Easter in London
If you're on the hunt for things to do this Easter, put your sleuthing skills to the test and join one of the many London trails in search of coveted chocolatey eggs. Easter fans can track down rabbits in royal surroundings, chocolate eggs in city farms and brighten up a dull day at the museum with an egg-based mission. Perfect Easter activities for kids and sweet-toothed adults alike.
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Easter egg hunts and games in London
The National Trust is teaming up with Cadbury once again to offer egg hunts in many of its beautiful London properties over the Easter weekend. You can use the Cadbury website to find one near you, but we recommend Sutton House for its curious caravan, Fenton House for its pretty walled garden and Red House for its wombat trail.
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Family theatre in London this Easter
Forget stuffing your face with chocolate eggs - there's an even better buzz in store at London's childrens' theatre shows. From tiny toddlers to grumpy teenagers, we're got something that'll leave kids of all ages on a sugar high.
The English translation of this Hampstead Road spot is 'mixed'. But with its resolute focus on authentic Mexican cuisine as it's eaten in the homeland, perhaps the name comes from the equal billing given to the bar - it comes with a vast array of tequila and a party vibe. Dishes on the food menu range from burritos, tacos and enchiladas to pozole rojo, mole verde, filete arriero and the house special, molcajete Mestizo - a sharing dish of beef or chicken (or both) served in a volcanic stone bowl with cheese, chorizo, grilled spring onions, coriander, avocado, chipotle chili and tortillas. The cocktail list benefits from all that tequila, with tequila sours, various margaritas, a tequila sunrise and a tejito all on offer. Mexican beers also feature.
Venue says: “Margarita Festival: During the whole month of August we will be showcasing 22+ margarita cocktails.”