Easter in London Hyde Park

Cool Things to Do over the Easter Weekend in London

Easter Weekend in London

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Easter in London Hyde Park


Chasing the Easter Bunny or Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday Party – there is always something to do for everyone in London. Our academy of English prepared a couple of ideas for you:


Ideas on how to spend Easter in London


Kensington Palace Easter Egg Hunt

A great opportunity to discover a trail through the beautiful Kensington Palace Gardens, meet the Georgian royal court and crack a secret code for a chocolate prize. The Easter Egg Hunt is aimed at children aged 7 to 11. Apart from this Kensington Palace will be getting into the springtime spirit with live performance and storytelling over the long Easter weekend in London.
Kensington Palace, from April 18th to April 21st


Easter at Kew Gardens

Amongst all the fantastic kids’ activities prepared for the Easter weekend in London, the Easter Egg hunt will likely be the biggest draw for children during Kew’s Easter festival. On Easter Sunday from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. kids can forage for fair trade and organic chocolate eggs hidden across the Gardens.
Kew Gardens, Sunday, April 20th


Easter at London Wetland Centre

Great spring-spotting for kids but not only! Meet the centre’s resident farmyard ducks family and try to resist going all gooey as the downy ducklings waddle about after their mother. You can discover how these cute characters develop from eggs and join in Easter art workshops to create a duckling puzzle or decorate eggs.
London Wetland Centre, until Monday, April 21st


Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday

In celebration of William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday The Globe is putting on a bouncy castle, face painting, stilt performers, Punch and Judy shows and The School of Night will be improvising for the audience on the stage.
Shakespeare’s Globe , Monday April 21st


Feast of St George

On Easter Monday, St George’s Day will be celebrated two days before 23 April, the actual feast day. Traditional English feasting and frolics – live music and entertainers, craft workshops, storytelling sessions, and, of course, Morris dancing too.
Trafalgar Square, Monday April 21st


The Lock Tavern Festival

Sunday lunch with the family or church not your cup of tea? Or you are a tourist during the Easter weekend in London? How about one of the Camden’s finest nightspots? The Lock Tavern hosts four nights of fun, with live music and DJs. It’s free!
Lock Tavern, 35 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AJ, from April 17th to Sunday April 20th


This post was written by Link School of English in London.


More about things to do in London:
– Ideas for Bank Holiday Weekends in London
– Free Art Galleries in London
– Intensive English Courses in London

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