Easter Treats and Activities

If you’re on the hunt for things to do this Easter, there is a basket-load of sweet treats and activities we would love to recommend. Join in on a bunny hunt, indulge (post-Lent) with some rich chocolate, and spend quality time with family and friends.

1- Easter Chocolate

Get the family or friends together, for a private chocolate tasting at Artisan du Chocolat! Chocolate is definitely the right indulgence for Easter. This chocolate tasting experience is led by one of Artisan du Chocolat’s experts, who will teach you about the tasting profiles of 12 varieties of chocolate. Adults will enjoy a Prosecco to pair.

2- Bunny Hunt

Join in on the first ever Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt around the historic home and gardens of Henry VIII, at Hampton Court Palace. Put your best rabbit’s foot forward and search for all of the hidden Bunnies. Once you’ve found them all, you’ll receive a delicious Lindt chocolate prize. Besides participating in the Bunny Hunt, adults and kids alike can explore the Magic Garden and navigate through the maze. After the thrill of the hunt, you may even want to swing over to Richmond to enjoy a rewarding meal at The Glasshouse.

3- Afternoon Tea

Put on your Easter best (maybe even that new bonnet!) and head to the fashionable Mandarin Oriental for afternoon tea. The enticing menu was created by a dedicated Tea Master, and includes bespoke blends from the finest teas around the world, served up with perfectly matched delicacies. You’ll feel ever so chic in the Mandarin Oriental’s lovely Rosebery Lounge.

4- Movie and Brunch

Relax this Easter weekend, with a decadent meal and a movie. Start with bottomless Bellini brunch at award-winning M Victoria, enjoying dishes such as Quinoa Porridge with Coconut, Bananas, and Hazelnuts, and Fried Chicken & Waffles. After a filling meal, kick back in the private screening room, taking in of a film or sporting event of your choice.

5- Get Out of Town

Consider spending Easter weekend enjoying the great outdoors in beautiful Bath! The city of Bath is not only perfect for long strolls, but also makes for some amazing cycling. Boasting Britain’s longest cycling tunnel, with an interactive light and sound installation, the Two Tunnels Greenway is a scenic 13 mile circular route. Explore Bath by bike, and in the evening tuck into a great pub before retiring to Grays Boutique B&B.

And if you’re staying in…

with your favourite Easter foods this weekend, you will want to know how to best pair them with wine!

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