For those who haven’t bought an easter egg from the local supermarket yet and prefer the excitement of an Easter Egg Hunt, then have we got news for you. Get your best wicker basket out, as we’ve got top five unmissable Easter Egg Hunts in London!
Cutty Sark Gardens,
Opening Hours:13th– 14thApril 2019, 10am-6pm
Nearest Tube:Cutty Sark DLR or Greenwich
For a family-friendly egg hunt that’s a stone’s throw away from central London, we suggest checking out the Greenwich Easter Fayre! The egg hunt is completely clue-based, and takes place in some of Greenwich’s notorious landmarks. For all winning entries to the hunt, there’s a prize draw. If you’re not a winner – no worries! All participants will receive a small easter egg. There’s even an Easter Bonnet-making Workshop up for grabs at the festival, on Saturday 13thApril at 12pm. Book your tickets to avoid missing out!
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Red House (William Morris Museum),
Red House Lane,
Opening Hours:10thApril – 22ndApril 2019, 11am-4:15pm
Nearest Tube:Bexleyheath Station
Ever fancied an Easter Egg hunt in the glorious, open spaces of National Trust grounds in South East London? Well, now’s your chance! Red House, created by William Morris, and National Trust are proud to present their exciting Easter egg hunt for adults, children and all the family! William Morris was essentially the founder of the arts and crafts movement. So, of course, the hunt is crafted around the glorious designs and patterns by Morris. The aim of the hunt? Find all the designs, discover the hidden clues and win a chocolatey treat! Tickets are £4.20 for children and £8.40 for adults; bargain!
Image: East London Lines
2&4 Homerton High Street,
Opening Hours: 30thApril – 2ndMay 2019, 12pm-4:30pm
Nearest Tube: Hackney Central Station
Another National Trust treasure; Sutton House in Hackey, East London is holding an exciting Easter Egg trail in the actual building itself! The hunt takes place over the course of three days, only costing £2 which includesa Cadbury egg – nice one! As well as an Easter egg hunt, Sutton House has plenty more activities throughout the day, including a seed-planting in the Routemaster Bus out in the Breaker’s Yard (yes, it’s suitable for all ages; not just the little ones!) For a fun-filled, family friendly activity – we definitely suggest giving Sutton House a visit.
Opening Hours:20thApril 2019, 1pm-4pm
Nearest Tube: Stratford
East Village is back, and better than ever, with this year’s Easter Egg-stravaganza! Featuring a ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ theme with chocolate egg hunting, this event is fun for all the family! What’s more? There will also be a face painter on site to transform your little one’s faces into their favourite Easter character – how sweet! What’s even better? The event is FREE! Be sure to visit between 1pm-4pm for an exciting Easter egg hunt, with last entry being 3:30pm.
Image: Bluebird Café
2 Television Centre,
101 Wood Lane,
Opening Hours: 21stApril 2019, 10:30am
Nearest Tube: White City
Who doesn’t love a Sunday brunch AND an Easter Egg hunt all in one? The Bluebird Café at White City are combining the two, and we’re definitely on board. Whilst you sit back, and relax, with a burrata starteror a cappuccino, your little ones will be off on an exciting Easter hunt, searching for little chocolate treats in the sunny outdoors. Tickets cost £10 per child, and starts at 10:30am sharp. For a delightful Sunday brunch, which also keeps the kids entertained, then definitely check out the Bluebird Café!
We hope you’ve enjoyed our top five Easter egg hunts in London! Will we be seeing you exploring the wonders of East Village, or discovering the wonderful landmarks at Greenwich Easter Fayre? Let us know in the comments below! If you like our posts, you’ll love our Instagram.