Easter is all about new life and new hope. This year it’s not a usual Easter to procrastinate next day of working. It’s really a looooooooong weekend to spend this Easter following a bank holiday. So, now is the perfect time to plan your long Easter weekend. The best part of Easter is Family Lunch, Egg hunts, Fun activities with kids and much more. Here is some Easter Things to Do in London for this long weekend – it’s all about the chocolate bunnies and eggs!

Best Easter egg hunts in London

This fun-filled activity is made for children over Easter period. The game is often played outdoors, but can also be played indoors. But actually it is more interesting event when it played outdoors.  The children typically collect the eggs in a basket. When the hunt is over prizes are given out for various achievements. Here we listed few interesting Easter Egg hunt events happening across London to burn them more.

Fenton House and Garden Cadbury Egg Hunt

Fenton’s very own Jack and Mabel may make an appearance too! Available 30 March to 2 April, from 11am to 4:30pm. Hunt tickets £3 and property entrance fee £4 for adults and £2 for children.

Hampstead Grove, Hampstead NW3 6SP

Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt

The Hunt and chocolate events will be running at the palace from 26th March to 15th April. Tickets start at £19.20 for Adults and £9.60 for children.

Hampton Court Palace KT8 9AU

Battersea Park Children’s Zoo Easter Egg Search

The Hunt runs from 30th March to 2nd April and costs £1.50 to participate on top of the Zoo entrance fee, £9.50 for adults and £7.50 for children.

Battersea Park SW11 4NJ

The Royal Mews Easter Egg Hunt

Join the fun on Saturday, 31 March, from 11am to 3pm. Tickets start at £11 for adults and £6.40 for children.

Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster SW1W 0QH

Ealing Broadway Easter Egg Hunt

Children will pick up a leaflet and follow clues and bunny paw prints for the missing eggs around the centre and inside shops.

The Broadway, Ealing W5 5JY

Easter at the Goring Hotel

The hunt starts at 11 o’clock with Buck’s Fizz served for the adults and hot chocolate for the children, not to mention hot cross buns for all! Tickets are priced at £25 each, or complimentary for guests staying in the hotel.

15 Beeston Place, Westminster SW1W 0JW

Fenwick Egg Hunt

There will also be face painting at the Mini Edit Boutique and kids can eat free at the Bond Street Kitchen restaurant when you purchase an adult meal. Look out for the Instagram competition to win a Giant Charbonnel Egg too.

63 New Bond Street W1A 3BS

East Village Wizard of Oz Egg Hunt

The way, families can meet Dorothy and her friends including the tin man, lion and scarecrow… but watch out for the wicked witch! The hunt will start at midday on Victory Parade next to Darkhorse Restaurant and will close at 4pm.

Victory Parade E15 2ER

WWT Giant Easter Duck Hunt

If you find them all, you win a prize! Join the hunt from 30th March to 15th April, 10pm to 5pm. Tickets cost £1 for the hunt in addition to admission, starting at £11.45 for adults and £6.95 for children.Queen

Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes SW13 9WT

Best Easter Lunch

Easter is a great time to gather together friends and family and enjoy the very best food and wines. Make Easter Sunday lunch something special by mixing and matching your favourite Easter mood.  Here are some best Easter lunch spots across London.

Blacklock in Soho

24 Great Windmill St, London, W1D 7LG.

Hawksmoor in Spitalfields

157A Commercial St, London, E1 6BJ.

Kupp in Paddington

Unit 53, 5 Merchant Square, London, W2 1AS.

Latium in Fitzrovia

21 Berners St, London, W1T 3LP.

Dishoom in Covent Garden

12 Upper St. Martin’s Lane, London, WC2H 9FB.

Easter travel disruptions

London is a busy city ever and Easter weekend is a popular time for thousands of people to take a break, but some of the busiest train lines in England will be closed as Network Rail carries out what it says is a “huge programme” of engineering work. Public transport services also will be subject to change over the Easter period.

Any way it is a white Easter this time and can expect many disruptions. But be assured that our minicab services are available round the clock.

Pre-book your cabs to avoid any last minutes chaos and to cut off some pounds in your Easter expenses.

Please be sure that your Easter travel plan is plotted well and these commutation changes doesn’t mess them up. You can always relay on totallydriven.co.uk for hassle free and on time travel plans.

Have an egg-cellent Easter weekend!!!!