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Things to do in London this weekend with kids: 13-14 April

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Are you looking for some things to do in London this weekend with kids? We’ve rounded up a great list of ideas to bring a little zing to your weekend. Enjoy!

 

GOLD BUNNY HUNT

Follow the clues on the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt trail map to find the golden bunny statues hidden around the palace and gardens, whilst discovering some of Hampton Court’s famous characters from the past. Solve the challenges to win a chocolate reward.

When: daily until 22 April; Allow 1 hour 30 mins to complete trail
Where: Hampton Court Palace, Molesey, KT8 9AU
Cost: Included in admission price
Ages: 3-12 recommended
More info: website

 

PIRATE TRAINING

Check out what’s happening aboard the Golden Hinde and other Easter holiday break activities in our What’s on for Families on for Families over Easter guide.

 

VICTORIA 200! BACH TO BABY CONCERTS

This spring Bach to Baby is celebrate the 200th birthday of Queen Victoria. A series of concerts is being held in honour of Victoria, including two this weekend. In Highbury catch ‘Victoria’s Treasures’ featuring music by Brahms, Strauss and Her Majesty’s favourite, the magnificent Mendelssohn.
In Wimbledon there’s a ‘Palace Party’ where little ones can twirl with Tchaikovsky, bop with Brahms, and swing with Saint-Saëns.

When: 13 April, doors 10.30am starts 11am
Where: Islington: Christ Church, 155 Highbury Grove, N5 1SA / Wimbledon: Holy Trinity Church, 234 Broadway, SW19 1SB
Cost: £12 adults, children free
Ages: all
More info: website

 

Royal Institute

 

BRAVING THE ELEMENTS

To celebrate 150 years of the Periodic Table, join lecuturer Peter Wothers for an exciting and explosive journey through the elements. This demonstration filled lecture will show you the genius of Mendeleev’s discovery from Argon to Zinc.

When: 14 April; 2pm and 6pm. 15 April; 2pm.
Where: The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BS
Cost: Standard £16, Concession £10, Members and Patrons £7
Ages: 7+ recommended
More info: website

 

GIANT DUCK TRAIL

There are giant yellow ducks hiding amongst the reeds, trees and waterways of the wetland centre – can you find them all?  Follow special activity cards to find where these cheeky ducks are hiding and win a tasty prize, while learning all about the wetland wildlife that thrive here.

As well as the Giant Duck Hunt, there are other fun activities for the family to enjoy: Pond Dipping (all ages), Wild Play – Build a Giant Nest (age 2 yrs. +), Animal Track Detectives (Age 3+,  £1 per child)

When: Until 22 April
Where: WWT London, Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes, SW13 9WT
Cost: Trail £1 plus admission to wetlands
Ages: all
More info: website

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