There’s nothing better than a long weekend. With half term coinciding with the Easter break it’s the perfect time to enjoy the budding spring season and come and see what London has to offer.
With plenty of space for families in the two and three bedroom Clarendon apartments, it’s the ideal time to get out and about in the urban outdoors. London has plenty of attractions, many of which have free entry, that host special events over Easter to attract families.
The Natural History and the Science Museum are prized locations, especially for families during the school holidays. It sounds like an old adage but there really is plenty to see and do, as well as explore. Best of all it’s free to enter.
The London Transport Museum in Covent Garden is a popular attraction. The new family gallery and activity area where there are plenty of hands on games to try. Children can play with their own buses and trains and be in complete control of them all – perhaps that’s the answer to London’s transport infrastructure!
For Lego lovers over at Spitalfields, the Art of the Brick Exhibition is proving to have the wow factor for both young and old art lovers. With some incredible sculptures the show reflects on the power and creativity of Lego. And no one is ever too old for Lego!
Disney fans will already have their cinema trip booked to go and see the latest version of Cinderella on the big screen. You can extend the fun by stopping off at the Cinderella Exhibition at Leicester Square. Free to enter the exhibition is interactive and explores how the film was made, the props, artwork and special effects. A great way to make the movie come to life.
Lastly it wouldn’t be Easter without an Easter Egg Hunt. Battersea Park Zoo is holding its fantastic Easter Egg Challenge where children have to use clues to discover delicious chocolate eggs. Some might be hiding among the animals, others in more secluded spots.
Have a Happy Easter!