Available every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, this fantastic Harry Potter tour will take you to some of the series’ best film locations in London including Diagon Alley, the Ministry of Magic and The Leaky Cauldron.
Kew Gardens has a little something for everybody, especially during April when the grounds are transformed into an Easter wonderland. Watch the kids hunt for chocolate eggs and even the Easter Bunny himself in these 300 acres of spectacular gardens.
Chelsea Football Club stadium tour from Virgin Experience Days
Take a self-guided tour around one of England’s most iconic football clubs with VIP access to the players’ dressing room, tunnel and dugouts. Don’t forget to pop into the museum where you can cast your eyes upon the team’s full trophy cabinet.
With the freedom of this 90-day pass, you can see the sights of London on your own terms and for great prices too. Included in this flexi-ticket is entry to Madame Tussauds, London Eye and Sea Life Aquarium.
Dreamworks tours to Shrek’s Adventure from Virgin Experience Days
Enter Shrek’s fairy-tale world of Duloc, as well as nine other magical lands, on this tour of the Dreamworks Studio. Afterwards, you can grab some great British grub at the Rainforest Cafe where the magic continues.
Duration: Three to four hours
Location: Southbank and Piccadilly Circus
Price: £165 for 2 adults and 2 children (includes lunch at Rainforest Cafe)
Easter egg hunt. Keep the kids entertained for hours as they compete to find the chocolate eggs, hidden by the elusive Easter Bunny.
Easter egg decorating. Believe it or not, a hard-boiled egg creates the perfect surface for painting. So much so, that it’s an Easter tradition to decorate eggs with bright colours in many European countries.
Family egg and spoon race. Why not put those decorated eggs to the test with an afternoon of family games. An egg and spoon race panders to all ages and space limitations.
Festive baking. Cook up some cornflake nest-cakes with leftover Easter egg chocolate. Let them set in cupcake cases and fill them with mini eggs or fluffy chicks to mark the coming of spring.
Easter gardening. As the official month of regeneration, why not plant a few spring bulbs such as tulips and daffodils. It won’t take long until they’re brightening up your garden.
Make an Easter tree. Festive trees don’t just have to be reserved for Christmas. Let your creative side take control and decorate a tree with patterned eggs and bunnies.
Easter crafts. With just some coloured cardboard, a few pens, cotton wool and a Pritt stick, your little one can craft bunny ears and a fluffy tail and dress up like the Easter Bunny.
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Lily Jones is a travel writer at Finder. She also writes for other titles and manages her own blog, A Lil Guide. Lily graduated with a degree in Russian and Management studies from University College London in 2016. Having discovered her passion for travelling at a young age, she has lived in many cities around the world including St Petersburg, Melbourne and London. Other than travel, Lily has an innate passion for all things food.
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