Things to Do in London this Easter Weekend

Easter Egg Hunt at The Roof Gardens
99 Kensington High St


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What is Easter without an egg hunt? The rooftop venue 100ft above Kensington High Street offers something for everybody. While the kids can enjoy searching for chocolatey goodies with an Easter bunny, mum and dad can have drinks at the bar and relax in the gardens.

Death by Chocolate at London Dungeon
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd


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In true London Dungeon fashion, they completely ignore the usual fluffy and friendly nature of Easter and have instead thought up a ghastly treat for visitors. Meet Miss Edmonds – a lovely young lady inviting you to her sweet shop. But beware of scoffing those candies – they might be laced with some unusual ingredients as Miss Edmonds is also a notorious poisoner.

Easter Country Fair 
Fishers Green Car Park, Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey


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Great family fun awaits you at the Lee Valley Country Park’s Easter Fair. From Sunday to Monday, there’s plenty to enjoy; from birds of prey flying displays, equestrian acrobatics and ferret racing, to motorcycle stunt racing and sword-fighting knights in the medieval village. Children will be entertained with special games and activities, including bottle feeding newly born lambs.

The Lock Tavern Festival
35 Chalk Farm Rd


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If egg hunts and country fairs are not your thing, you might enjoy listening to great bands at one of Camden’s finest nightspots. The lineup for this magnificent four-day event includes William Arcane, Flowers, The Voyeurs and many more. There’s also a pop-up street food in the market and anarchic fun provided by The House of Hot Breath. Grab your free ticket in advance to guarantee entry.

128 Clapham Manor St


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Here’s some good news for all you beer lovers out there – the Craft Beer Co. is bringing the UK’s biggest Pub Beer Festival back to Clapham this Easter. The free-entry beer festival showcases 100 beers from the very best breweries across the UK with some carefully chosen international guests. In addition there will be many one-off exclusive brews just for Craft100.

All of This Belongs to You
V&A, Knightsbridge


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Opening just before the General Election, the V&A’s latest exhibition examines the role of public institutions in contemporary life and what it means to be responsible for a national collection. The exhibition acts as a laboratory for public life and explores the role of design and architecture in defining civic identity, technology, security, citizenship, democracy, the public realm and urban experience. Entrance is free.

Source: TimeOut London


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