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What’s On This Easter in SW London and Surrey

What’s On This Easter in SW London and Surrey

14 eggciting Easter activities for families in SW London and Surrey


Battersea Park Children’s Zoo  

Explore amongst the animals in search of hidden eggs! Find clues to complete the Easter trail quiz and win a sweet treat. Plus a fun-packed schedule of animal talks and interactive feeding times every day.


Easter Egg Hunts at Polesden Lacey, 2 – 18 April

Discover a family-friendly trail with a plethora of fantastic activities and stunning views over the Surrey Hills. Search for bunnies and see what’s hiding in the woodlands.


Yoshi’s Easter Egg Hunt, Kidzania, 8 – 21 April 

Nintendo fans, listen up! Celebrate the launch of Yoshi’s Crafted World on Nintendo Switch with your little ones at Kidzania. Join in for the exciting Easter Egg Hunt + try the game out! 


Lost and Found Easter Family Fun at London Transport Museum, 2 – 18 April 

Step into the wonderful world of London Transport’s Lost Property Office and discover fun facts about 15 million objects lost and found on the buses and trains. You can also meet acclaimed children’s authors, Emily Rand and Kate Wilkinson, as they read from their books inspired by these items.  


Easter Egg Statue Trail, Painshill, 2 –24 April 

Giant eggs are waiting to be found in the Painshill gardens this Easter! Discover all the colourful characters and enjoy the most amazing views along the trail.  


Create and Grow Easter, Squire’s Garden Centres, 11 –22 April 

With locations all over Surrey, Squire’s Garden Centres offer exciting Easter activities for your little ones! Enjoy planting a bright pot with beautiful plants or go on a Bunny Hunt searching for clues hidden around the centre.  


Easter biscuit decorating with Up at The O2, 4 – 15 April 

Something for the brave! Biscuit decoration with a twist – the climbers will get the chance to decorate delish biscuits at the summit of the O2 roofwalk, 52 m above ground, all whilst enjoying breath-taking 360-degree views of the London skyline. 


The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Kew Gardens, 2 – 18 April 

An interactive Easter adventure! This unique trail based on Eric Carle’s much-loved book, will recreate the journey of the caterpillar from egg to butterfly though a series of 3D installations. Expect the unexpected! 


Easter Duck Trail, London Wetland Centre, 2 – 24 April 

Quack the case this Easter and find all the lovely yellow ducks hiding around the wetlands. Plus pond-dipping – dip a net and discover what mysterious creatures live underwater.  


Easter Egg Hunts at Winkworth Arboretum, 2 – 18 April 

Winkworth Arboretum has tiny springtime surprises aplenty alongside its great Easter trail. Come along and find nature-inspired activities for the whole family. Finish the trail and collect your Rainforest Alliance chocolate egg! Allergen-free alternatives are available.  


Children’s Storytelling & Book Signing Event, Alligator Pear, Tadworth, 9 April 

Take your little ones and join the amazing storytelling event in the one and only Alligator Pear in Tadworth with local author Andy Copps (“My pug named Hugg”). The entry is free, but do call or visit to book your timeslot.


Family Easter Chocolate Workshop, Chelsea Physic Garden, 7 and 12 April 

An Easter-themed chocolate workshop! Learn how cacao beans grow, how it is made into chocolate, and design your own chocolate goodies. For children 5+. Chelsea Psychic Garden offers Easter events galore, so check out their website! 


Easter egg hunts, Morden Hall Park, 6 – 18 April 

Come along and explore the gorgeous Morden Hall Park! Complete 10 activities inspired by nature that are hiding somewhere in the park and win your very own Rainforest Alliance chocolate egg. 

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Easter Trail, Kingston, 2 – 18 April

Kingston First has organised a free Easter Trail around the town centre. Families follow the map to pick up sweet treats and other goodies from eight local businesses.