Easter holiday fun in London

This information relates to 2018. Please check back later for 2019 information. This Easter you'll find plenty of family fun at National Trust places and spaces near you in London. Enjoy Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts from Hampstead to Hackney that will have searching for ceramic dogs and exploring 500 year old rooms. Look for rare bird eggs in the gardens at Ham House or find animals to their young at Morden Hall Park.

Little boy reads a trail marker

Morden Hall Park 

Brace yourself for a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt that will take you across bridges, gardens, meadows and wetlands. Find out about all of the animals that call the park home and how you can help them.

Little girl studies a map as she completes a trail

Ham House and Garden 

Find twenty hidden eggs from birds that live in and around the garden at Ham House, crack the code and receive your delicious Cadbury chocolate prize.

Little girl runs through the daffodils on a nature trail

Osterley Park and House 

The Easter Bunny is holding a party with lots of rabbit friends and you're invited. See if you can find all of Easter Bunny's friends in the house then search the gardens to find the hidden eggs. Unscramble the secret party password and you'll be able to collect delicious Cadbury chocolate prize.

Visitors enjoying Easter activities at Sutton House and Breaker's Yard, London

Sutton House 

The Easter Bunny is feeling very generous this year, but has lost all of their Easter chick friends around the rooms of 500 year old Sutton House. Help find them all and delicious Cadbury chocolate prize.

Child on a Cadbury Egg Hunt at Easter

Fenton House and Garden 

Explore Fenton's magical walled garden on a Cadbury Egg Hunt. Inspired by Hampstead's love of dogs and Fenton's own collection, this quest takes you through a sunken garden, ancient orchard, kitchen garden and along hidden paths.

Hunting for clues

Rainham Hall 

Search for clues in the Rainham Hall Community Gardens during our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt to claim your delicious Cadbury chocolate prize. Inspired by our current exhibition about the 1950s history of the Hall, you'll be following in the footsteps of children from years gone by.

Child on a Cadbury Egg Hunt at Easter

Red House 

Become an apprentice to William Morris and discover the patterns he drew and the gardens that inspired them. Find all the patterns hidden around the gardens and orchard to claim your delicious chocolate reward!