Thursday, 20 March 2008

Easter Ideas ~ Part 1

If you haven’t yet planned your Easter weekend, here are a few ideas that I’ve read or heard about to keep you busy! I’ve tried to include several attractions that you can visit using the London Pass so that you get extra value for money!

Easter Egg Hunts

Kew Gardens - Easter Sunday, 23 March. From 10am to 2pm.
Participation FREE (normal entry fees to Kew Gardens apply but this is one of the London Pass attractions if you want a real bargain!)
Kids collect tokens from chicks and receive a chocolate egg from the Easter Bunny!

WWT London Wetland Centre
Another place on the London Pass list so add it to your Easter itinerary.

Easter Saturday and Sunday. 9.30am-5pm:
Egg Challenge with “Sir Rabbit” hopping around the visitor centre during the day. Answer his questions correctly to claim your chocolate egg.
Good Friday and Easter Monday. 2.30pm-3pm:
Meet in the Courtyard for the Egg Challenge – eggy games for chocolatey prizes!

The Imperial War MuseumThroughout Easter Weekend. 10am-6pm.
FREE entry for the perfect wet weather Easter event!
Easter Eggsploration is educational fun for slightly older kids (very young children may need adult help but who needs an excuse when there’s war planes and tanks involved?!) At the end of the trail kids receive a chocolate gift. Take the opportunity to visit one of London’s most impressive and child-friendly museums.

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