What to do in London over Easter

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Easter isn’t all about Easter egg hunts for kids – it is a great time to get out in nature, get active, and indulge in some fine sweet and savoury treats!

Lee Valley Easter Country Fair

Nothing says Easter like a traditional British Country Fair! Now in its 7th year, this two-day event is a great way to get back to nature and enjoy London at a more relaxed pace. There’ll be plenty of stalls with arts, crafts, farmers-market produce, food, drinks, and a bar. This year’s entertainment includes a dog show – with proceeds going to charity.

Make Your Own Chocolate Experience

Hotel Chocolat runs regular chocolate making experiences – and Easter Weekend is no exception! The Bean to Bar Experience teaches you how to roast and ready your cocoa beans to make your own chocolate bar to take home. There are also tasting adventures and chocolate lock-ins available to book too.

Good Friday Velo-Racing at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The Good Friday races promise to be a full-spectator experience. It brings together elite sports cyclists and local amateur club riders in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Velodrome. Expect sprint and endurance racing and a chance to test out your own cycling skills on some unusual bikes!

Tipsy Victorian Afternoon Tea

Mr. Foggs House of Botanicals is putting on a special event over the Easter Bank Holiday week in London. Easter G&T at Mr. Foggs is an immersive, and memorable experience. You’ll have a chance to sample a selection of 200 gins before enjoying a cocktail of your choice served with homemade and authentically Victorian sweet and savoury treats.

Easter Weekend at Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens is a spectacular place to be as spring sets in. Over the Easter weekend, you can expect special opening hours, tours, workshops, talks, and exhibitions. Don’t miss the stunning Princess of Wales Conservatory, a glassy labyrinth leading you through a series of fascinating ecosystems with ten computer-controlled climate zones. This time of the year is the perfect time to enjoy a day in this tranquil and inspiring setting, a traditional Easter treat for sure!

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