1. London Zoo NW1
London Zoo is running a giant egg hunt throughout the school holidays from 7 to 22 April. Collect your trail guide at the main gates and use the clues to track down the hidden. Entrance to the zoo costs £10 adults, £7 children
Outer Circle, Regent's Park, NW1. 020 7722 3333 or visit www.londonzoo.co.uk to book
2. Kenwood House NW3
Set in leafy grounds beside Hampstead Heath, a trail is being laid around the gardens of English Heritage building Kenwood House. Running from 11am to 4pm, Good Friday to Easter Monday, the trail costs £1 per child.
Hampstead Lane, NW3 7JR. 020 8348 1286 or visit www.englishheritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/kenwood-house/
3. Kew Gardens, Richmond TW9
Chocolate is growing on trees at these famous gardens with an entire Chocolate Sculpture Garden, Easter egg hunts, chocolate making and tasting workshops and tokens from the Kew Easter bunny. Visit web site for times and prices. Entry adults £13.90/kids free (Apr 9-May 2)
London House 243-253 Lower Mortlake Rd, Richmond, London, Surrey TW9. 020 8332 5655 or visit www.kew.ord
4. Kensington Gardens, W8
Join the Ramblers Association on a family-friendly stroll around the beautiful park in search of something the Easter bunny’s hidden. 11am, free (Apr 19)
Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, W8 4P or visit more info www.kew.org
5. Imperial War Museum SE1
In amongst all the guns, tanks and bayonets, will be an altogether sweeter proposition at the Imperial War Museum. Kids can explore the museum for free as they hunt out a fair trade Easter egg any day from 31 March to 15 April.
Imperial War Museum ,Lambeth Road, SE1. 020 7416 5320 or visit www.iwm.org.uk
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