If you’re staying in London this Easter holiday, you might be surprised by the variety of activities and entertainment that capital is offering. We picked a selection of London events, which will make your Easter break more fun than ever.


1. The Big Egg Hunt

101 giant Easter Eggs will be hidden in cities throughout the country, including London, as part of The Lindt Big Egg Hunt supporting Action for Children. It is a magical event for families, whilst raising vital funds for leading children’s charity, Action for Children. This year, the iconic Gold Bunny from Lindt will be joining the hunt, rewarding busy hunters with an amazing year’s worth of chocolate, as well as giving out thousands of Lindt Gold Bunnies and Lindor truffles – delicious reasons to join the egg hunting fun!


2. London Easter 10k Run

After a successful – but soggy – debut, the London Easter 10K returns to Regent’s Park. There will be Easter eggs and other seasonal goodies on offer, plus a medal waiting for you at the finish of this 10k race held in the splendid surroundings of London’s Regents Park. The race is a fundraiser for the Children’s Trust which provides care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and acquired brain injury.

2010 Boat Race Launch

3. Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

March 31st 2013 will see the 159th Boat Race between crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. First raced in 1829 The Boat Race is one of the oldest sporting events in the world. Watched by thousands along the banks of The Tideway, between Putney and Mortlake in London and by millions more on TV around the world, The Boat Race is a unique sporting event. With two very strong squads of athletes, expect to see another great race this year.


4. Free chocolate at the London Eye

Edwin the Easter Rabbit will be welcoming you aboard with his very own Chocolate Easter Egg Factory. Between 29 March and 1 April all the families visiting London Eye, will also meet Edwin along with circus-style performers (11am-4pm) and will have a chance to enjoy a free chocolate egg courtesy of Hotel Chocolat.


4. Kids event at Museum of Childhood

Drop in to the Museum of Childhood this Easter for stories, games and creative fun. On Friday 29th of March you will have a chance to take part in Easter Bunny Trail, Bunny Games, as well as the Egg-tastic Arts and Crafts, where you will learn how to decorate your own Easter egg basket or make some flower power sunglasses. It is a great idea for a day out in London with the little ones.

 If you still haven’t got any ideas on how to spend this Easter break, visit our website and browse through a wide range of Easter packages!


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