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What to do in London over the Easter weekend

  • March 30, 2024
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What to do in London over the Easter weekend

The Easter holidays is a time of fun for the whole family. From enchanting egg hunts in iconic locations to cultural celebrations, there’s no shortage of ways to make the most of the long Easter weekend.

London Zoo: Head over and celebrate the incredible egg-laying creatures at London Zoo including reptiles, birds, fish and butterflies, by taking part in the Zoonormous Egg Hunt! The family trail will guide you around the Zoo where eggs of all sizes and colours are waiting to be discovered, while learning about egg-ceptional species along the way. Solve the clues at each checkpoint to crack the code, revealing the Golden Egg in a special, hidden location. Successful egg-splorers will be rewarded with a tasty treat!

Cutty Sark: Set sail to Greenwich this Easter and enjoy some fantastic family activities on board the historic tea clipper Cutty Sark! All activities and performances are free with entry to the ship and suitable for all ages. Check the dates to see what’s happening when, then when you’re ready to visit book your tickets to Cutty Sark here.

Battersea Power Station: The riverside neighbourhood will be putting big smiles on visitors faces with a free, self-guided SmileyWorld® art trail, created by global arts producer Wild in Art. The trail is making its London debut at the Power Station with 15 emoticon sculptures based on human emotions located inside and outside the Grade II* listed building until Sunday, 19th May 2024. Perfect to explore with family and friends, each sculpture features a fun and identifiable Smiley® on one side, and a unique artwork from one of fifteen creatives who have interpreted and responded to their emoticon.

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