, keep an eye out for the 14 celebrity Dusty Duck Characters, made with the help of Aardman studios. You'll be able to spot Steve Backshall's explorer Dusty and Joanna Lumley's Absolutely Fabulous Patsy duck along with many more.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo

Keep your eyes peeled for Easter eggs hidden amongst the animals!

Battersea Park Children's Zoo, Albert Bridge Road, Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ

Tube: Sloane Square Station

 

Dates: 1st to 17th April 2017

 

This Easter just got a little more exotic! Never mind your run-of-the-mill garden Easter egg hunt, these eggs are hidden amongst the animal enclosures at Battersea Park Zoo. Don't worry, though, you won't be getting up close and personal with any predators. All you need to do is spot the brightly coloured eggs as you take a look around the zoo. Taking part costs just 1.50 on top of your standard admission fee and if you manage to find all of the eggs, you'll win a prize!

 
 
 
 

Easter Dragon Egg Hunt at Shrek's Adventure

Enjoy an egg hunt like you've never experienced before this Easter.

Shrek's Adventure, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB

Tube: Waterloo Station, Westminster Station

 

Dates: 1st to 23rd April 2017

 

Head to Shrek's Adventure! London this Easter for an egg hunt like you've never experienced before. During their tour of Far Far Away, visitors will be tasked with finding rare dragon eggs, which were accidentally delivered while en route to the Island of Berk. The eggs could have landed anywhere and you need to find them. As a reward, you'll then be able to visit the maternity ward to see a dragon emerging from its egg, watched over by the chief Viking Egg Nurse. The hunt is included in the admission price so visitors can also journey through the ten live fairytale-themed shows.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Hunt at Ham House

Follow the clues to find what's hiding at Ham House and Garden this Easter!

Ham House & Gardens, Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, London, TW10 7RS

Tube: Richmond Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

The National Trust's Ham House and Garden is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt again this year. Entry costs just 3; all you have to do is follow the clues to find an egg-stra special chocolate prize! A unique 17th century house located on the banks of the River Thames near Richmond, you can sit back and enjoy the view while the kids do the hunting. With art activities and story-telling all weekend and throughout the Easter holidays, this is the perfect place to enjoy some Easter fun with the family.

 
 
 

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Red House

Help Rossetti find his missing animals and you could win a delicious chocolate prize.

Red House (William Morris Museum), Red House Lane, Bexleyheath, London, DA6 8JF

Tube: Woolwich Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

Feeling creative? Red House, a National Trust property in Bexleyheath, was created by William Morris - founder of the Arts & Crafts movement. As you'd expect, it still hosts fun and inspiring activities to this day - and Easter is no exception. This Easter, the venue is hosting a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. William Morris's friend Rossetti has come to visit and brought some of his animal friends with him but they've escaped! Those who can help find them will be entitled to a delicious chocolate prize.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley

Follow the clues to find your prize at this stunning country estate.

Osterley Park and House, Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, London, TW7 4RB

Tube: Osterley Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

Enjoy family time this Easter with trails around Osterley Gardens, one of the last surviving country estates in London. A National Trust property, the sprawling grounds are the perfect place to take a stroll and welcome in Spring. Of course, it wouldn't be Easter at Osterley without the annual Easter egg hunt! Follow the clues using the map the Easter bunny has left to behind to find your delicious prize.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Hunt at Morden Hall Park

Escape the city and welcome in Spring with the Easter egg hunt at Morden.

National Trust: Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, London, SM4 5JD

Tube: Morden Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

Search across bridges, meadows and over the wetlands boardwalk when you join in the Easter egg hunt at National Trust favourite Morden Hall Park. A hidden paradise nestled in our bustling city, this is the perfect place to enjoy a little greenery. With the River Wandle splashing merrily through the park, you'll feel a million miles away from city life. As well as the egg hunt, which will get you searching for clues about different animals, you can get crafty by making a green Easter basket in the garden centre and bring it with you on the egg hunt.

 
 
 
 

Hunt the Bubbles

Not technically an egg hunt, this one is for the grown ups.

Bubbledogs, 70 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 4QG

Tube: Goodge Street Station, Warren Street Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Apr 2017

 

It's not just the kids who can enjoy some treasure hunting fun this Easter. The team at Bubbledogs have hidden 1,000 Champagne-shaped keepsake 'bottles' around Soho and Fitzrovia for a Hunt the Bubbles treasure hunt. Hidden high and love, inside and out, tucked away in offices and under bushes, they're everywhere. Find one and you're in luck as you can exchange it for a free hot dog of your choice at the Bubbledogs HQ on Charlotte Street. Simply post an image of the bottle on social media, tagging #HuntTheBubbles @bubbledogsuk, follow the restaurant and head to the restaurant between Friday 14th and Monday 17th April to claim your prize.

 
 
 

St Pancras International Easter Egg Hunt

Eggs will be hidden across the station this Easter.

St Pancras International Station, Euston Road, London, NW1 2QP

Tube: King's Cross Station

 

Dates: 10th to 14th Apr 2017

 

Head to St Pancras International this Easter for a station-wide egg hunt. Easter eggs with special codes will be hidden around several of the station's stores, which shoppers will be tasked with hunting down. Anyone lucky enough to find one will be able to quote the code at the till and claim a special prize, which ranges from free lunches to complimentary gifts. Belgian chocolatier Godiva will also issue Easter clue cards with every purchase which customers can use to win a small bag of mini eggs.

 
 
 

Lindt Gold Bunny Easter Hunt

Find bunnies hidden around the home and gardens of Henry VIII.

Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey, London, KT8 9AU

Tube: Richmond Station

 

Dates: 1st to 17th April 2017

 

Hampton Court Palacehosts its first ever Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt this Easter, inviting little ones to track down all the bunnies hidden around the beautiful home and gardens of Henry VIII. Having successfully discovered all of them, they'll then be able to pick up a delicious Lindt chocolate treat that has been lovingly created by the Lindt Master Chocolatiers. As well as the hunt, little ones will be able to run wild in the Magic Garden, get lost in the maze and spot Henry and pregnant Anne Boleyn in the royal court. Further Easter activities include the chance to decorate your own chocolate cup and a lesson on how the Georgians used to drink their chocolate.

 
 
 
 
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