is plenty to keep the children amused and occupied over Easter if you head to
London. I tend to really fill our
holidays with activities otherwise my pair start squabbling; I need to keep
them busy! Two weeks can really drag
are lots of Easter egg hunts in London if you’re looking for a traditional
activity with a tasty chocolate incentive!
If you have National Trust membership its worth heading to selected
properties to become a Cadbury’s Eggsplorer. We have done this
before and the clues really got our children thinking and also encouraged them
to top up on fresh air! Looking at
their postcode finder you have ample choice in the area, Fenton House, Morden
Hall Park, Sutton House and Claremont Landscape Garden to name but a few.
attraction I am really keen to visit in London is the Ripley’s Believe It or
Not museum they too are hosting an Easter egg hunt over the holiday period (18th
to 21st of April). So it’s well
worth checking with any of the attractions you like the sound of what extra fun
is planned just for Easter!
is a Country Fair on
Easter Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday with a whole host of entertainment in
East London. If your looking for
something to keep you busy all day (10am – 5pm) this event sounds ideal, fighting knights,
birds of prey flying displays, motorcycle stunts and a companion dog show (if
you fancy entering your canine friend!), are just some of the scheduled
activities. A family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) at £19 seems very reasonable considering how much there is to see and do.
your children prefer getting creative you can book them into the Easter Club at
Doodle bar, they can try
screen-printing, tie dying, mask making and decorating a bag between the 1st
– 10th of April. It’s a
great way to cut back on the mess in your own home! At £20 a time though it can get expensive if you have a few
children hoping to take part. Do remember
to wear old clothes when participating.
the budding chef you can book them onto a Konditor & Cook Cake School Easter biscuit decorating master class, they can
learn all the tips to make beautiful biscuits.
The session costs £45 (for an adult and a child) but you do get to take
biscuits home with you! I think its
lovely giving your child the opportunity to try something different.
I would say is book plenty of nights stay because it’s tough cramming
everything in. Holiday Inn in Regents Park
is an excellent choice as it’s in a handy location for exploring lots of these London
attractions over Easter. Holiday Inn
also prides itself in making families welcome and has blackout blinds! Always useful if your hoping the kids let
you have a lie in after a busy day exploring what London has to offer.
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