Easter Break with Kids in London 2022
Artsdepot you can catch a stage adaptation of Kes Gray and Jim Field’s bestselling books ‘Oi Frog and Friends (tickets from £9 – various dates in April).
Both Hampton Court and Kensington Palace have huge Lindt Gold Bunnies dotted around. Find the bunnies and discover stories about the people that lived and worked at the palaces. With a chocolatey reward at the end (paid) from 2nd-18th April – free under 5.
The National Gallery is holding drop-in workshops over the Easter Holidays for your child to create their own mini-masterpiece (free – first come first served – various dates in April).
Spend the day at the Horniman’s Spring Fair. with live music, crafty workshops, tours and lots more. (16th April – Adults £5, children under 16 £0).
Or you can save your energy for the Southbank’s Pedal Power Disco. – cycle and party – suitable for all ages – 16th April (free)
Maybe join The very hungry caterpillar at Kew Gardens (2nd to 18th April. (Paid)
Head to the Chelsea Physic Gardens with themed Chocolate Workshops on 7th & 12th April. How cacao beans grow, how it is made into chocolate, and design your own chocolate treats (age 5 up £20). They are also holding Easter Trails 15,17, 18 April with a chocolate or a prize. Chelsea Physic Garden Trail
At Fortnum and Mason – enjoy their creative workshop – Ceramic Bunny Painting. (£25 – multiple dates)
For all you Bluey fans out there – Whipsnade Zoo is planning a giant egg hunt with clues (2 Apr – 24 Apr 2022 ) and a chance to meet Bluey and Bingo (9-12 April).
Explore some of the National trust’s beautiful nature trails for an easter egg hunt. Taking place at Osterley Park, Ham House, and Morden Hall Park (dates in April vary. £3 per child ) and includes a trail map, pencil and a chocolate egg at the end.
Chickenshed – Easter Tales show. In their own words “Join us for some egg-stra special Easter fun” (age 6 & under £7 – 9th- 14th April)
Daytime dancing, anyone? With FUN DMC Easter Family Block Party (3rd April £6.50 child -£ 8.50 Adult -£27 Family ticket for 4)
Hogarth’s House in Chiswick are organising an egg hunt in their stunning Mulberry Gardens – followed by a craft session where you decorate your eggs and make an easter basket. (9th April £15)
Yoshi Easter Egg Hunt at KidZania Nintendo has teamed up with KidZania for an exclusive Easter Egg Hunt – on! To celebrate the launch of Yoshi’s Crafted World on Nintendo Switch (8th- 21st April – ticket prices vary).
The National Army Museum has a special family chocolate decoration workshop in collaboration with the Chocolate Museum (6 & 7 April £5).
Lost and Found at the London Transport Museum’s Lost Property Office . Enter the weird and wonderful world of London Transport’s Lost Property Office since 1933 (2-18 April price included in museum entry).
Go on a Poco the Postcode Elephant hunt, make Easter masks and enjoy a ride on The Postal Museum’s Mail Rail. (2 – 18 April – price included in museum ticket)
Fancy a change from easter eggs & bunnies. Then maybe head to Dino Kingdom, if you dare! A unique outdoor dinosaur experience. (1st-18th April – paid – under 3 free )
Enjoy The LookOut, Hyde Park. A free discovery day. activities are suitable for the whole family. (5th & 7th April – free).
There are ducks hiding around the London Wetland Centre’s Easter Duck Trail. Look out for both the rubber and feathered. (2nd-24th April -paid)
Zog and the Flying Doctors show is back at the Southbank Centre – join the crew!. (8 – 10 April – £24)
Please check availability where necessary and have fun.