Easter Antics


Fun activities with your children this Easter

Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens always makes Easter a great event. Take part in games and learn about growing for the future. There will be the traditional Egg Hunt and story telling. Visit the Hive for a sensory experience. kew.org

Hampton Court Palace
The Lindt Gold Bunnies will return to Hampton Court Palace this Easter (6-22 April), hiding in the palace and gardens, awaiting discovery. With new stories exploring Hampton Court’s chocolate-related history to be discovered with every bunny found, there’ll even be the chance to claim a delicious chocolate prize!

London Wetlands Centre
A great Spring day out for all the family, with plenty of babies, bugs and buds as well as an Easter Egg Treasure Hunt. Find the ducklings and win a chocolate prize. Also pond dipping and learning how to build a nest.

Ham House

Ten different bird feathers have dropped in Ham House and garden. Can the children work out which bird they came from and claim their egg reward? Ham House is said to be one of the most haunted houses in the country, but during the Easter holidays it is full of fun activities for families, including an egg and spoon race and children’s crafts.

Museum of Richmond
Discover what life was like growing up in Richmond during World War Two. Children can find out how people would ‘make do and mend’  and make their own recycled patchwork bag – no sewing involved. 9-12 April, 10am-12pm. £5.50 per child.

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