Keep the whole family entertained by following our guide to the top 5 ways to celebrate Easter in the heart of the city!

Visit the Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure in Covent Garden

Just a stone’s throw away from Strand Palace is the popular Covent Garden. If you are staying with us over Easter make sure you grab some tickets to the fabulous Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure pop up! 
This immersive experience is a magical mix of live performances and puppetry which discovers the world of Beatrix Potter on a mission. Join her on the adventure and help search for secret notes, maps and other clues all around Covent Garden.
Visit the pop up at 10 Market Building and discover an Easter activity area, a Peter Rabbit themed café open daily from 10am – 5pm and a pop up shop selling iconic Peter Rabbit merchandise.

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Discover blooming flowers and unfurling green leaves at Kew Gardens

Kew Garden’s is known for its sea of botanicals and that’s why it’s the ideal place to see a whole host of beautiful spring flowers this Easter. 
Head West of Central London (just 45 minutes away from Strand Palace) and discover Spring classics such as Daffodils and Snowdrops or wander through the Bluebell woods. After you’ve enjoyed the floral displays of spring, head out to the Kew Gardens Café and restaurant or stay al fresco and enjoy your own picnic in the surroundings of the gardens. 

Visit Kew Gardens

Indulge in Covent Garden's best Chocolate 
Covent Garden is home to some of London’s most popular restaurants, shops and boutiques. It’s also home to some of London’s tastiest chocolate shops…perfect for an Easter treat. 
If you’re looking for top quality chocolate, Godiva Chocolate, Le Jeune Chocolatiers and Neuhaus are just a few of the must visit spots with fabulous easter collections! 

Discover Covent Garden Shops


See the Cherry Blossoms at Greenwich Park and St Paul's Cathedral

Head out to some of London’s best parks and see the beautiful Cherry Blossom trees in full bloom. In Japan, Cherry Blossom season is a major event where visitors from all around the world gather to see the petals in full bloom, so if you can’t head out to Japan this year, London has plenty of Blossom’s to make up for it!