Easter holiday fun in London

There's imaginative poetry trails that will take you on adventures inside and out at Osterley Park and Ham House, while habitats and homes for nature inspire the activities at Red House, Fenton House, Rainham Hall and Morden Hall Park.

At Rainham Hall you'll be on the hunt for ingredients as part of a food based trail and at Sutton House...

Family walking dogs

Which places are open and what you need to know before you visit 

We've started to open some gardens and parks in England and Northern Ireland. To limit numbers and keep everyone safe, you can only visit by booking tickets in advance. A lot of places are now fully booked up to 14 June, but we release new tickets every Friday, and we’re also opening more gardens and parks every week. More than 200 coastal and countryside car parks are also open. All houses remain closed at the moment, and all places in Wales remain closed in line with Welsh government advice. Read this article to find out what's open and what to expect from your visit.

Little boy reads a trail marker

Morden Hall Park 

Embark on an Easter adventure at Morden Hall Park. Tackle nature themed challenges as part of a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt before exploring more of this former deer park and urban oasis in south London.

Little girl studies a map as she completes a trail

Ham House and Garden 

Find 10 lost feathers in the garden at Ham House and earn a Cadbury chocolate prize. For an extra treat you try your hand at arts and crafts activities or dressing up in the Black Parlour.

Little girl runs through the daffodils on a nature trail

Osterley Park and House 

Make your way through the Great Meadow at Osterley Park, and search for eggs left behind by visiting birds. Once you've found them all you can claim your Cadbury chocolate reward.

Children enjoying Sutton House Easter trail

Sutton House 

Uncover Easter traditions of old as you explore the 500 year old rooms at Sutton House on a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. Complete the trail to earn a Cadbury chocolate prize.

Child on a Cadbury Egg Hunt at Easter

Fenton House and Garden 

Slink through the sunken garden and ancient orchard and along hidden paths on Fenton House's Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. Seek out creatures of all shapes and sizes for a Cadbury chocolate reward.

Hunting for clues

Rainham Hall 

Search for clues in the Community Gardens during our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. Solve the puzzles relating to someone who lived at Rainham Hall and earn a delicious Cadbury chocolate prize.

Child on a Cadbury Egg Hunt at Easter

Red House 

Search for the natural inspirations behind some of William Morris' famous designs on a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in the garden. Find them all, take a note of the coded message, and receive a Cadbury chocolate prize.