Easter Egg Hunts Around London


This weekend, get a chance to embark on the festive journey of Easter egg hunts in the Capital

The-Big-London-Egg-HuntEvery year Easter egg hunts happen to be an exciting activity, allowing participants to check their snooping skills and enjoy the variety of nose outs taking place between Friday, March 25 to Monday, March 28, 2016. Below are the details of those startling activities, attracting kids and sweet fond adults similarly.

National Trust Easter Hunts

The National Trust in collaboration with Cadbury, as usual, offering egg hunts over the Easter weekend at a large number of its properties. Cadbury website can be used to locate one around you, however, the National Trust sites are worth visiting; Red House for its amazing wombat trail, Sutton House for its interesting group travel and Fenton House due its charming fringed garden. The majority of the hunts cost £3.50 a child.

Epping Ongar Railway Easter Egg Hunt

This Easter once again a heritage railway Epping Ongar converted into a hunting yard, covering the area from Ongar till Coopersale. The participant succeeds to find all eggs will be entitled to get the reward, they will be turned into bunnies and little chicks by a face painter at hand, also, a disco will hold them rocking all over the afternoon.

Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising

This occasion is going to be a huge assemblage of branded toys, wrappers, general stuff and home wares have placed into a new home at Notting Hill. To enhance the participation, they are offering 50% off on the entry fee to join an Easter egg hunt, advert screenings, vintage games and object handling sessions.

Cycle Revolution

This is museum-based trail heads courageous Easter zealots through the current exhibition called ‘Cycle Revolution’ by the Design Museum. There is no entry fee and at the end of it, each attendant will be presented a gift. And also a colouring competition will be running over the weekend (March 25th – 28th), and the hunt is available on Sunday, March 27, 2016, between 10am-5:45pm.

Battersea Park Children’s Zoo

This pretty and delightful family run zoo in the perky Battersea Park will be hosting Easter egg hunts (March 25-28). Participants will be required to find the coloured eggs hidden in the animal areas completing a quiz sheet for a prize. On March 25th (Good Friday) kids can help the zookeepers to make egg-shaped feeds. Most of these activities are free with admission, which will further increase the number of partakers.

Lauderdale House Egg Fun

As a part of these traditional egg hunt festivities, Lauderdale House is also hosting an event called The Great Egg Roll in adjoining Waterlow Park. The best egg roll and the best egg decorator will be awarded prizes, plus every single attendant will back home carrying a delicious chocolate delicacy. The pre-booked ticket of £7.50 would be required to join the event.

Brixton Windmill Treasure Hunt

Anyone having a camera, paper and pen, and a Brixton map can be a part of this treasure hunt celebrating the 200th anniversary of Brixton Windmill’s. The hunt is running in fifty places of interest across Brixton. There is a cash bonus for the winning team in the treasure hunt.

All of the above festivities are likely to not only boost up the travelling needs and expected to affect the smooth mobility in the city as well.  To bridge that supply and demand gap of transportation, KV Cars is, as usual, offering its rapid and reliable cab services all across the London. To hire a KV Car all one need is to book via their numbers, website or mobile app. By doing so a cab will be at your doorstep to take you to the joyful egg hunting events.

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