If you're stuck on what to do this Easter half term, then look no further as we've got a perfect idea. 

With a round-up of all the Easter Egg hunts taking place across London during the school break. 

The round-up of the best Easter Egg hunts was created by Barratt's London and doesn't disappoint.  

From palaces to zoos there are loads of great hunts that you can take part in whilst you explore the exciting attractions. 

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London Easter Egg Hunts:

Dear Zoo

When: 2 – 18 April 2022

Where: Outer Cir, London NW1 4RY

Step inside the much-loved classic storybook ‘Dear Zoo’ by Rod Campbell and embark on an interactive activity trail. 

With lively story-time sessions and the chance to learn all about the fantastic animals, the zoo has to offer.

Entry to the ‘Dear Zoo’ exhibition is included in the price of a zoo ticket.

The Lindt gold bunny hunt at Hampton Court Palace

Where: Hampton Ct Way, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU

When: 2- 18 April 2022

Explore the palace gardens and hunt down the Lindt gold bunny statues hiding there.

Along the way, children will learn about the fascinating people who lived and worked at Hampton Court Palace.

With each bunny found, a new tale will be revealed. At the end of the trail, children can collect a Lindt gold bunny reward.

Lost and found at the London Transport Museum

When: 2 – 18 April 2022

Where:  The Piazza, London WC2E 7BB

This Easter, visitors will be able to follow a trail around the museum to discover lost items from London’s tubes, trains, and buses.

On selected dates, children’s authors Emily Rand and Kate Wilkinson will be at the museum reading from their books inspired by the lost items.

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Yoshi’s Easter egg hunt at Kidzania

When: 2-18 April 2022

Where: Westfield London Shopping Centre Ariel Way, London W12 7GA

Nintendo has teamed up with Kidzania in London to celebrate the launch of Yoshi’s crafted world on Nintendo Switch by putting on an exclusive Easter egg hunt during the school holidays.

Prizes can be won by those who complete the hunt. Tickets are £27 per child and £16 per adult.

Dino Kingdom at Gunnersbury Park

When: April 1st– April 18th

Where: Gunnersbury Park, Popes Ln, London W3 8LQ

Dino Kingdom brings you roaring and moving dinosaurs with state-of-the-art 3D and AR technology that you can get up close to!

With fairground rides, food stalls, and plenty of family fun, this is not one to be missed this Easter.

Child tickets (ages 3-15) cost £12 off-peak and £15 at peak, plus Children under three years old go free. 

The Very hungry caterpillar trail at Kew Gardens

When: 2-18 April 2022

Where: Kew, Richmond, London, TW9 3AE

Based on the much-loved story by Eric Carle, ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’, take part in a beautiful trail through Kew Gardens this Easter.

Make your way through sculptures whilst learning fascinating facts about nature and plants.

The Easter Trail is included in the admission price to Kew Gardens and will run all day.