7 Easter events every bunny will love!

Whether you want to hunt high and low for chocolate eggs, or make farmyard friends with the cutest newborn animals, here are the most eggcellent ways to spend Easter with the kids.


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    Go on a hunt at the palace

    Where: Hampton Court Palace, Molesey, East Molesey

    When: Monday 26th March – Sunday 15th April

    No, not that one! We’re talking Hampton Court Palace, where your little ones can hunt high and low for Lindt Gold Bunnies hiding all over the palace and its gardens. With every bunny your little ones find (or gobble right up – it is Easter after all!), they’ll hear stories about Hampton Court’s chocolate-related history. Plus, a yummy prize awaits them at the end too. Yay!


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    Join in the madness with the Mad Hatter himself

    Where: Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, South Woodham

    When: Friday 30th March – Friday 13th April

    The pesky Easter Bunny has been on a stealing spree and has taken all eggs from the Marsh Farm! At the farm’s Easter Eggstravaganza, it will be your job to help the Mad Hatter retrieve (and eat!) them all from over the four acre Easter themed garden. If your kids fancy a break from the chocolate, they can run riot inside a soft play barn and jump around on the bouncy pillows.

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    Go to chocolate heaven

    Where: Cadbury World, Bournville

    When: Saturday 24th March – Sunday 15th April

    If you want to treat your sweet tooth this Easter, then there’s no question about it, you simply have to visit to Cadbury World. Fun for the all the family, your kids can celebrate Freddo’s birthday and listen to Caramel Bunny tell one of her favourite stories, all while you eat your bodyweight in chocolate. What’s not to love?

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    Make farmyard friends

    Where: Hatton Country World

    When: Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April

    Lambs and chicks and piglets, oh my! Easter is all about celebrating the arrival of new life and you can ‘aww’ over the baby animals at Hatton Adventure World’s Spring Spectacular. Plus, you can take part in egg hunts, ride a springtime tractor safari and even bet on your favourites in the sheep racing!

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    Have a historic adventure

    Where: Whitby Abbey

    When: Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

    Who says Easter is only about chocolate eggs? In Whitby Abbey’s Easter Adventure Quest, your little knights and fair maidens can help a historical character to crack the clues and find a number of legendary dragon eggs.

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    Make your own Easter eggs

    Where: Amelia’s Chocolate, 122 Victoria Rd

    When: Friday 30th – Saturday 31st March

    The next best thing to being gifted with Easter eggs? Making them for yourself! So, take the edible fun one step further with a workshop at Amelia’s Chocolate. Everything there has a yummy Yorkshire coast flare and always tastes as good as it looks. Our top tip? Have a Bay Town coffee with your chocolate – it’s the perfect pairing.

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    Hear the bells ring out

    Where: Notre-Dame Cathedral

    When: Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April

    If you fancy an Easter weekend with a European twist, Paris is the place to go and we’d recommend hearing the bells ring out at the magnificent Notre-Dame Cathedral. For a prime position, you’ll need to arrive there early or dodge the crowds and simply listen from a cafe, all while enjoying a hearty Parisian breakfast.

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Have we helped you hatch some Easter plans? Whatever you get up to, let us know with a tweet to @nationalexpress or tag us in your Instagram pictures. Happy Easter!