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Fun Things To Do With The Kids Over Easter

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Wondering what to do with the kids over Easter? From egg hunts to interactive literature exhibitions, there’s plenty to keep them entertained – Lauren Hyland from parenting blog My Baba have rounded up the best experiences and family-friendly days out, so you can make the most of the break, just be sure to book your spot now.


Sharky & George’s Easter Adventure Club

Children’s party experts Sharky & George are keeping the kids entertained once again this year with their annual Easter Adventure Club in Hyde Park. Join the entertainment crew for five days of fun activities including boat races, nerf gun battles, arts and crafts, den building, rocket launching, summer games and much more.

Sharky & George’s Easter Adventure Club, Will to Win, South Carriage Drive, London, 3rd – 13th April



The Roof Gardens Easter Eggstravaganza

Take part in the ultimate egg hunt in the beautiful setting of Kensington’s Roof Gardens. The children will enjoy arts and crafts activities before they accompany the Easter bunny on an egg hunt. Parents are advised to take a step back and enjoy the Champagne and canapés. The Roof Gardens also promise to fire up the BBQ for some delicious brunch treats and evening meat and seafood assortments.

Easter Eggstravaganza, The Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, London, 17th April



Guildford Fringe Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Theatre Workshop

Give children then chance to express themselves and blow off steam in a way that doesn’t involve running around the house by signing them up for this musical theatre workshop. The sessions will be led by a professional actor from the West End’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory production and promise to be filled with singing, dancing and acting.

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Theatre Workshop, St Teresa’s School, Effingham, Surrey, 4th – 7th April



Peter Rabbit At Willows Activity Farm

If your little ones are fans of the animated series of Peter Rabbit or you’ve been reading the much-loved Beatrix Potter stories to them, they will love the adventure playground at Willows Farm. The playground has been designed for imaginative play and learning. There is also a Peter Rabbit Woodland Trail and a chance to meet the characters after live performances at the Peter Rabbit theatre.

Willows Activity Farm, Coursers Road, London Colney, St Albans, daily from 2nd April, 10am – 5:30pm



Guildford Easter Egg Hunt

Get into the community spirit by joining Guildford’s annual Easter egg hunt. Team up and search for eggs boxes hidden around the town centre, which can then be exchanged for an Easter goodie bag worth £20. Keep tabs on the Experience Guildford Facebook page, as the Easter Bunny will be posting clues to help you discover where the eggs are hidden.

Easter Egg Hunt, Guildford Town Centre, 10th – 13th April



Roald Dahl’s The Twits

This much-loved Roald Dahl classic has been turned into a stage play that’s sure to delight children. The wicked couple spend their time playing practical jokes on each other and mistreating the Muggle-Wump monkeys, until one day they are finally given a taste of their own medicine.

The Twits, Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston upon Thames, 5th – 16th April



The Fantastic World Of Doctor Seuss

Step into the imaginative world of Dr Seuss with this interactive exhibition, which brings to life brilliant illustrations and stories including The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, Green Eggs and Ham and Oh, The Places You’ll Go! Children will be invited to dress-up, play music with the Boom Band and meet Seuss’s most famous characters.

The Fantastic World Of Doctor Seuss, Discover Children's Story Centre, Stratford, until 3rd September



The Moomins Easter Adventure Festival

This year, Kew welcomes The Moomins to the botanical gardens for an Easter adventure. Over the holiday period, there will be activity workshop tents for children of all ages, Moomin dens to play in and picnic areas where parents can relax. On Easter Sunday, everyone will be getting involved in the exciting Moomin Chocolate Hunt.

The Moomins Easter Adventure Festival, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, 1st – 17th April



Mad Dogs & Vintage Vans Glamp ‘n’ Pamp

The team at Mad Dogs & Vintage Vans are taking glamping to the next level with their ‘Glamp ‘n’ Pamp’ service. Let the kids explore the countryside and enjoy activities from canoeing to campfire cooking whilst you escape the pressures of modern living thanks to holistic therapist Felicity Herbert, who offer campers a range of rejuvenating treatments, tailored to the individual’s needs.

Glamp ‘n’ Pamp, locations: River Wye, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire

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