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Here’s the lowdown on the best Easter Egg hunts in the capital, including one in our very own Queens Park!

Easter Scavenger Hunt in Queens Park
Sunday March 27, 12 – 2pm
Meet in Queens Park playground at 12.

Easter Egg Hunt at the Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising
Friday 25 – Monday 28 March
Help celebrate the relocation of the museum in Notting Hill with a range of Easter activities, including an Easter Egg Hunt in the garden and the chance to design an ‘Eggstraodinary egg. 50% off admission all Easter weekend.

Cadbury’s Easter Hunts – various locations
Friday 25 to Monday 28 March
Hop along to one of the National Trust’s lovely houses (e.g. Fenton House, Ham House, or Osterley Park) over Easter Weekend for the annual Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt.

Giant Duck Hunt – Barnes Wetlands Centre
Friday 25  March to Sun 10 April
Head to Barnes Wetlands Centre for a hunt with a difference – for missing ducks! A chocolatey treat is up for grabs if you find them all. Plus there’s lego duck building and easter arts and craft sessions. 10am – 4pm, Duck Hunt costs £1 (plus entry fee).

Easter Egg Trail – Battersea Park Zoo
Friday 25 to Monday 28 March
Some of the animals at Battersea Park zoo are hiding brightly coloured eggs in their enclosures; can you find them all to win a prize? £1.50 plus entry fee.

Lindt Gold Bunny Flavour Trail at Kew Gardens 
19 March to 10 April
Kew is offering a programme full of family-friendly events and activities that explore the story of chocolate and our love of this sweet treat. A Lindt bunny treat is up for grabs if you can solve the Easter puzzle. Easter activities included in the ticket fee.

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