Top 10 Activities To Do With Your Kids This Easter In London

 

Adventures in Moominland Southbank Centre

Southbank welcomes you to the magical world of Moomin. Clamber through forests, huddle in caves or set sail on the high seas to try and find the Moomin family.

Until August

£12-£18

https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/119314-adventures-moominland-201617

 

Easter Egg-stravaganza at the Barbican

Decorate an egg and get creative as you like. All eggs will be exhibited in the children’s library for the month of April.

For children 5+

24th March

Free admission

https://www.barbican.org.uk/education/event-detail.asp?ID=5392

 

Danceworks Studios

Take a dance class and have a giggle learning something new together. It’s a great bonding experience and you can show your family what you learnt at the next family gathering. There are many different styles available to try.

£7-£12

www.danceworks.net

 

Regents Canal Walk

Escape the busy streets of the city and walk along the Regent’s canal. It’s a safe place to cycle and great place to explore. The vibe varies very much from Little Venice, Regents Park to Camden.

https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/enjoy-the-waterways/canal-and-river-network/regents-canal

 

The Art of Brick: DC Superheros

With the use of 2,000,000 piece of lego artist Nathan Sawaya has brought all our favourite DC Superheroes London in the biggest DC Superhero exhibition ever. Expect to see all your favourite heroes and villains in larger than life size. Are you ready to inspire your inner super hero?

Child £11, Adult £16.50

http://www.aotbdc.co.uk/about-the-exhibition/

 

The Hive at Kew Gardens

Learn about the relationships between bees and plants whilst being immersed in sound and visuals. What you see and hear is all triggered by a real beehive at Kew Gardens.

Included in day ticket: £14 Adults, £2.50 Child

http://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/attractions/the-hive

 

Farm to Plate Experience

Help your child understand more about where food to where it has come from. Check out one of the many Farmers Markets around London and cook their favourite meal together. Many farmers market are organising Easter egg hunts too.

Easter Egg hunts:

Balham, Wimbledon, Twickenham, Ealing and Parliament Hill Sat 8th April

Walthamstow, Blackheath and Highgate Hill Sun 9th April

Swiss Cottage Wed 12th April

http://www.lfm.org.uk

 

Go Watch a Musical

Mathilda, Harry Potter and Aladdin are just a few of the musicals which will get you and your child singing and dancing the whole way home.

Make your own mini animation video.

This pop up museum welcomes visitors to create your own mini animation video, design your own fire mark or make your own fire engine greeting card.

Ideal for children aged 3 and over and there's no need to book.

5th April and 12th April

Free

http://www.london-fire.gov.uk/london-fire-brigade-museum.asp

 

Easter Young Engineers Club Holiday

Spend 2 weeks learning how to make motorised lego creations and a robot rabbit. This is fantastic way for kids to learn through play and explore aspects of science and engineering outside of the school curriculum.

Age 6-11

£255/Week 1, £204/Week 2

Monday April 3 2017 - Thursday April 13 2017

http://www.westlondon.young-engineers.co.uk/our-programs/

 
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