Easter Egg Hunts in London

 
 
 
 
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Easter Egg Trail at Fenton House
Easter Trail at Morden Hall Park
Easter EggsEaster Egg Hunt at Osterley
Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House
Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley
Lindt Gold Bunny Easter Hunt
Lindt Gold Bunny Easter Hunt
Easter Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Kensington Palace
ANNOUSHKA x Blakes Hotel 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 or enjoy a day with the animals at Battersea Park Zoo. Whatever you choose, it's bound to be tasty!

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Easter Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Kensington Palace

The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt comes to the home of the young royals for the first time.

Kensington Palace State Apartments, Kensington Gardens, London, W8 4PX

Tube: High Street Kensington Station

 

Dates: 06th - 22nd April 2019

 

This Easter - for the first time ever - the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt comes to Kensington Palace, the official residence of the young royals. Who knows, you may even spot William, Kate, Harry and Meghan doing their own Easter egg hunt. Scout around the palace and its gardens and, if successful, you can collect a chocolate prize. You can also meet King William III, dress up in Georgian costume and compete at coits, croquet and other Victorian outdoor games, with guidance from Princess Victoria and her governess Baroness Lehzen. Special Lindt Gold Bunny Hunts will be taking place at both Kensington Palace and Henry VII's Hampton Court Palace this Easter holidays.

 
 
 

Lindt Gold Bunny Easter Hunt

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

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

Tube: Richmond Station

 

Dates: 06th - 22nd April 2019

 

Hampton Court Palace hosts the 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. As well as the hunt, little ones will be able to run wild in the Magic Garden, get lost in the maze and meet Princess Caroline in the Queen's Guard Chamber. Further Easter activities include the chance to make your own Georgian style chocolate drink, decorate a ceramic chocolate cup and discover the story of royal chocolate. Download the free Time Explorers App before your visit and you can go on a digital adventure around the palace and become a secret spy at the Tudor court. Special Lindt Gold Bunny Hunts will be taking place at both Hampton Court Palace and - for the first time ever - at Kensington Palace this Easter holidays.

 
 
 

Maitre Choux: Easter Eclair Hunt

If you're out and about on the King's Road this Easter keep an eye out for eclairs.

Maitre Choux Chelsea, 59 Kings Road, London, SW3 4ND

Tube: Sloane Square Station

 

Dates: 19th - 22nd April 2019

 

Not the traditional Easter Egg Hunt but a three Michelin starred French pastry chef's take on it. If you're out and about on the King's Road this Easter keep an eye out for Maitre Choux's distinctive eclairs. Mini versions of the cream-and-pastry treats are being hidden all around the King's Road and those lucky enough to find them can redeem them for a dark chocolate eclair at the Maitre Choux shop. Go for the full indulgence and pair these signature eclairs with a cup of hot chocolate, made with three kinds of chocolate including, manjari, guanja and jivara and a touch of cinnamon. Well, Easter is the time for gorging on chocolate, after all.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Hunt at Ham House

Explore this beautiful 17th century property on the banks of the Thames near Richmond.

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

Tube: Richmond Station

 

Dates: 06th - 22nd April 2019

 

The National Trust's Ham House and Garden has laid a trail for its annual Easter Egg Hunt, all you have to do is follow the clues to find an egg-stra special chocolate prize! They've hidden 10 feathers of the birds which live in and around the garden at Ham House, a beautiful 17th century property located on the banks of the River Thames near Richmond. There'll be fun activities at each stop and if you find all 10 feathers you can collect your chocolate prize. With free games like hop scotch, a hopping bunny sack race and an egg and spoon obstacle course plus feathery arts and crafts throughout the Easter holidays, this is the perfect place to enjoy some Easter fun with the family.

 
 
 

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: 19th - 22nd April 2019

 

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. Meet across from the Snuff Mill to receive your hunt map and follow a trail around the park to find out about all of the animals and their babies and how you can help them. At the end, you'll receive a delicious Cadbury chocolate prize. With the River Wandle splashing merrily through the park, you'll feel a million miles away from city life.

 
 
 
 

Easter Egg Trail at Fenton House

Explore the magical walled garden of this National Trust treasure in Hampstead.

Fenton House, Windmill Hill, London, NW3 6RT

Tube: Hampstead Station

 

Dates: 19th - 22nd April 2019

 

Tired of finding places to hide the eggs in your own garden? Head over to Fenton House in Hampstead instead where they're putting on a self-guided trail around the garden during the Easter holidays. The magical walled garden here is 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 sunken garden, ancient orchard, kitchen garden and along hidden paths, your little treasure hunters are bound to work up an appetite. On a dry day, you can bring a picnic and relax among spring flowers while others seek out hidden treasures.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley

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

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

Tube: Osterley Station

 

Dates: 06th - 22nd April 2019

 

A National Trust property, Osterley House and its sprawling grounds are the perfect place for an Easter Egg Hunt. Enjoy family time this Easter with trails around the gardens of the stately home, one of the last surviving country estates in London. See if you can find the eggs decorated to look like the eggs of birds that can be seen at Osterley, hidden all around the Great Meadow. Find the eggs then visit the Stables Walled Garden to collect your chocolate prize.

 
 
 

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Red House

Discover the natural inspirations behind some famous Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris's patterns.

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

Tube: Woolwich Station

 

Dates: 10th - 22nd April 2019

 

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 where the natural inspirations behind some famous Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris's patterns are hiding in the garden with a message. Find all the designs, discover the messages and win a delicious chocolate prize. During the Easter holidays you can also have fun in the crafting tent decorating a mammal box to take home and provide shelter for those little creatures in your garden.

 
 
 

Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House

Find the Easter clues hidden around Sutton House and Breaker's Yard.

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

Tube: Hackney Wick Overground Station

 

Dates: 19th - 22nd April 2019

 

Can you find the Easter clues hidden around the historic rooms of Sutton House, a stunning Tudor mansion located in the heart of Hackney? Hidden around the oak-panelled rooms of Sir Ralph Sadleir's house, the traditions of Easter throughout history at Sutton House and Breaker's Yard are revealed. Once you've discovered them all you can claim your chocolate prize.

 
 
 

ANNOUSHKA x Blakes Hotel Easter Egg Hunt

A sophisticated alternative to your typical egg hunt.

Blakes Hotel London, 33 Roland Gardens, London, SW7 3PF

Tube: Gloucester Road Station

 

Dates: 13th April 2019

 

This Easter, the world's original boutique hotel, Blakes London, partners with fine jewellery label ANNOUSHKA to present a sophisticated alternative to your typical egg hunt. Golden chocolate Easter eggs will be hidden around the exclusive subterranean Blakes Below space - usually reserved for hotel guests - ready for children to discover. Among the eggs, there will be one golden Blakes Hotel x William Curley egg, which has been created as a special collaboration with the renowned chocolatier. Inside the limited-edition egg will be a signature 18ct Gold Diamond Initial Pendant on a chain by ANNOUSHKA. The first person to find the egg gets to keep the necklace, worth 745. Refreshments will also be available during the hunt.

 
 
 
 
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