What To Do This Easter With Kids
Easter is just around the corner and if you’re looking for some fun activities to burn off all that extra chocolate, then you’re in luck!
Easter Trail, Kensington Roof Gardens
Every year, the iconic Kensington Roof Gardens hosts its annual Easter Egg hunt taking place on Bank Holiday Monday. With spectacular views of West London and the most beautiful gardens, let the kids hunt out the chocolate delights while you hunt out the cocktail delights at their renowned bar.
Moomin Trail, Kew Gardens, 1 -17 April
Parents and kids alike will love this! Head to Kew Gardens and join the Moomins for an Easter Extravaganza! These whimsical creatures have come out of hibernation and are causing mischief and fun! Set off down the Moomin trail and explore the hidden depths of the garden where you will uncover the illustrated world of Moomin with creative interactive points before culminating in the Moomin Den.
On Easter Sunday, Kew Gardens will host its very own Easter Moomin Chocolate Hunt.
Choccywoccydoodah, Carnaby Street
If you still need your chocolate fix then head to one of the best confectionary shops in London. A personal fave is choccywoccydoodah due to its magical interiors and to die for chocolate. Basically heaven for any chocoholic, their bespoke cakes and sweet treats are an Easter ritual.
Urban at Southbank Centre, 1 - 17 April
Streetwise kids will love Urban at the Southbank Centre. Celebrating art and creativity, their ‘concrete playground’ will be taken over by breakdancing battles, dance residencies, workshops, free family events and parties showcasing the best in street culture.
Even the tiniest of tots can get involved with the fun thanks to the Pram Jam sessions. There’s also a programme of live musical performances and comedy.
The Passion of Jesus at Trafalgar Square, 14th April
This free annual performance is a spectacular sight to behold. With more than 100 performers from the Wintershall Estate; plus horses, donkeys and even doves telling the moving story of Easter at one of London’s most iconic landmarks.
Two 90 minute performances take place on Good Friday and each one attracts up to twenty thousand spectators and encompsses all faiths.