According to the Met Office, the later the date for Easter, the better the weather is likely to be. With mild weather currently forecast for London during the period 14th-17th April, it seems that families will have the perfect opportunity to get out and about on the Easter weekend.
Time Out has just published a list of the best Easter Egg hunts taking place in the capital. You can hop over to London Bridge, where the London Bridge City Easter Egg Trail for children and families offers the chance to follow clues, meet crazy characters and take part in Easter-themed games. Alternatively sharp-eyed youngsters will enjoy taking a tour of Battersea Zoo between 4th and 14th April, when they’ll be encouraged to look out for eggs hidden in the animal enclosures. On Easter Bunny Day (Friday 14th) at the zoo, children will get the chance to meet real bunnies and learn to make bunny ears of their own.
If you are willing to travel a little further afield, you can take part in the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Hampton Court Palace or join the festivities at the Horniman Easter Fair (at the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill).
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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.