Get your kids and have the best time of your lives this Easter

Easter activities are a good way to keep your kids busy. They’re fun and they’re for all ages.


Peter Rabbit is here for you

There’s an Easter festival at the Kew Gardens. It will last from the 30th of March until the 15th of April and people are going to enjoy lots of botanical experiences because they’re also going to be celebrating Beatrix Potter’s famous creation. A Peter Rabbit set will make its appearance in Kew’s lush landscape. There will be games, kids will make bunny ears and they’ll enjoy warren-building sessions. Let’s not forget about storytelling, either. People will find out what are the aliments that Peter and his friends are allowed to eat and how fruits and vegetables grow. All visitors will get a copy of Mr McGregor’s garden notebook, it’s easier this way for everyone to follow the Peter Rabbit trail. There will also be real-sized selfie boards of Peter and the other characters will be hidden along the way.


Get a treat from Number Ten Manchester Street

If you’re from outside London and you want to make a surprise to your loved ones, there are packages for both children and parents. Check out these Hampshire tourist attractions, they can make your trip the best one ever.  

You can find them thanks to this hotel which is set in the Edwardian Town House. At the check-in, your children will get a map of the local area with places they can discover and also, a toy, which is the hotel’s Easter mascot – Bertie the Bunny. Families will be challenged to take group photos in every place they go. At turndown, you’ll find treats, such as hot chocolate, cookies and, of course, Easter eggs. Adults are not forgotten – they’ll get a bottle of   Prosecco and cupcakes.

At turndown, the Easter bunny will leave behind treats including hot chocolate, cookies, and a basket brimming with Easter eggs for the little ones. Grown-ups are included too. A complimentary bottle of Prosecco and cupcakes from Bea’s of Bloomsbury will be ready to enjoy when the kids are tucked up in bed.


Willow’s Activity Farm

This is a new playground made especially for good kids. It’s placed off the M25, near St Albans. It’s been thought so it could include learning by imaginative playing and kids will meet characters from the CBeebies series.

Among the activities for your kids, you’ll find Captain Chicken’s Egg Dodge, The Big Dig, JCB Young Drivers Zone, the Woolly Jumpers barn and the Peter Rabbit Woodland Play Trail.







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