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Easter Egg Hunts in London
Easter Egg Trail at Fenton House
Easter at London Wetland Centre
Easter Trail at Morden Hall Park
Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo
Easter EggsEaster Egg Hunt at Osterley
Giant Easter Duck Hunt
Giant Easter Duck Hunt
Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House
Easter Egg Hunt at Cutty Sark
Easter Egg Hunt at Cutty Sark
Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo
Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley


You hear Easter, you think chocolate! Earn your eggs this Easter with a visit to one of these fun and family-friendly Easter egg hunts here in London. Spot the eggs amongst the beautiful scenery of various National Trust properties, fend off egg-stealing pirates aboard the Cutty Sark or enjoy a day with the animals at Battersea Park Zoo. Whatever you choose, it's bound to be tasty!


Easter Egg Trails at Sutton House

Combine the best of modern and traditional with an Easter visit to Sutton House in Hackney.

Sutton House, 2 & 4 Homerton High Street, London, E9 6JQ

Tube: Hackney Wick Overground Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


Sutton House is a stunning Tudor mansion located in the heart of Hackney. A National Trust property, it's a feast for the eyes as you'd expect. This Easter, it's a feast for the kids as well! They can follow the clues around the grounds, learning as they go and being rewarded with a delicious Easter egg at the end of it.


Easter Egg Hunt at Ham House

Follow the clues to find what's hiding at Ham House and Garden this Easter!

Ham House & Gardens, Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, London, TW10 7RS

Tube: Richmond Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


What goes nicely with ham? EGGS! The National Trust's Ham House and Garden is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt again this year. Entry costs just 3; all you have to do is follow the clues to find an egg-stra special chocolate prize! A unique 17th century house located on the banks of the River Thames near Richmond, you can sit back and enjoy the view while the kids do the hunting. With fun activities all weekend including art and story-telling, this is the perfect place to enjoy some Easter fun for kids of all ages.


Easter Egg Hunt at Cutty Sark

Find the hidden treasure aboard the Cutty Sark this Easter.

Cutty Sark, King William Walk, West Greenwich, London, SE10 9HT

Tube: New Cross Station (East London line closed. Bus service operates)


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


Chocolate lovers ahoy! One of the most famous ships ever built, the Cutty Sark was the fastest ship of her time and the only surviving tea clipper. This Easter, she's hosting an Easter egg hunt - how many can you spot? There's a family ticket to Camp Bestival up for grabs so make like the Easter bunny and start those carrots!


Easter Egg Trail at Red House

Visit William Morris' old stomping grounds this Easter!

Red House (William Morris Museum), Red House Lane, Bexleyheath, London, DA6 8JF

Tube: Woolwich Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


Feeling creative? Red House, a National Trust property in Bexleyheath, was created by William Morris - founder of the Arts & Crafts movement. As you'd expect, it still hosts fun and inspiring activities to this day - and Easter is no exception. Follow the clues to claim your chocolatey prize, get involved with the games or simply enjoy a stroll around the grounds. It's great fun for all the family!


Giant Easter Duck Hunt

Find the missing ducklings and see the wildlife springing up.

WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT

Tube: Ravenscourt Park Station


Dates: 25th March - 10th April 2016


Take part in the Giant Easter Duck Hunt around the beautiful Barnes Wetland Centre and find the missing ducklings - with BIG yellow ducklings to uncover, it would be hard to miss them! If you can discover them all you'll win a Cadbury Freddo frog. Other Easter activities at the 105-acre nature reserve include duck painting, where you can create your own colourful duckling to take home, and themed games. Spring is a wonderful time to visit WWT London Wetland Centre with all the baby birds, bugs and buds coming through.


Easter Egg Hunt at Battersea Park Zoo

Keep your eyes peeled for Easter eggs hidden amongst the animals!

Battersea Park Children's Zoo, Albert Bridge Road, Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ

Tube: Sloane Square Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


This Easter just got a little more exotic! Never mind your run-of-the-mill garden Easter egg hunt, these eggs are hidden amongst the animal enclosures at Battersea Park Zoo. Don't worry; you won't be getting up close and personal with any predators, all you need to do is spot the brightly coloured eggs as you take a look around the zoo. Taking part costs just 1.50 on top of your standard admission fee and if you manage to find all of the eggs, you'll win a prize! Make sure you find time at midday to visit Pet's Corner; your kids can help the zoo keeper feed the bunnies!


Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley

Follow the clues to find your prize at this stunning country estate.

Osterley Park and House, Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, London, TW7 4RB

Tube: Osterley Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


One of the last surviving country estates in London, Osterley Park and House promises a unique day out that you simply can't get just anywhere. A National Trust property, the sprawling grounds are the perfect place to take a stroll and welcome in Spring. Of course, it wouldn't be Easter at Osterley without the annual Easter egg hunt! Follow the clues to find your delicious prize.


Easter Egg Trail at Fenton House

Do the Easter Bunny proud with a visit to this National Trust treasure in Hampstead.

Fenton House, Windmill Hill, London, NW3 6RT

Tube: Hampstead Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


Tired of finding places to hide the eggs in your own garden? Head over to Fenton House instead! The majestic walled gardens here are full of hidden nooks and crannies to give even the most experienced egg hunters a challenge! With delicious chocolatey treasure spread over the grounds including the terrace, formal lawn, orchard and kitchen gardens, your little treasure hunters are bound to work up an appetite!


Easter Trail at Morden Hall Park

Escape the city and welcome in Spring with the Easter egg hunt at Morden.

National Trust: Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, London, SM4 5JD

Tube: Morden Station


Dates: 25th - 28th March 2016


Put a Spring in your step with the Easter egg hunt at National Trust favourite Morden Hall Park. A hidden paradise nestled in our bustling city, this is the perfect place to enjoy a little greenery in an otherwise grey landscape. With treasure hunts, an egg trail, activities and games, this is a fun day out for the whole family - just follow the clues to claim your prize! With the River Wandle splashing merrily through the park, you'll feel a million miles away from city life.


Doggy Easter Treat Hunt

A Easter hunt just for dogs, inviting them to sniff out some tasty treats.

Pet Pavilion, Chelsea, Chelsea Farmers Market, 125 Sydney Street, London, SW3 6NR

Tube: South Kensington Station


Dates: 26th March 2016


London's favourite pedigree pooch boutique, Pet Pavilion, is hosting the world's first Easter treat hunt just for dogs this March. The Doggy Easter Treat Hunt will see the boutique hide a variety of their new, own brand treats for your furry friend to sniff out and enjoy. Treats on offer include lamb and chicken chipolatas, dog-friendly carob and dog-friendly Easter eggs. Free to attend for all pet lovers, the treats will be complimentary.

Looking for dog-friendly hotels in London? Check out the LondonTown.com article on the best pet-friendly London hotels.


Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt: Eastbury Manor House

A fun Easter egg hunt based in this stunning Tudor mansion.

National Trust: Eastbury Manor House, Eastbury Square, Barking, London, IG11 9SN

Tube: Upney Station


Dates: 27th March 2016


Head back to everyone's favourite Tudor Henry VIII's heyday with an Easter visit to the stunning Eastbury Manor House. A beautifully preserved Tudor house virtually unchanged since the 1500s, this National Trust property features a cobbled courtyard, idyllic walled gardens and sky-scraping chimneys. But there's a chocolatey twist this Easter! The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt sees several delicious jewels hidden throughout the grounds. Solve the clues to find them! Each trail entry ticket costs 3 and the event is open on Easter Sunday between midday and 5pm.


National Trust: Rainham Hall

Follow the Easter egg trail round this historic house with a difference.

Broadway, Rainham, London, RM13 9YN

Tube: Dagenham East Station


The National Trust's Rainham Hall is located to the east of London and is a striking Georgian house. Built in 1729 for Captain John Harle, a local merchant, it is still remarkably intact today. For two centuries it was a great importance to Rainham Village as it connected village life with river commerce. Now open to the public, the house has some beautiful rooms and gardens to explore.


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