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We do the egg-work to find the best Easter events

April is choc-full of Easter activities for the kids, with a fluffle of Easter bunnies vying for attention. We’ve saved you the egg-work and picked out the best 40 things to do, from enchanted train rides to meet egg-bequeathing bunnies, to immersive Peter Rabbit adventures, lamb-bothering, chocolate workshops, the ultimate egg hunts and plenty of free events to see them through the rare DOUBLE BANK HOLIDAY, Easter half-term and the rest of April.

If they’ve had their fill of Easter, we’ve gone the egg-stra mile with a whole section of choc and rabbit-free entertainment to egg-splore, so crack on.

Audley End Easter Special

Hop onto the miniature train - outside Saffron Walden, Essex - and ride deep into the enchanted Audley End woods to visit the Easter bunny in his woodland home. Along the route through the magical forest, kids can use I Spy sheets to spot bunnies burrowing in the undergrowth, colourful eggs and spring chicks. The train stops at the Easter bunny’s burrow, where children will meet the full-sized rabbit and his furry friends, who will give each child a special gift. The next stop is the Easter Trail, where families can wander through pathways to spot springtime animals, nests and eggs. The Easter entertainment continues in the picnic field, where children can explore the adventure play area and watch the Easter entertainment on the stage. Eggsellent food and drink will be available at the Woodland Cafe all day with seasonal treats.

Audley End Miniature Railway, Audley End Road, Audley End, Saffron Walden, Essex CB11 4JB. 1 - 16 April. Adults and children over 92cm £17. Children under 92cm £8.50. Under ones go free.

Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure

Following the success of last summer's Blenheim Palace show - read our review here - Peter Rabbit is hopping back for another adventure, this time in the heart of London’s Covent Garden Piazza.

From 21 March to 16 April Beatrix Potter’s world is being brought to life through puppetry and immersive performance in a brand-new show, where children are invited to become the stars of the Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure, joining Beatrix Potter and friends to rescue Jemima Puddle-Duck from the dastardly Mr McGregor. During the 50-minute outdoor experience, children will search for secret notes, maps, and other clues and meet Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and a few surprise encounters along the way in Histrionic Productions’ latest experience. Additional activities include Mr McGregor’s Obstacle Course for thrill-seeking children who want to test their driving skills in a mini ROVER for ages four and above. Families will also have the opportunity to clamber onto Mr McGregor’s tractor and have a souvenir photograph taken with the radish-pilfering bunny himself.

Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure, Chestnut Bakery, 24 Floral Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DS. 21 March - 16th April (Closed 11 April and all Mondays except Easter Monday 10 April)

The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Hampton Court Palace

Seek out the Lindt Gold Bunny and discover the stories of fascinating people who visited, lived and worked at Hampton Court Palace on this 90 minute trail. Run free in the 60 acres of Henry VIII's gardens to find the hidden Lindt statues. Match the name of the trail's palace characters to the red ribbon on the bunny statue at each location and uncover a fascinating story.

Your rabbit rummaging will be rewarded with a 10g Lindy Gold Bunny, with non-choc rewards available on request. Tickets include entry to the palace, maze, magic gardens, courtyards Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Ct Way, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU. 1-16 April. Adults from £26.30. Kids from £13.10. Under 5s go FREE.

Horniman Spring Fair

One of our favourite hidden gems launches its Spring Fair this April, compered by comedian Jasmin Gleeson. The event includes a free Easter bonnet workshop and parade, Easter badge making, stilt walking bubble performers, live music, a Lindihop like a Bunny dance workshop, face painting, giant games, crazy golf, car rides, and bouncy castles. Plus, you can get involved in everything else Horniman has to offer, like the Butterfly House, Aquarium, alpacas, rabbits and goats on the Animal Walk and of course, the beloved walrus at the free museum. Check out our review HERE for more juice. Horniman Museum & Gardens. 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ 8 April. 10.30 - 4.30pm. Adults £5. Children £2.50

Free Kids Easter Cookery Masterclass at Colonel Saab

Award-winning Indian restaurant Colonel Saab is welcoming children for FREE Easter Cooking Masterclasses, where kids can learn to make the perfect naan bread sandwich as well as easter egg decorating and painting sessions with a local artist.

The two-hour classes will run on 10 and 11 April from 3pm and parents can choose to enjoy an optional high-tea service prepared by the restaurant’s skilled chefs while their little ones play chef in the kitchen. The owner, Roop Partap Choudhary’s childhood was the inspiration behind the event, learning recipes as a young boy which had passed down generations.

To reserve a space on the classes, contact Colonel Saab, 193-197 High Holborn, London WC1V 7BD. 10 and 11 April. 3-5pm. FREE.

Spring into Easter at Kent Life Heritage Park

Turn the cute dial up to eleven with a visit to Cuddle Corner to find lambs and goat kids gulping bottles of milk and fluffles of bunnies. Then track down the Easter Bunny at the Maidstone farm, jump aboard its gloriously bumpy tractor, watch 'fun farmers’ performing in the Big Top, make Easter bonnets for a parade and create Easter pots in the Paint-a-Pot Studio.

As well as the bunny, you can also discover an entire, Vintage Village from World War II, complete with 1930s and 1950s decor and an Anderson shelter.

Check out our review HERE. Kent Life Heritage Park. Lock Ln, Maidstone ME14 3AU 1-16 April. 10am - 5pm. Adults £12, Children (aged 2. -15) £12, Family £44, Members Free

London Easter 10K

Work off those eggs and buns at the The London Easter 10k, which returns to Regent’s Park on a road-free route past London Zoo’s animals, the boating lake and Broad Walk.

The family friendly event also has an Adult's Fun Run - around 2 miles, which will start at the same time as the 10k race at 10.30am. There is also a short Children’s Race which will start at 10am.

Easter goodies await participants at the finish line, along with an Easter themed medal.

London Easter 10K. The Broad Walk, Regent's Park, London NW1 4NP. 10 April. 10.30am. 10k Entry Fee from £20. Children’s Race Entry £4, 2 Mile Fun Run £10

Easter Adventure Quest at Eltham Palace

Take your sprogs for a cracking adventure quest at Eltham Palace and Gardens. Explore the grounds and gardens to hunt for clues and challenges and discover traditional Easter games like egg rolling and the egg and spoon race.

Track down the Easter eggs and you’ll be rewarded with an adventurer’s certificate and a chocolate treat from Love Cocoa.

The ticket includes entry to the palace, where you can check out the purpose-built heated home of Mah-Jong, the eccentric former owners’ beloved pet lemur; or explore the basement – used as a games room and a bomb shelter during the Blitz. Children will also enjoy the playground while you stuff your chops with cake and coffee.

Eltham Palace & Gardens, Court Yard, Eltham, Greenwich, SE9 5NP. 1-16 April. 10am-5pm. The quest is £2 on top of admission price.

Creams Cafe Easter Desserts

If your children aren’t already off their chops on eggs and buns, give them the mother of all sugar rushes at a Creams Cafe, where you’ll find three new Easter desserts. From 1 April -14 May they can wrap their gnashers around the Bunny Bum Sundae, (£8.95) - an extreme, chocolate chip and salted caramel sundae, drenched in speculoos sauce and topped with white chocolate blossoms and chocolate bunny bums – or perhaps the Good Egg Thick Shake, (£4.95) topped with chocolate eggs. And parents can wake up with the Spiced Iced Coffee (£3.95) - a blend of espresso, vanilla soft serve and speculoos syrup over ice.

Creams Cafe. Numerous locations across London. 1 April -14 May

Easter at Beck Evans Farm

Sidcup’s shiny, new Beck Evans Farm has gone the egg-stra mile this Easter, with an egg hunt in their beautiful lavender fields with two friendly bunnies (£5pp which includes five eggs). You can even book lunch or dinner with the Easter Bunny himself at their giant soft play from 1-16 April (15pp including meal, Easter Egg and soft play) or enjoy a mooch around their free Easter market from 1-2 April for handmade food, crafts and gifts by local artisans.

Beck Evans Farm, Water Lane, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 5BZ

Blenheim Palace Easter Eggstravaganza

Blenheim Palace teams with luxury chocolatiers, Hotel Chocolat from 4-13 April to offer children the chance to make and decorate their own eggs in a fun and interactive Easter workshop.

After completing their choccie orbs, sprogs can head over to the legendary Chocmobile for a free, Hotel Chocolate “Ice Cream of the Gods.”

And from 7-10 April, you can enjoy their Easter Eggstravaganza, featuring circus skills, balloon modelling, bubble performances, bungee trampolines and a travelling vintage variety show, plus appearances from the Easter Bunny himself.

Blenheim Palace Woodstock OX20 1PP. 4-13 April. £15pp

Biscuiteers, Belgravia Easter Sessions

Throughout April, Biscuiteers run Easter DIY icing sessions, giving kids the chance to make their own Easter creations, following a handy tutorial. The Kids Easter Icing Classes run for an hour and come with an Easter egg hunt. There’s also the School of Icing; a workshop, Icing Lates and a Spring Afternoon Tea filled with a host of sweet treats.

Biscuiteers, 14-15 Eccleston Yards, 21 Eccleston Pl, London SW1W 9AZ

Three Billy Goats Gruff at Unicorn Theatre

Your bellies might be exploding with Cadbury orbs, but spare a thought for Baby, Middle and Big, three goats who are hungry for more grass. Take your children on their musical adventure at this beautiful children’s theatre as they hatch a plan to cross the bridge to the lush green grass on the other side and outwit the pesky troll who guards it. Featuring music and lyrics by the Olivier award-winning Stiles and Drewe (Mary Poppins, Honk!), this magical fairytale production is the perfect first musical for 3-7 year olds.

Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley St, London SE1 2HZ. 12-23 April

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Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur

For the first time ever, the colossal Patagotitan mayorum titanosaur - one of the largest known creatures to have ever walked our planet - will go on display at Natural History Museum. Four times heavier than Dippy the Diplodocus and 12 metres longer than Hope, the museum’s legendary blue whale, this gigantic creature is a spectacular sight. And from 31 March, you can view this gargantuan dinosaur skeleton up close at this fun, interactive family exhibition. You'll follow the life of a titanosaur, from a football-sized egg plucked from its nest to a fully grown adult, bearing the marks of an encounter with a ferocious predator that took a bite out of its tail. As you weave your way around the gallery, you'll handle specimens, stare into its gigantic sauropod skull and even smell its poo. Natural History Museum, Waterhouse Gallery, South Kensington, London. From 31 March. Under 3s are free. 4-16 are £9. Adults £16.

BBC Earth Experience

Travel the world and seven continents in one, visually delicious immersive experience through the hit BBC series, Seven Worlds, One Planet. With bespoke narration from Sir David Attenborough himself and hosted at Earl’s Court's purpose-built Daikin Centre, you will experience the incredible diversity of the seven continents through multiple, multi-angle, 360-degree screens, meeting the extraordinary animals which inhabit them. The event - suitable for all age groups - also boasts breakout zones where you can dive into the depths of Water World, marvel at the sweeping landscapes of the Vista Stage, and test your bravery by getting close to creepy crawlies in the Micro Life zone.

BBC Earth Experience. The Daikin Centre, Earl’s Court, Hammersmith, London SW6 1TR. Until 31 July. Adult £28.50 children under three go FREE

Humans 2.0 at The Southbank

London premiere of contemporary circus show Humans 2.0, which will run at the Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall (12-16 April). For ages 8+, this show is brought by Circa Contemporary Circus, leaders in the new wave of contemporary Australian circus. Humans 2.0 showcases the mechanics - and beauty - of acrobatics. With a minimalist set, it is the acrobats that become the swings and climbing frames (human towers, hand-to-hand acrobatics, etc). Physical limits are pushed to the extreme but, as the troupe work together to create impressive structures, themes that shine through are trust and teamwork. Created by circus visionary Yaron Lifschitz, Humans 2.0 blends theatre, circus and dance to become primal and deeply engaged with the challenge of being human, asking; Can we ever find a perfect balance, or is adapting to constant change the only way forward?

Queen Elizabeth Hall. Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX. 12 –⁠15 Apr, 7.30pm & Sun 16 Apr, 3pm. £18 ⁠–⁠ £30

The Gunpowder Plot at Tower of London Vaults

Older children (12+) will be catapulted into the most exciting history lesson of their lives, in this explosive new, immersive experience, starring Harry Potter’s Tom Felton. Your mission is to go undercover and unmask the mysterious figures behind history’s most infamous plot. But when you’re surrounded by traitors, who can you trust? With surprises around every turn, descend into the vaults and experience a combination of live and digital actors, virtual reality and fancy pants technology like motion simulators and special effects, transporting you back to London 1605 in the heart of the Gunpowder plot.

The Gunpowder Plot, 8-12 Tower Hill Vaults, London, EC3N 4EE

Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination

Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination invites visitors into a unique, story-led exhibition through the world of science fiction. Visitors will be guided through this ambitious exhibition aboard an alien spacecraft by an artificial intelligence of unknown origin, and will encounter authentic items from celebrated sci-fi films, television series and literature, as well as significant scientific objects that have shaped modern life. Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD. Until 4 May. £15pp

Superworm Trail at Kew Gardens

This Easter at Kew Gardens, explore the world of Superworm to see how plants and animals work together as a team, with all the heroes from the best-selling book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Kew Gardens, Richmond, London, TW9 3AE. 1 – 16 April. Show included with entry ticket.

Paddington Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

Brigit's Bakery has launched the first, official Paddington Bear afternoon tea bus tour, celebrating the capital.The double-decker has built-in screens, so that Paddington and Mrs Bird can provide an animated guide to the tour, which includes some of Paddington's favourite landmarks, like Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park, Nelson’s Column, Downing Street, St. Paul's Cathedral, Borough Market, Green Park and Piccadilly Circus. The tour takes just under two hours, while you scoff treats including glittering shortbreads, designed to look like nibbled marmalade sandwiches, mini pizzas, smoked salmon and cucumber pretzels, turkey ham and cheddar or cream cheese and cucumber finger sandwiches and naturally, marmalade sandwiches. And for those who share the bear’s sweet tooth, the homemade sweet treats included a rice pudding studded with chocolate honeycomb, chocolate cupcakes crowned with Paddington’s chocolate paws, lemon meringue tarts, chocolate macarons and freshly baked scones with cream and jam. Brigit’s Bakery also provide vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and halal afternoon teas. Check out our review, HERE

Paddington Afternoon Tea Bus tour Departs from Trafalgar Square, Wednesdays to Sundays. Prices from £45 adult, £35 child.

Shakespeare's Globe Bankside

Banish the bored with the Bard at Shakespeare’s Globe. With interactive theatre shows, tailored to a young audience, Elizabethan dress-up, sword fighting demos and storytelling, Shakespeare will keep little ones entertained.

Shakespeare's Globe: 21 New Globe Walk SE1 9DT. Dates, times and ticket prices vary.

Discover Children’s Story Centre

Stratford's immersive, sprog-storytelling Mecca is brimming with entertainment across three floors, plus a wonderfully imaginative Story Garden. Creep through caves, find fairy worlds within magical trees, explore hidden ships, perform in a puppet castle, leap over alligators and man your own spaceships and rockets across two floors, which also host art and craft stations, beautiful reading corners, storytelling sessions, immersive events and installations. Or head outside to the magical new play area to discover Baba Yaga’s hut held up by chicken legs, climb Hootah’s castle and slide out of the Stratford Sputnik. Check out our review here

Discover Children's Story Centre 383-387 High St, London E15 4QZ

Whizz Down The ArcelorMittal Orbit

How about hurling your children down the world’s tallest slide? The 178m long ArcelorMittal Orbit was the iconic landmark of the 2012 London Olympics and is now an attraction with three adventure experiences. Families can speed down the winding slide, abseil, or walk around the glass orbit at the top. You can also pretend it's a high-brow, cultural experience, because the orbit is also a sculpture by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond. And it beats the usual views of grubby swings and bins, because here you can check out the stunning views of Queen Elizabeth Park. To ride the slide, children must be at least eight years old and over 1.3m. ArcelorMittal Orbit, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 5 Thornton St, London E20 2AD. From £10.75.

FREE Pedal Power Disco at the Southbank Centre

Burn off those eggs by putting the pedal to the metal and cycle to power the party. Your family can charge the entire disco with their feet - but when the pedalling stops, so does the music, so reach for the lasers and pound those pedals to make sure the beat goes on. Southbank Centre, Riverside Terrace, Level 2, Belvedere Road. 8 April. 12-4pm. FREE

Cutty Sark Rig Climb Experience

Originally climbed when the ship first arrived to Greenwich in 1954, visitors can now recreate this, by clambering up the famous masts of the Cutty Sark.The Rig Climb Experience invites kids and brave parents to step up from the main deck onto the ship’s ratlines and climb up its top mast, as hundreds of sailors did during the Cutty Sark’s heyday. Once at the top, climbers will experience a controlled descent from the rigging. Participants will be rewarded with some of the best views in London, overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, The Shard and Tower Bridge.

Cutty Sark King William Walk, London SE10 9H

Royal Albert Hall Presents Classical for Kids

Introducing little ears to the world of classical music, Classical for Kids offers the opportunity for families to attend a chamber concert performed by the professional musicians from the Hall’s very own Albert’s Band. Each concert features carefully selected classical repertoire but presented in a relaxed environment for children to express themselves, with no expectation to stay still or be quiet. This concert is recommended for ages 4-11 but babies and budding musicians of all ages are welcome Royal Albert Hall, Elgar Room. Until 8 April. £12.50


Ambulances and fire engines hurtle through the streets and emergency workers tumble out to jet hoses at the Grand Flamingo Hotel fire or treat the wounded, while police cordon off the area and Metro journalists interview witnesses.It might not sound like your typical half-term trip, but the kids will love every second, because they are the firefighters, paramedics, press and police role-playing in KidZania, London's extraordinary, 75,000 sqft indoor city for children. Check out our review, here

KidZania: Westfield London Shopping Centre Ariel Way W12 7GA. For 4-14 year olds

Snot, Sick and Scabs at the Centre of the Cell

Deliciously disgusting and sneakily educational centre in a futuristic, light-studded pod suspended above the laboratories of the Blizard Institute in Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Children can learn about the heart, teeth or senses, see scientists at work and enjoy their delightfully vile ‘Snot, Sick and Scabs’ session. Centre of the Cell, 4 Newark St, London E1 2AT

Wookey Hole

Deep within Somerset’s belly lurks Wookey Hole, a magical, subterranean attraction with world-famous caves and eight unique chambers for kids to explore. There is something for every flavour of child, from a cave-diving museum, enchanted valley, 4D cinema, adventure golf, dinosaur grove, play zones and magic and circus shows all included in the ticket price. The more adventurous can even brave the Wild Wookey Experience, climbing, crawling or abseiling through caves.

Wookey Hole Caves, The Mill, High St, Wookey Hole, Wells BA5 1BB. Under 3s go free. Children (3-14) £17.65. Adults £21.45

Out-of-Hours at the British Museum

Your little ones can walk in the footsteps of the ancient Greeks, Pharoahs or journey through the cultures of China at The British Museum's family-friendly, out-of-hours tours. Taking place between 8.50 – 10am, before the galleries are open to the public, you can beat the unsavoury crowds. And from 4 - 25 March, children can explore Roman history through Minecraft, create a Japan-themed family photo (11 March) and make mosaic masks inspired by the Aztec gods on 18 March. The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG. Under fives go free. £16.50 for 5-15 year olds. £33 Adults

Lord of the Rings Quest

Take part in the Lord of the Rings, family challenge at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village to save Middle Earth and explore Tolkien's world Visit the Hobbit Hole and Mirkwood, where there are huge spiders awaiting you. See the enormous dragon guarding its treasure. Meet Halbarad the Ranger of the North, try your hand at archery and you might even meet a friendly Orc. Suitable for adults and children aged 3+ years, there are two parts to the Ring Quest trail, each lasting about 45 minutes. Lord of the Rings Quest West Stow Anglo Saxon Village, Icklingham Rd, West Stow, Bury Saint Edmunds IP28 6HG. Tickets £7 adults, £4 children 5-16 years. £21 for a family (two adults and up to three children).

Shrek's Adventure

Rumpelstiltskin is on the loose, and he’s causing all kinds of mischief for the characters of Far Far Away and beyond.

Luckily, Donkey is on hand to give you a ride on his flying bus and Shrek and Fiona will join up with you as soon as they get the chance. Shrek’s adventure is a wild adventure through the land of children’s favourite ogre and actors, technology and immaculately created sets will make sure your children are engrossed from start to finish.

Check out our Shrek’s Adventure review to find out more.

Shrek’s Adventure tickets. Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1

Monopoly Lifesized

Go big or go home… or straight to jail at Monopoly Lifesized, an immersive, on-your-feet version of the classic, family game, played on a 15m x 15m lifesized Monopoly board. Enter the 4D experience and compete in challenges for your chance to buy properties. Stage a heist in Mayfair, compete against a clock to build some of London’s iconic buildings, solve a baffling murder mystery or step into the world of codebreakers. The 80-minute experience is suitable for kids from 9 and older and is open every day except Mondays.

Monopoly Lifesized, 213-215 Tottenham Court Road, W1T 7PS. Tickets £49 pp

Crystal Maze LIVE Experience

Older children (from 8 onwards) can take on this immersive adventure, which brings the hit 90s TV show to life.Run around like mentalists, yell, complete a host of difficult challenges and end the game in a fetching, satin bomber jacket. Crystal Maze Live Experience, 22 - 32 Shaftesbury Avenue W1D 7EU

Flip Out Hounslow

If your children are of the ‘charmingly indecisive’ type, then a trip to Hounslow’s newly-opened Flip Out might be the answer to your prayers. Cramming mini-golf, arcades, laser quest, bumper cars, inflatables, a ninja assault course and soft play under a single, cavernous roof, the beauty of Flip Out is that you pay for entry to the venue and not for individual activities. We’re yet to discover whether you can drive a bumper car around the laser quest arena, performing drive-by shootings with a slushy in your hand, but there’s only one way to find out.Entry is a very reasonable £19pp (dropping to £14 for children under 1.1m tall) for three hours in the ‘Arena’ and if you’re not local to the newest venue in Hounslow, Flip Out has similar offerings all over the country. BUY TICKETS Flip Out Hounslow, Units 3, 4 & 5 High Street Quarter, 8 Smithy Ln, Hounslow TW3 1EH

Thomas and Friends at Whistlestop Valley

Take unlimited train rides on Thomas, Toby and Mavis, meet Sir Topham Hatt and Sodor Station Sweepers Rusty and Dusty for singalongs and performances at Huddersfield’s Whistlestop Valley.Kids can also enjoy an Imagination Station play zone with Thomas and Friends activities, jumping pillow, bubble zone, storytelling sessions, giveaways for every child and themed activities. Thomas at Whistlestop Valley Park Mill Way, Clayton West, Huddersfield HD8 9XJ

Birdies, Angel

Birdies’ crazy golf in Angel and Battersea Power Station provide an Insta-worthy, nine hole course featuring three completely new holes - Wing it, Green and Bunker 2.0 - as well as tried and tested fan favourites Hazard, Kinetic, Steps, Infinity and Roulette. Cheeky Burger will keep the kid’s happy, while the coral pink cocktail bar will please the parents.

Birdies Level 1, Angel Central, 31-32 Parkfield Street, N1 0PZ

Wembley Park

Kids can take part in a host of free and paid events at Wembley Park, from stadium tours to acting classes, Wonderkids football sessions and movies.Teens and bigger children can take on the zombie apocalypse at meetspace VR or have a round on neon crazy golf course at Pop Golf. And Union Park has a kids’ splash par (bit nippy in March, though) games court and a bee hotel to keep them entertained. Wembley Park London

Holiday to Space at Royal Observatory Greenwich

Join Ted and Plant as they explore the Solar System in search of the best place to take a holiday in an intergalactic morning adventure, including a planetarium show and interactive workshop.Recommended Age: 3 - 6 yrs. Open 10am-5pm daily Royal Observatory Greenwich Park, Blackheath Avenue SE10 8XJ

Wizard Exploratorium

Soho's magic-themed Wizard Exploratorium is a five-storey, geek wonderland, offering a 4D wand-making workshop, immersive trick shop and suitably magical afternoon tea encompassing tea brewing, molecular gastronomy, and technology. Check out our review, here. Wizard Exploratorium, 26 Greek St, London W1D 5DE

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