Did you read my previous post 5 Places to take the kids for Easter?
Well here are another 6 amazing places to take the kids at Easter
1. Shaun and his Flock come to Kew this Easter!
28 March – 12 April 2015
Aardman’s much-loved, world famous sheep is starring in his first movie and is bringing a host of friends to Kew to celebrate.
Normal rates apply; free entry for children aged 16 and under.
Address: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB
Opening Hours: Open daily from 9:30am. Closing times according to the seasons. Admission fees apply
2. What about an Easter Egg hunt at Cutty Sark?
3-6 April 2015 – Admission fees apply
You could win a family ticket to Camp Bestival all participants get a free Easter treat at the Even Keel Cafe.
Address: Cutty Sark, King William Walk, Greenwich SE10 9HT
Opening hours: open daily 10.00–17.00
3. Hunt for Easter Eggs at Ham House!
“I’m Sam I am, I Am…I eat Green Eggs and Ham!” Dr Seuss
From 3 – 6 April – admission fees apply
Explore the spring gardens at Ham House, Richmond, as you hunt for a Cadbury chocolate prize..…and hopefully they’re not green 😉
Address: Ham House, Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 7RS
Opening Hours: times vary according to the season –
4. A Giant Easter Duck Hunt at the beautiful Barnes Wetland Centre.
28th March to 5th April 2015 – Admission fees apply
Missing ducklings! It would be hard to miss them – with BIG yellow ducklings to uncover! Discover them all and you win a Cadbury’s Freddo frog.
Address: London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes, SW13 9WT
Opening Hours: from 9.30am everyday, 364 days a year – with seasonal closing times
5. Museum of London
The Museum of London has a whole raft of things to do over the Easter Break. I’ve given you just a snapshot of what’s on offer, do check their website below for many more events.
Saturday 28 March & Tuesday 2 April, 12.30-2pm, 2.30-4pm
Life could be very different for rich and poor children in Victorian London. Explore these differences and design a doll to take home.
Suggested ages: 5+ Event type: Art drop-in
Tuesday 31 March, Friday 3 & Saturday 4 April, 12.30-2pm & 2.30-4pm
How did the Victorians celebrate Easter? Take some inspiration from the Victorian hat shop and make some handsome head-wear to take home.
Suggested ages: 5+ Event type: Art drop-in
Friday 10 April 1-1.30pm, 2-2.30pm & 3-3.30pm
What happens when a special old box transports a child back to Victorian times? Find out through a journey of Victorian literature, songs and art at this storytelling session.
Suggested ages: 5+ Event type: Storytelling
By rail: Liverpool Street, City Thameslink, Farringdon
By bus: 4, 8, 25, 56, 100, 172, 242, 521
6. Bank of England Museum
EGGonomics (7 – 11 & 14 – 17 April)
10:00am – 4:30pm Admission and all activities are free.
During the Easter break the Museum presents EGGonomics, a special event to entertain the whole family.
There will be a treasure trail to find an egg and chicks hidden in the Museum, with a chocolate egg for every child who takes part.
Children can also indulge their imagination by creating and decorating their own Easter basket to take home.
A family fun day out is guaranteed with all the other museum attractions including banknote jigsaws, a roller ball game, interactive displays and the opportunity for some safe cracking.
You can also take the helm of our brand new interactive boat game and set monetary policy to keep inflation steady.
Visitors can even try to lift a genuine gold bar with a current value of over £300,000 -although, weighing 13kg, it will take many people by surprise!
Activity sheets for children of all ages are available at the Museum’s Information Desk, with a small prize for all those who take part.
Address: Bank of England Museum, Bartholomew Lane, London EC2R 8AH
Nearest tube: Bank
Plan your journey: http://www.tfl.gov.uk
Hoppity Easter from 3 Days in London, I hope you get to find lots of eggs and bunnies! If you’re heading over to Twickenham, why not stop in at Sweetie Pies Boutique Bakery for tea and cupcakes
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