Put your sleuthing skills to the test this Easter (Apr Fri 3–Mon Apr 6 2015) and join one of the many trails in search of coveted chocolate eggs.
Easter egg hunts in the capital
Do some intrepid clue-hunting in the gardens of Borde Hill this Easter and you'll be rewarded with a sweet treat. Families will be provided with a special trail sheet, and all those who solve the puzzle will be given a chocolatey reward. There will also be giant garden games for all ages to play with. The activities are included in the price of admission.Read more
Some of the ducklings at the Wetland Centre have gone walkabout and need help finding their way home. Enlist your mini explorers to search them out, and they'll get a prize if they find them all. They can then take part in duck painting workshops, and other Easter-themed activities.Read more
Little visitors who find the chicks and eggs tucked away along a special Easter trail at the Bank of England Museum will be rewarded with chocolatey treasure. Once the hunt's complete there are Easter animal finger puppets to be crafted, too. The activities are included in the price of admission.Read more
Londoners who don’t fancy joining the Easter traffic jams for their spring fix can enjoy 1.5 acres of green in central London, just above Kensington High Street. There children will find hidden chocolate treats – courtesy of Choccywoccydoodah – under the supervision of the Easter Bunny (from 11.45am) while parents relax, take in the view, and maybe try an eggs-tra special cocktail.Read more