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5 Hoppin’ Fantastic Easter Holiday Activities For Families 2020


Looking for ways to entertain the kids this Easter? Do we have a treat for you...

Looking for ways to entertain the kids this Easter? Do we have a treat for you...

The Crystal Maze Live
For those looking for ways to entertain their teens this holiday, a trip to Crystal Maze Live is sure to put a smile on even the grumpiest of faces, and ensures a bit of family bonding to boot. The new West End Maze lets families to battle it out across four themed zones, inside which are different challenges: skill, physical, mental and mystery. If your family counts a game-show addict, puzzle-lover or anyone nostalgic for the 90s, this one’s for you lot.
22 - 32 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 7EU

Up at The O2
If your little one has their head in the clouds, try getting up there with them with a trip to the top of the O2, who are teaming up with The Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark this Easter to provide fun history experiences all while standing on top of the world. Local experts will provide curated lessons on Greenwich’s maritime past and present and the area’s significance as the home of Greenwich Mean Time. Those looking for a full day of historical fun can purchase a special Summit Series ticket which includes entry to either The Royal Observatory or Cutty Sark on the same day. Children must be aged 8 years or older to climb.
The O2, Peninsula Square, East Greenwich, London SE10 0DX

Gruffalo Adventures at Kew Gardens
There's something lurking in the deep dark woods of Kew... Over the Easter holidays, families visiting Kew Gardens are invited to play the role of the 'little brown mouse' and follow a specially curated trail to track down Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's much loved character The Gruffalo. Little visitors will also encounter Fox, Owl and Snake, of course, at their hidey-holes throughout the Gardens, where they'll learn about different habitats and woodland ecosystems. Kew Gardens’ striking Arboretum is home to 14,000 trees, so kids will feel properly immersed in the Gruffalo's world.
4 - 19 April 2020, Richmond TW9 3AE

Easter Fair at the Horniman Museum
Over in South London there’s fun for the whole family at the Horniman Easter Fair. Young and old can enjoy an Easter trail, craft workshops, storytelling, face painting and more family activities across the gardens – you certainly won’t be bored with the number of activities on offer. And while you’re there, why not check out their impressive Permian Monsters exhibition, all about life before the dinosaurs.
Horniman Museum, 100 London Rd, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ

Easter Egg-stravaganza at Lee Valley Park Farms
On the hunt for the Easter Bunny? Look no further than Lee Valley Park Farms this holiday, where alongside the Easter Egg Hunt Trail, which challenges visitors to find a prize hidden in and around the 17 acre family attraction using a series of clues, you’ll get the chance to meet the elusive Bunny too. After you’ve discovered your egg-citing treats, you can go and see the spring arrivals at the farm – try bottle-feeding a lamb, saying hello to a llama, or taking a ride on Tex the Tractor.
4 - 19 April 2020, Lee Valley Park Farms, Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 2EF