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Treating Yourself to an Easter Adventure in London

Christmas might feel like it was only a few weeks ago, but time flies and now Easter is on the horizon! Easter is a lovely time of the year as the days get longer and the weather improves, which means that it is the perfect time to head to London for an Easter trip - you can even go on the hunt for some Easter eggs! So, what should an Easter trip to the capital involve? Keep reading to find out.

The Best Places to Visit 

Of course, London has endless options when it comes to places to visit so you want to think ahead and come up with a plan. To really get in the Easter spirit, you could head to Hampton Court for the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt - this involves following a trail map and solving clues to find golden bunnies throughout the grounds. With the weather improving, you will always want to make the most out of being outdoors by visiting some of London’s great parks. A few of the best parks to check out include

- Hyde Park 

- Hampstead Heath 

- Regent’s Park 

- Greenwich Park 

There are also farms that you can visit and see some spring babies! A few of the best city farms include: 

- Deen City Farm 

- Freightliners City Farm 

- Hackney City Farm

- Marlin
- Marlin

Where to Stay 

You also want to choose your accommodation carefully to ensure that you are somewhere that is conveniently located but also offers you everything that you need to relax and recharge after a fun day’s exploring. A place to stay in Waterloo is ideal because it will be easy to reach once you arrive and you are centrally located, which means that it is easy to get to just about anywhere in London. There are plenty of nice hotels in Waterloo that are fully furnished with kitchen facilities, which can help to keep your food costs down. 


Spring is a great time for a trip to the capital as there are always plenty of fun activities and events happening to welcome the warmer weather. There are also many Easter weekend events, such as an Easter weekend service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, watching a free performance of The Passion of the Christ in Trafalgar Square or visiting the Horniman Spring Fair at the Horniman Museum & Gardens. With so many options, it is a good idea to research online to see what is happening during your trip.

- St. Paul’s Cathedral
- St. Paul’s Cathedral

Easter is the perfect time to plan a trip to the capital and a chance to make the most out of the warmer weather and longer days. Hopefully, the information in this post will help you to plan the perfect trip to London over Easter and enjoy everything that the capital has to offer at this time of the year.

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